Menstruation Out Of Clots Accompanied By Dizziness, Weakness And Nausea?
Hello, November I started menstruation on 26th, menstruation is normal as usual. But this December I missed my period, on 26th, there was only brown flex. It was only on the 29th of the morning that blood came out to clot, and in the afternoon I bled fresh blood. Oh yes, for several days I experienced dizziness, weakness, and a bit nauseous. That’s a serious problem? Or just lack of iron?
Hello Alisaajoe, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
To find out your menstruation is normal (regular) or not, routine calculations are needed to see how your menstrual cycle each month, whether it is still in the normal range (every 21-35 days) or not.
Likewise for your current complaint, you can calculate beforehand whether it is still in that range or not. If still, of course your period can still be said to be normal, but if based on your menstrual calculation is late (more than 35 days), then the complaint may arise due to a stress, excess weight / less, hormonal imbalance, excessive exercise, effects Side effects are certain drugs or certain nutritional deficiencies.
As for your other complaints, it should be examined further by a doctor to be evaluated also on your current physical condition, and maybe some additional checks, to ascertain what conditions are causing your complaints such as stomach acid disease, body reaction to menstruation, anemia, certain nutritional deficiencies or vertigo. After ascertaining what condition you are experiencing, then you can also determine what therapy should be given to you.
In the meantime, try to calculate your own menstrual cycle, starting from the first day you menstruate to appear again in the following month, if you have difficulty to mengjtung yourself, you can use the help of Padasmartphone application that can be uploaded easily.
Besides counting, there are some things you can also do, like:
Adjust your diet to be organized and not missed every day
Explore nutritional intake by eating nutritious foods, especially vegetables and fruits
Maintain a minimum of 2 liters of fluid intake per day
Maintain body weight so that it is always ideal
Avoid stress wherever possible
Exercise regularly and regularly at least 3 times a week for 30 minutes each time
Get enough rest every day, at least 6-8 hours per day
Avoiding strict and excessive dieting which results in very drastic weight changes
It is not advisable to take iron supplements or other supplements without clear doctor's advice because you may not need it
I hope this helps.