Menstruation For More Than One Week.?
Hello, I want to ask, I’m 19 years old. I started menstruation on April 2, 2019 yesterday, April 9, it stopped, but 2 days later I started menstruating again, but it was brown, not blood. Is that normal?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menstruation is a normal clinical condition in women characterized by the release of blood mixed with tissue that comes out of the vagina for 3-7 days and will recur in the next 21-35 days.
Blood that comes out, will generally be bright red at first and can get darker near the end of menstruation, because the blood that comes out is blood that has long been in the womb, so the color is no longer bright. In your case, from what you have said the condition can still be said to be normal, and you need not worry.
Conditions that you need to look at are if the bleeding doesn't stop, followed by unbearable pain, irregular menstruation, unusual vaginal discharge, accompanied by itching, and other symptoms that are very disturbing to daily life. If this happens, then we recommend that you immediately check your condition with your obstetrician to do a history, physical examination and support if necessary to be able to detect whether there are indeed certain abnormalities such as infection or inflammation and the best treatment.
Meanwhile, back again rinse actually there are no further complaints other than the release of brown menstrual blood at that time, there is nothing you need to worry about and you simply maintain a healthy lifestyle by eating foods rich in nutrients, low in fat, regular exercise, avoid stress, smoke cigarettes, maintain ideal body weight, and get enough rest. So, hopefully answering your question.