Menstruation Is Only 3 Days A Month And Blood Is Black And Greenish?
Good night, how come if my period doesn’t last long, sometimes just for 3 days only does menstruation, why? And my period sometimes has black color, if I change the color from green in the morning, I have green. Why is that?
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Having menstrual complaints lasting 3 days on your every day, and having menstrual blood colored in the pads you replace in the afternoon, the complaints you feel are teaching and within normal limits. Menstruation is a female hormonal cycle experienced by every woman in which menstrual blood is the result of the entire uterine lining due to the influence of your hormonal system regulation. Under normal conditions, menstrual blood can come out about 2-7 days each cycle, reddish to black is a natural condition experienced. The duration of menstrual cycles can range from 21 to 35 days, varying for each individual. As long as there are no accompanying complaints and complaints that interfere during menstruation, then this condition is a normal form.
Menstrual complaints that often accompany and still within reasonable limits can be, abdominal pain, abdominal cramps, spots before or after menstruation, complaints before or after menstruation, not replacing pads more than 2 seeds a day shows the amount of menstrual blood is still reasonable. Therefore, if your menstrual blood is black, this indicates that older menstrual blood is dark in color. This can cause the color of blood to turn green when you replace the pads in the afternoon. Therefore, you can replace the pads more often so that your menstrual blood does not look green on your skin. You can replace the pads after menstrual blood is out, even though menstrual blood is not in a lot of times, you can still replace it for your personal comfort.
However, if you still feel worried or this complaint is bothering you, then you can consult directly with your obstetrician regarding the complaint you are feeling. The doctor will conduct an interview related to this complaint, then the doctor can plan a physical examination and supporting examinations that are needed, such as blood tests, ultrasound examination or internal examination (especially for patients who are married). Thus, the doctor can consider several medical conditions that trigger this complaint, whether this condition is a normal thing, or because of certain medical problems, such as hormonal balance disorders, stress, thyroid disorders, infections or inflammation in the area of womanhood. Care and treatment will be provided if the doctor confirms that a medical problem has been found.
For now, to make your menstrual cycle more comfortable, you can work on a few things:
1. Convince yourself that all of these complaints are natural, until the obstetrician ensures that there is an underlying medical problem
2. Avoid stress especially during menstruation
3. Avoid physical fatigue, especially explaining menstruation
4. Idealize your weight
5. Avoid going to bed late, especially during menstruation
6. Inadequate healthy and nutritious food
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