Normally Menstruating For Once A Month.?
I want to ask, is menstruation once a month normal or not?
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Normal menstruation will occur every 21 to 35 days. Therefore, menstruation which only happens once a month is naturally normal. If menstruation comes once a month and the duration is reasonable (2 to 8 days), and the volume of bleeding that comes out is also reasonable (30 to 40 cc per cycle), then you don't need to worry about the possibility of dangerous conditions.
This menstrual cycle is regulated by conditions of reproductive hormones, especially estrogen, progesterone, FSH, LH, and GnRH which are produced fluctuatively in the body. Fluctuations in these hormones are much influenced by the activities carried out, mental condition, nutritional intake, drugs consumed, and other illnesses suffered. Irregular periods often occur due to disturbance of the balance of these hormones. Although, in some cases, it can also be, menstrual disorders occur due to an illness, both those that originate from the reproductive organs, or other organ systems.
If you experience menstrual cycle disorders, where your menstrual patterns change to abnormal, as mentioned above, do not hesitate to go directly to a doctor or obstetrician, right?
I hope this helps.