Menstruation Is Not Smooth And A Little And Flat Breasts?
Permission to ask doctor. R nI am currently 21 years old. I am currently also undergoing my final semester in college. Many things to think about, but eat regularly even if not much, eat fruits and vegetables too. R n r nBut surprisingly, my periods are irregular every month. I also never want to gain weight again, at 42kg at the highest. R n r nUsually, I have a lot of menstrual blood on the first to the last day. But lately, the blood on the first day of my period is like the last day of my period, which is only black excrement. And the blood that comes out is not as normal as usual anymore. My breasts also started to shrink, even though I said they were young. R n r nIs this normal? I was just a little sad when I came home, the body of my brother, who is 4 years different from me, is much taller and bigger than me. R nWhat could these signs be that I have a disease that I did not realize? R nAnd what can I do do it so that my menstruation is smooth and I can gain weight again? r n r nPlease respond .. r nThank you ..
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Irregular menstruation can occur due to various things, such as:
Stress, anxiety, lots of thoughts Too much activity, fatigue Lack of sleep, a lot of pressure Lack of weight or excess Being on a diet Too extreme exercise Weight rise and fall too drastically Pregnant Take hormonal contraceptives Thyroid hormone disorders Female organ disorders such as ovarian cysts
So in your case, from the description you mentioned in the question, it is likely that the influence of your thoughts plays a role in your menstrual irregularity. Lack of weight can also affect menstruation, but lots of thoughts can also lead to weight loss. Therefore, it seems that your condition is dominated by your recent activities which drain your physical and mental energy. For breasts, the size of the breasts is also influenced by the level of fat behind the skin. So again, because you lose weight, this could be what makes your breasts smaller.
Therefore, our advice is to try to improve your lifestyle by avoiding stress as much as possible. Or if it's hard for you, at least manage your stress. Share the times of the day where you are allowed to be stressed, but the stress is productive and produces something, not just stress worrying about something but not acting. And there is also time to relax, and this is a time where you are really stressed for nothing because you can't do anything, for example at night when you are going to sleep. During this time, ignore all the stress and enjoy your time.
By managing stress properly, it is hoped that your period will return to normal, and you will have more appetite so that you gain weight back. Keep in mind that stress can burn calories, so if your stress is gone, you can gain weight quickly. However, if after making changes to your lifestyle your complaints persist, check with your gynecologist to see if you have any abnormalities. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa