Menstrual Blood Is Just A Clot?
I menstruated on Wednesday 5 June until now … It’s been almost 2 weeks … but from 5 June to 9 June my period was just a little blood clot (in a row) of blood … was it counted … I had my period counted from the 5th or 9th? If counted from the 5th, then I won’t have my period on June 19, huh? But disease?
Menstruation / menstruation itself is a condition in which the walls of the uterus that have thickened for preparations for the process of pregnancy to be decayed (detached) because the egg was apparently not fertilized. The amount of blood that appears during the uterine lining can vary. It can be a lot but it can be a little so that it is only in the form of gumplana or spots / spots.
Under normal conditions a woman can experience menstruation for 3-7 days, but if a woman experiences a change in her menstrual cycle for the first time so that outside of these normal conditions it is expected that she does not immediately worry or worry excessively, due to factors such as fatigue, stressful thoughts, and nutrition / food intake factors (due to extreme diets or being on hormone therapy or certain drugs) can cause menstrual cycles to change. However, if this condition has occurred repeatedly and / or accompanied by complaints such as abdominal pain, the amount of menstrual blood is very large, weak, looks pale and there are complaints in the vaginal area (itching, burning, feeling hot, etc.) then it is desirable to check immediately go to the obstetrician so that further treatment can be done.
There are also conditions where brown spots or blood spots appear around the end or the middle of the menstrual cycle, this situation is generally harmless and can still be considered reasonable. There are various causes of this condition such as stress in mind, pregnancy, near menopause, contraception (KB), or being infected with female organs.
If this is your first time and there are no suspicious symptoms as mentioned above, then Nasywa does not need to panic, but continue to monitor your menstrual conditions whether returning again in the next menstrual period or even accompanied by suspicious symptoms. During the monitoring process Nasywa is expected to manage stress appropriately, try to get adequate rest, consume balanced nutritious food, and be expected not to consume drugs without any prior doctor's consideration. If the condition continues to recur, Nasywa is expected to see a doctor directly so that further health evaluation can be done to determine the appropriate treatment for your health condition.
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