Never Get Pregnant And Menstrual Irregularities?
Evening doctor, my name is nidar r nAge of 22 years, I was married before 8 months and I’m still not pregnant r nAnd my menstrual cycle yesterday was normal. And suddenly it has been 5 months that I have had my period, the date is getting backwards. R nLike yesterday doctor, I had my period on April 6, 2018 and the next month it was May 29, 2018. so onwards the doctor kept going backwards. Thank you
Good morning Nidar, thank you for asking on Aldokter. Menstrual cycle is a cycle that normally occurs regularly in women every month, marked by the discharge of blood mixed with tissues from the female organs. The regulation is that this cycle occurs once every 21-35 days, and each time it occurs, lasts 3-7 days. So if you still fall within this range, your menstrual cycle can still be said to be regular.
Irregular menstruation itself can be caused by various things, including:
Stress or anxiety Fatigue and lack of sleep Too much activity Exercise too extreme Diet too extreme Excess weight or obesity Weight rise and fall too drastically Consume junk food and fatty foods Active or passive smoking Thyroid hormone disorders Ovarian cyst syndrome
Then for the problem of getting pregnant, because it is a possible problem, we cannot confirm whether you have fertility problems or not. But the rule is so. Fertility problems can only be said to exist if you and your husband have had sexual intercourse for 1 year without protection, with a fairly frequent frequency (about 3-4 times a week) and still have no children. Only then if that's the case, you can check what problems you and your husband have to the obstetrician. But with your current condition who is still pregnant by approaching 8 months, it could be a possible problem.
Our advice, to get pregnant quickly, have sexual intercourse 3-4x a week, regular exercise for both you and your husband, avoid cigarette smoke, eat nutritious foods, especially those that can fertilize the womb and increase sperm, and know your fertile period. So, hopefully it answers your question.