Menstruation For Up To 24 Days And Normal Laboratory Results?
Morning, I want to ask. I menstruate usually only 8-10 days. But this is my first time up to 24 days, and this is also not finished, still often browning out. I just got married about 5 months ago. But everything is normal, I have also been tested for blood and the bottom too and everything is normal. I have been given the medicine for dicynon, and I have finished it. He said two days would stop, but until now still out of brown. Just yesterday I checked out the second time the doctor suggested a little “do you want to be curetted?” But I didn’t want to. This kind of thing is a natural thing because of hormonal factors or does it have to be special handling like curated? Thank you
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Normally, menstruation does not occur for more than 8 days. If your periods occur continuously for more than 2 weeks, then this condition can be classified as menorrhagia. The causes of this condition can be many, ranging from mild, to dangerous. Determination of appropriate handling of these conditions must of course be adjusted to the cause. Therefore, it is actually the doctor or obstetrician who examines you directly who knows best.
Here are some conditions that often cause menorrhagia:
Unhealthy lifestyle Drastic decrease or increase in body weight Impaired hormonal balance, can be influenced by the use of hormonal contraception, thyroid gland disorders, pituitary gland disorders Blood clotting disorders, for example due to hemophilia, blood cancer, vitamin K deficiency Certain diseases of the reproductive organs, for example endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, myoma, uterine cancer, ovarian cysts, cervicitis and so on. Normal ultrasound results do not necessarily mean that you are free from the risk of other diseases as mentioned above. If after taking a drug to stop bleeding (for example Dicynone containing etamsylate) your period still hasn't stopped, you should check with your doctor or obstetrician. Not only ultrasound, other additional tests, such as HSG, biopsy, or MRI may also be done by a doctor. That way, the doctor can give you the best management.
In the case of a lot of bleeding and prolonged, doctors can recommend to do a curette. With curettage, in addition to dealing with excessive menstrual bleeding, diagnosis can also be done, namely by examining microscopic tissue samples in the uterus, so that the cause of your complaint can be identified and treated optimally. However, again, the best management of each case of menorrhagia can be different depending on the condition of the patient. Therefore, it is more appropriate if you consult directly with your obstetrician. Or, if in doubt, you can also seek a second opinion by going back to another obstetrician. It could also, in addition to drug administration and curettage, prolonged menstruation is treated with other surgical procedures, such as endometrial ablation, hysterectomy, and so on.
In the meantime, for menstruation to stop, you can first do the following steps:
Limit exhausting activities, rest more Do not have sex if there is still a lot of blood from your birth canal Clean your genitals always, including by not having unhealthy sexual intercourse Expand to eat foods rich in vitamin K Live a healthy lifestyle May help yes. .