Menstruation Exceeds The Limit Of The Day?
hello, I have a problem with menstruation … it’s been 11 days my period but it’s not normal .. on days 1-4 it’s normal like normal menstruation and on day 4 it’s almost clean .. on day 5 I got bleeding from the afternoon until nightfall it kept coming out and there was a huge blood clot … on the 10th day the blood came out but it wasn’t as fresh as brown and not much too … and on this 11th day at noon I came back like bleeding and came out a blood clot but this is blood fresh, not dead or black .. really fresh red color .. after that lg brown spots came out .. and for a few days on top of my vagina (is that the uterus?) feels pain like pressure .. what’s wrong with my period?
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Need to clarify beforehand, have you had sexual relations? Are you currently using contraception? Are there any medicines that you are currently taking? Do you have a history of any diseases? So, what about your previous menstrual patterns?
Judging from the information you conveyed, these menstrual pattern disorders can be caused by the following conditions:
Pregnancy disorders, for example: Miscarriage (termination of pregnancy under 20 weeks or when the fetus weighs less than 500 grams) Grape pregnancy (no development of a fetus in utero but small cysts that resemble grapes) Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus Pelvic inflammatory disease (inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries) Malignancy, for example cervical cancer, uterine cancer myoma (benign uterine muscle tumor) uterine polyps (benign uterine mucosal tumor) Side effects spiral contraception (IUD) Drug side effects, for example aspirin, NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) Impaired hormonal balance, for example due to thyroid gland disorders, side effects of using hormonal contraceptives, etc. If you have experienced this menstrual pattern several times before, you should not let it drag on. Go directly to a gynecologist. Through a thorough physical examination, assisted by supporting examinations, such as ultrasound, blood tests, or pap smears, doctors generally can do the best treatment, for example by administering hormonal drugs, supplements, or medical treatment. other.
Meanwhile, always do a healthy lifestyle, starting from limiting activities that are too tiring, regular exercise, keeping your intimate organs clean, eating more foods rich in antioxidants, staying away from cigarettes and alcohol, staying away from stress, and maintaining your ideal body weight. Do not forget, first limit sexual relations as long as there is still significant bleeding from your birth canal.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah