Menstrual Blood Is Black For 6 Days?
Mlm, I want to ask, it’s been 6 days I have black blood, if I want the menstrual ending, but sometimes it doesn’t come out sometimes, what is menstrual blood or not …? R nPlease answer r nThank you
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Menstrual blood is generally bright red or dark red. However, even menstrual blood that is black in color is not necessarily a disorder. This condition can normally occur due to menstrual blood that does not come out immediately so it clots and tends to be darker in color. As long as this condition is not accompanied by irregular menstrual cycles (less than 21 days or more than 35 days), prolonged menstrual duration (more than 2 weeks), excessive menstrual bleeding, or very severe menstrual pain, it is likely that the condition You experience it is not dangerous and does not require special handling.
However, if you have experienced complaints like this often, or appear accompanied by other complaints as mentioned above, then you need to be aware of the possibility of a disease, for example:
Injury to the reproductive organs, for example due to irritation during sexual intercourse Miscarriage (ending of pregnancy before 20 weeks of age or when the fetus weighs less than 500 grams) Endometriosis (endometrial tissue that grows abnormally outside the uterus) Pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the cervix, uterus, tubes Fallopies and ovaries) Myomas (benign tumors of the uterine muscle) Cervical cancer (malignant tumors of the cervix) Vaginal fistulas (abnormal tubes that connect the vagina to other organs, such as the rectum or anus), etc. If this is what you experience, you can go directly to a gynecologist to examine the possible causes of your complaint through an ultrasound examination. What kind of treatment will be given depends on the diagnosis made by the doctor.
In the meantime, all you need to do is:
Take care of your food and drink, drink lots of water and eat foods rich in antioxidants, for example fruit, vegetables, whole grains. Limit consumption of instant and preservative foods Exercise every 2 days, for example jogging, cycling, swimming Don't smoke Keep your ideal body weight Rest simply Avoid taking drugs carelessly without a doctor's advice (especially anti-pain drugs, anti-inflammatory drugs) Hopefully this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah