Menstruation Only Bleeds A Little?

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The question is why for 8 months I have not had my period but I have thick thick blood a little only for 2 days, but after I have left it for 1 week, why does it come out again every week? I’m waiting for the answer

1 Answer:

Good afternoon Lisda, thank you for your question.

Menstruation is a natural cycle that occurs in a woman's body. Menstruation occurs due to the shedding of the lining of the uterus and the egg which then flows out of the body and mixes with the blood. Where this cycle will generally appear every 4 weeks (28 days) from the first day of menstruation until the first day of the next menstruation. Each person's menstrual period is different - different from the normal range of 21-35 days.

Some menstrual disorders are:

-      Menorrhagia is excessive blood volume during menstruation

-      Polymenorrhea is menstruation that is earlier than it should be

-     Amenorrhea where there is cessation of menstruation

-       Dysmenorrhea i.e. pain during menstruation

-        Oligomenorrhea  is menstruation that is longer than 35 days.

Polymenorrhea can occur due to an imbalance of the hormonal system in the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis. This hormonal imbalance can result in disruption of the ovulation process (release of eggs) or a shortening of the time required for a normal menstrual cycle to take place, resulting in more frequent menstruation. Hormonal balance disorders can occur in:

·       In the first 3-5 years after the first menstruation

·       Patients with eating disorders (such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia)

·       Overweight or body mass index (BMI) > 30

·      Malnutrition (lack of nutrition)

·      Psychological stress

·       Athletes

·       Endometrial hyperplasia

·      Vitamin K deficiency

·       The use of certain drugs

·      Blood clotting disorders

·      Thyroid hormone disorders

·      Ovarian cyst disease

Based on what you ask, in general everything else is normal, but for your menstrual cycle there is indeed a disorder in the form of polymenorrhea. Because there are so many abnormalities that cause your irregular menstruation, to be able to determine whether the complaints you are experiencing are the causes of your polymenorrhea, I suggest you to check with your doctor or an obstetrician because we cannot conclude your mother's disease if it is not done. inspection. The doctor who will examine you will definitely ask for your complaints and perform a physical examination or even an ultrasound examination and even a pap smear if needed.

You don't need to panic, just stay calm. You still have to maintain your lifestyle by:

1.     Eat – foods that are nutritious and rich in fiber.

2.   Start to get used to drinking lots of water at least 2 L/day

3.      Sufficient rest

4.   Manage your stress wisely

5.   Regular exercise

6.     Take the medicines given regularly and follow the instructions of the doctor who treats you

May be useful,

dr. Dian

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