Menstrual Pain Before Menopause Is Normal?
Good morning. Want to ask … My mother is 50 years old. 2 months ago my mother did not menstruate. But yesterday my mother felt pain like when menstruation but the pain was stronger and bleeding came out like menstruation. Is that normal?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menopause is the end of the menstrual cycle. At the time of menopause, the ovaries or ovaries no longer release eggs and women can no longer get pregnant. This is a normal condition for every woman along with the aging process. But of course, there is an age range where this condition is called normal. This condition is still said to be normal if it occurs at around 50 years of age. If it occurs before the age of 40 years, the condition is said to be early menopause and is an abnormal condition.
Symptoms that appear in the period before menopause, menopause and after menopause vary, and each woman can experience it with different symptoms. Some experience it with a variety of severe symptoms, and some do not feel anything at all, just in the form of termination of menstruation.
Among the symptoms that may arise are:
Changes in the menstrual cycle, become irregular like a month can be twice, or even once every two months Sensation of heat, sweating and heart palpitations Volume of bleeding that becomes very little or even excessive Sweating at night Sleep disturbance Difficult to concentrate Emotions unstable vaginal dryness Headache Thinning hair Dry skin Vulnerable to urinary tract infections Weight gain Frequent urination
So that your mother's condition, in fact the condition that he experienced could be normally faced by menopausal women. As for your mother who is bleeding after two months of no menstruation, it could be because actually she has not yet experienced menopause, but is experiencing irregular menstrual periods before menopause. This is actually not dangerous and will pass over time without special treatment, but if the pain is very unbearable complaints, you should take your mother to see her to the obstetrician for examination and rule out other possible disorders.
Meanwhile, to reduce complaints, what your mother can do is get enough rest, avoid stress, compress the painful part with a warm compress, stay away from cigarette smoke, and take over-the-counter pain medication by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.