Menstrual Cycle Disorders After Marriage?
after marriage my menstruation 2 times a month. has lasted up to 7 months. Then I took control to the spog doctor. The ultrasound of my uterus was good, the doctor said the effect of hormones. So I was given birth control pills to stabilize my hormones. As long as I take my menstrual pills, I still haven’t changed. It’s been 3 days I came out pink spots. No smell. Even though one week ago I just finished my period. Help with the solution?
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The normal menstrual cycle is every 21-35 days. Outside of these cycles, there may be menstrual cycle disorders.
Disorders of your shortened menstrual cycle (more frequent periods) can be caused by:
Stress: this condition can trigger hormonal imbalances, which can have an impact on menstrual disorders. If the stressor is gone, menstruation is likely to return to regularity as the hormonal conditions in the body improve.
Physical fatigue: just like stress, physical fatigue can also cause hormonal imbalance
Unsuitable nutrition, for example eating too much food containing high estrogen (chicken, soybeans) or vice versa, namely excessive diet
Diseases in the uterus that cause bleeding, for example pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine wall tumors, vaginal tumors, cervical cancer. In this condition, the bleeding that occurs may be mistaken for menstruation
Grape pregnancy (hydatid mole): one of the symptoms is bleeding from the birth canal, after excessive vomiting and a rapidly expanding uterus.
Perimenopause is a condition before menopause that occurs in the 40-50s. In this condition, you can find the menstrual cycle that is shortened or lengthened. Usually accompanied by a body feeling hot, mood changes, pain during sexual intercourse, etc.
If you have been examined, continue treatment according to the doctor's orders. For the birth control pills given, have you taken them according to the duration of treatment your doctor ordered? If not, you can continue to take the drug because you may not see the effect if it's been used for a while. Or you can discuss again with your doctor about the length of time using the birth control pill until you see the effect.
Things you can do to treat menstrual disorders are:
Good stress management by relaxing and doing hobbies that you enjoy doing
Regular exercise 3-5 times a week. Exercise can help reduce stress by producing endorphine hormones and can support good blood circulation
Eat regular nutritious foods and adequate calories according to your body's needs. Avoid diets that are too strict, or diets that contain too much estrogen (xenoesterogen) hormones as this can cause hormonal imbalances
Get enough fluids by consuming about 2 liters of water per day
Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours per day.
That is the explanation from me. May be useful. Get well soon for you :)
dr. Princess Claudya