Menstruation Only Comes Out A Little And Lasts 3 Days?
Hello, my name is ainur. I am 21 years old. I want to ask, why have it been a few months since I only had 3 days of menstruation, it had come out a little, previously 3-5 days I still had a lot of discharge. Is that normal? R nOh yes, he said that if you are menstruating you cannot drink carbonated drinks, is your c1000 drink including soft drinks? Because after I drank you c1000, 2 days my body felt weak and my new menstruation for 3 days didn’t come out anymore.
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You should know that a normal menstrual duration can last anywhere from 2 to 8 days. So, a period that lasts only 3 days does not necessarily indicate an abnormality.
Often times, menstruation is shorter due to hormonal imbalance in your body, for example due to stress, excessive activity, drastic weight changes, side effects of drugs, side effects of birth control, and so on. If this condition only occurs occasionally and does not appear accompanied by other complaints, then there is nothing for you to worry about.
The fatigue you feel may also occur due to hormonal imbalances during menstruation. It can also occur when you have anemia (low blood hemoglobin), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), dehydration, viral or bacterial infection, diabetes, heart problems, stress, or various other conditions. The fatigue you feel right now may or may not be related to changes in your menstruation.
There are no special restrictions for women who are menstruating to consume soft drinks, or the beverage products you mention. What is worrying is, because of hormonal changes that often trigger an increase in stomach acid during menstruation, excessive consumption of soft and acidic drinks can trigger nausea, vomiting, or severe stomach pain in women with sensitive digestive systems. However, as long as you don't experience this complaint after consuming the products you consume, then it is not a problem for you to consume them.
It is better if, so that the weakness you feel subsides, try to get more rest and exercise. Eat more discipline, sleep more regularly, and drink enough. If there is enough menstrual bleeding, you can consume more red meat, green vegetables, and nuts to minimize the risk of anemia. Don't forget, always live a healthy lifestyle, keep your body weight ideal, and don't stress too much.
If with the above efforts the weakness that you feel still persists, try to have your complaint checked directly with your doctor. If it is suspected that there is a connection between your complaint and changes in your menstrual pattern, the doctor may also refer you to an obstetrician for this further handling.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah