Menstruation Is A Bit Slight And Lasts A Long Time?
Good afternoon. I want to ask, I haven’t had my menstruation for 6 months. Today there is, tomorrow there isn’t. Sometimes up to 8 days after menstruation again. Then menstruation is few and long. Klau after intercourse out of blood like menstruation. But I don’t feel sick. Why is that? Please answer, ny. Thank you.
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Bleeding that you experience can be caused by irregular menstrual cycles or due to an abnormality in the reproductive organs.
Menstruation is a period of decay of the uterine lining that occurs periodically. The decay is triggered by the influence of the hormones estrogen and progesterone which regulate the female reproductive system. Keep in mind that a woman's menstruation is closely related to reproductive hormone fluctuations. So that menstrual problems are often related to regulation / hormonal imbalance. Besides the production of reproductive hormones associated with several factors including levels of stress / psychological, fatigue / activities that are usually done, nutrition consumed, environmental influences and the body's own health conditions.
Menstrual cycles normally occur in the range of 25 - 35 days, with a duration that varies between 3-7 days and even up to 14 days.
Other causes of bleeding outside menstruation such as endometriosis, ovarian / endometrial cysts, use of hormonal contraception, polycystic ovarian cysts, vaginal trauma, laceration / tear of the vaginal wall after intercourse, infection of the vaginal canal, cervical cancer, etc.
If you have experienced irregular menstrual cycle changes in more than 3 months, I recommend consulting and consulting directly to a gynecologist to find out the exact cause. Investigations such as pap smears and with ultrasound can assess the condition of the reproductive organs and determine the possible causes and abnormalities that exist.
Post-sexual bleeding often results from laceration / injury to the vaginal wall or cervix due to penile penetration. Lack of vaginal fluid can trigger the onset of post-related bleeding. This is quite natural, does not harm the body and often does not require any treatment. But other possibilities such as vaginal tract infections, inflammation around the cervix, cervical cancer etc. can also be one of the factors causing post-sexual bleeding.
To help reduce complaints and prevent complaints from reappearing, here are things you can do:
Use a pantyliner and evaluate how much bleeding is coming out
Get enough rest
Avoid stress and fatigue
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol consumption
Maintain cleanliness of the genital area both yourself and your partner
Inadequate water needs
So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps