Good evening, I am 40 years old, I have had a 5-year Spiral slma, then I put it in 2 months, menstruating / coming 2 times a month, the installation is correct and Positionx is also correct, except when there is a close contact in the vagina. Is that dangerous, my body weight has also decreased, … ask for a solution
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First of all, try to explain in advance, exactly when these two periods occur, do they both occur like your usual menstruation (number of days, amount of bleeding the same)?
Basically, normal menstruation can be between 21-35 days. If you have a short gap between menstrual cycles (21 days for example), then in 1 month you can indeed experience menstruation up to 2 times (for example you menstruate on January 1, then you can menstruate again on January 22) and this has not certainly an abnormal condition. Even if your menstruation progresses (the distance is shorter than usual), as long as it is still in the normal range, then there is nothing you need to worry about.
Another important thing for you to consider is whether the bleeding is really menstruating or not. If bleeding comes out only a little or only in the form of spots only, it only happens 1-2 days, then there is still a possibility that you experience is not menstruation but other bleeding from the vagina. Bleeding from the vagina outside the menstrual cycle can be various causes, for example bleeding after sexual intercourse, reproductive tract infections, polyps in the vagina or cervix, side effects of certain drugs (including hormonal contraception), use of IUD (spiral KB also can sometimes cause conditions this), tumors / cancers of the reproductive tract, and so on.
If bleeding like the one mentioned above only happens once and the bleeding that comes out isn't too much, then there's really nothing to worry about. If the bleeding occurs repeatedly, the blood does not stop by itself, the discharge is also so much that you have to replace the pads every 1-2 hours, then you should immediately consult your obstetrician for further evaluation.
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