Menstruation Late With Abdominal Pain And Brown Spots?
Hello, I want to ask last April I started taking birth control pills on April 17th, then I menstruated on April 21th after a long month on this 21st yesterday until now I haven’t menstruated yet, but I felt a constipation in my stomach like I was about to menstruate and also for 4 days I missed my period and sometimes brownish mucus came out, why is this?
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Need to be clarified, what type of birth control pill do you take? Before taking it, have you consulted a doctor about the correct way to use it?
Birth control pills contain synthetic hormones (can be the hormones estrogen and progesterone, can the hormone progesterone only) that work to prevent pregnancy by modifying the production of reproductive hormones in the body. Due to the way this works, it is not uncommon, indeed people who take birth control pills will be disturbed by their menstrual patterns. Often this condition is not dangerous. Abdominal pain, constipation, and brownish mucus from your genitals can also be the impact of this hormonal change. This condition can also indicate that your period will soon arrive soon. If there are no other complications, this condition will usually improve by itself without the need for special treatment.
Ideally, users of birth control pills must first consult a doctor or obstetrician to be evaluated, is it right for him to take birth control pills or not. With a direct examination by a doctor, you can also be shown how to take birth control pills that bear so that their effectiveness is maintained. If you have never seen a doctor, we suggest, now is the time. Through a thorough examination, the possibility of diseases that cause menstruation and abnormal vaginal discharge and abdominal pain, such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, myoma, pregnancy disorders (such as miscarriages), etc., can certainly be detected and treated earlier.
For now, it's better if you live first:
Compress abdominal pain with warm water Keep your intimate area so that it is always clean, not humid Do not carelessly use scented soap or pantyliner Eat regularly, especially food that is easily digested Adequate and regular rest Don't stress and excessive physical activity Diligently exercising Hopefully it helps yes. .