Menstruation Only 2-3 Months And Comes Out Only A Little?
At noon, I want to ask r nI have my period only once every 2/3 months, usually it runs smoothly every month, then if I have a period of 2/3 days at most r n is there a drug that can facilitate menstruation
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Need to clarify, what are your current activities? How old are you? Are you currently taking any medications? What about your weight and height? Is there a history of certain diseases that you suffered from before?
Normally, a woman will have a period every 21 to 35 days with a duration that varies from 2 to 8 days. As for menstrual cycles that are lengthened, so that menstruation comes less frequently, can be caused by mild conditions, for example when you are tired due to a lot of activity, are undergoing a certain diet, exercising too hard, or also because of the side effects of taking drugs (such as a type of pill Birth control or anti-bleeding drugs).
However, it could be that you have experienced this abnormal menstrual pattern for a long time (more than 3 months earlier), so it would be much better if you checked yourself directly to an obstetrician. It is feared that your condition occurs due to a disease, for example:
Ovarian cyst, which is the formation of a fluid-filled sac in the ovary. This condition occurs due to interference with the maturation process of the egg so that it fails to ovulate, but instead it fills with fluid to form a cyst. This condition often makes the sufferer experience lower abdominal pain (right or left) and abnormal menstrual bleeding (gradually or even prolonged).
A pituitary gland tumor, which is a gland in the brain that is responsible for producing hormones, one of which regulates the secretion of reproductive hormones. These tumors can cause systemic impacts, including irregular menstrual cycles.
Thyroid gland disorder, which is a gland located in the front of the neck. Disorders of these glands, either hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, can make menstrual cycles irregular.
With a thorough physical examination coupled with supporting tests, for example blood tests and ultrasound, a general doctor can identify the possibility of a dangerous condition. Furthermore, the doctor will handle the treatment according to the cause of your complaint.
In the meantime, you should focus on doing a healthy lifestyle so that menstruation runs more regularly, namely by taking more regular breaks, eating healthy and nutritionally balanced foods, staying away from preservative foods and instant foods, reducing consumption of foods containing trans fats and high saturated fats. , maintain ideal body weight, and exercise regularly. Do not forget, also control your emotions so that the balance of reproductive hormones can be maintained.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah