Menstrual Distance Is Not As Usual?
Hello. My menstrual interval is usually 25-60 days, and it’s not routine and erratic. For example, sometimes my menses are 25 days, the next period is 60 days, the next period is 37 days. But it never passes from 60 days to the next menstruation. However, now I have passed 92 days and have not yet menstruated and there are no signs of menstruation. In the span of 92 days I experienced 2x brown spots, besides that there were no other suspicious symptoms. Is it still normal? For information I am not married and have never been in contact.
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Menstruation is the discharge of blood from the female genitals due to the thickening of the uterine lining. Menstruation occurs in cycles generally within 28 days. But the normal menstrual range is between 21-35 days. Menstrual duration generally ranges between 2-7 days. When menstruation occurs, generally will experience pain such as abdominal cramps accompanied by bleeding from the female genitals (can be in the form of dripping blood or blood clots).
Abnormalities in the menstrual cycle and bleeding can occur in women. There are several abnormalities in menstruation that occur, including:
Menstrual cycles that are too short so that frequent menstruation occurs, are called polimenorrhea. Menstrual cycles that are too long so that menstruation rarely occurs, is called oligomenorrhea. Bleeding between two menstrual cycles, is called metrorrhagia. Excessive pain during menstruation, referred to as dysmenorrhea. The condition does not experience menstruation at all, referred to as amenorrhea. It is important to identify the menstrual abnormality you are experiencing, as well as the history, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as blood tests and imaging such as ultrasound or X-ray if there are indications for the examination. The optimal treatment can be determined after finding the underlying cause of the complaint you are experiencing. At this time, it is advisable to consult an obstetrician regarding further examination and management because of disturbed menstrual patterns.
It is recommended not to take self-medication without doctor's instructions, not to do activities that are too heavy, to regulate a good and balanced diet, adequate rest, avoid excessive psychological pressure / stress, and to observe periodic menstruation by noting your menstrual patterns.
Hopefully this information can help you,