Normal Or Unnatural Menstruation For More Than 2 Weeks?
Hi. I experienced symptoms of PMS from the beginning of the month but not yet the period. How about this? Is there normal? For example, if I want to take norethisterone medicine when I have PMS, can it?
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Need to be clarified, what symptoms of PMS (pre menstrual syndrome) do you experience? Do you always experience PMS symptoms before menstruation every month? Have you ever had sexual intercourse after your last menstruation?
Most women will indeed experience PMS symptoms before menstruation. However, this STD can appear in varying intensities, some are so light that they do not feel at all, but there are also those that are so heavy that they can not undergo normal activities. PMS symptoms that appear can be:
Physical changes, such as painful breasts, nausea, abdominal cramps, excessive vaginal discharge, weakness, lazy activities. Mental changes, such as easy to cry, more sensitive, often angry, irritable, etc. However, the appearance of symptoms similar to PMS itself is actually not always signifying your period is coming soon. Not infrequently, PMS symptoms are also very similar to symptoms of other conditions, such as early signs of pregnancy, urinary tract infections, hormonal balance disorders, mood disorders, dyspepsia, viral or bacterial infections, endometriosis, and so on.
If the PMS symptoms do appear around your menstrual schedule that you should, in fact you do not need to worry. Get plenty of rest, don't stress or worry too much, and always live a healthy lifestyle. With this, hormonal conditions will return to balance so that menstruation runs more smoothly.
However, if PMS symptoms are very severe outside of your menstrual schedule, or if you have not menstruated for up to 1 month or more from your scheduled menstrual period, your complaint could indicate an illness. Go directly to your doctor or obstetrician so that you can handle it properly. We do not recommend that you take any medications (including norethistherone that is not an over-the-counter drug) if not prescribed directly by your doctor.
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