Menstruation Is Very Heavy With Abdominal Pain. Is It A Sign Of Menopause?
Hello sister Emilia,
Disorders of the late menstrual cycle can be caused by several possibilities such as: Hormonal disorders such as in patients with thyroid, ovarian cysts, or obesity. Tiredness or stress of mind. Possible pregnancy. Signs of perimenopause.
Impaired fertility or repeated miscarriages may be caused by several factors, such as: Infectious diseases, such as a vaginal discharge that is colored, thick, smells and makes itchy sores. Disorders of the placenta or cell division. Hormonal disorders of the body such as obesity or polycystic ovarian cysts. Or disease disorders in the body such as blood disorders, diabetes.
Menopause is the cessation of a woman's menstrual cycle generally occurs around 50 years and over. If you are still menstruating, it means you are not going through menopause. However, at the age of over 35 years or above 40 years, women can enter the perimenopause period which is characterized by menstrual cycle disorders, difficulty sleeping, mood and feelings disorders such as being more sensitive, emotional, and decreased sexual arousal.
It is recommended to have your condition checked by an obstetrician, the doctor will check the state of the body's functions and reproductive organs such as blood hematology, blood sugar, blood fat, blood viscosity checks, TORCH examinations, ultrasound examinations, and examination of sperm conditions. Consult a menstrual cycle disorder to the doctor if you experience a missed period of more than 3 months. The possibility of pregnancy is still there even though the risk is high considering the current age, so it requires careful planning with the maternal doctor.
Tips that can be suggested such as implementing a healthy lifestyle such as eating nutritious foods that are low in fat and calories, eating lots of vegetables and fruit, consuming healthy protein such as fish, fat-free meat. Lose weight with a healthy diet, exercise if necessary, consult a nutritionist. Avoid fatigue, and stay up late. Get enough rest and avoid stress.
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