Menstruation 2 Times A Month Is It Reasonable?
HealthReplies.com I ask, last month I menstruated 2 times, but this month has not menstruated, is there a delay or what? And the situation is reasonable or not?
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Menstruation is the discharge of blood from the female genitals due to the decay of the thickened uterine wall. Menstruation can occur in cycles, generally the duration of the menstrual cycle occurs within 28 days, but has a normal range of 21-35 days. The duration of menstruation itself occurs for 2-7 days.
Some menstrual disorders that you can experience include:
Menstrual cycle conditions are too short, less than 21 days, so frequent menstruation (polimenorrhea).
Menstrual cycle conditions are too long, more than 35 days, so that menstruation rarely occurs (oligomenorrhea).
The condition of bleeding in excessive menstruation (menorrhagia).
Painful conditions during excessive menstruation (dysmenorrhea).
Not having menstruation even though not in a condition of pregnancy.
Abnormalities in different periods need to be explored further about the causes that are most likely to underlie the condition of your menstrual abnormalities. It is advisable to consult an obstetrician regarding your condition for anamnesis, a thorough physical examination, and supporting examinations such as ultrasonography, blood tests if an indication is found. Abnormalities in menstruation can occur due to abnormalities in the structure or function of the female reproductive organs, or abnormalities in the body or parts of the brain to regulate hormonal conditions that occur in the menstrual process.
It is recommended not to take self-medication without doctor's instructions, to have adequate diet, activity and rest, not to do activities that are too heavy, to avoid triggering the occurrence of severe psychological pressure on you.
Hopefully this information can help you,