Not Menstruated Until The Age Of 23 Years?
Assalamualikum, I want to ask, I have never performed at all since I was small until I was 23 years old, now after I got married and had sex my husband arrived in my vagina bleeding initially but a little more and more and more, there were even large blood clots like my heart out there count there are 10 Grandma 11 seeds, the lumps came out gradually …. guess “is menstrual blood or what is the disease ??? Before and after thank you 😊
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A history of not having a period from childhood to adulthood is a medical condition called primary amenorrhea or a woman who does not menstruate consecutively until the age of 16. in general, a woman will begin puberty or menstruation since the age of 8-12 years, so if until the age of 13 years, you should do an examination and evaluation of menstrual disorders during puberty.
In addition to primary amaenorhea, also known as secondary amenorrhea, where this occurs when a woman has menstruated, but in certain periods of time she has menstrual complaints for 6 consecutive months.
in primary Amenorhe, often accompanied by complaints of not experiencing menstrual cycles and disruption of secondary sex growth. The influence of genetic disorders, anatomy and disorders of the brain related to the feedback system of the reproductive system on brain function, can cause these complaints to continue, especially if there is no examination and treatment required by obstetricians from the outset of puberty disorders.
in general, the presence of primary amenorrhea complaints, can affect a woman's fertility or can also affect the effort to get offspring. In addition, other complications can also be found, such as bone density disorders.
If you are currently experiencing complaints of blood clots that appear after intercourse, this is likely a menstrual blood that is old or has appeared before and is currently coming out together. If menstrual blood does not come directly from the uterus or vagina, menstrual blood can be in the form of lumps and can be blackish in color. So that menstrual blood can come out gradually in one day or several days later.
However, you should consider consulting and checking with your obstetrician. The doctor will conduct interviews, examinations and direct evaluations of complaints and medical conditions. The doctor will conduct the necessary investigations, such as blood tests, ultrasound examinations or radiological examinations that are needed. Thus, it can be known whether there are other conditions that cause menstrual blood to clot, such as myoma or cysts. If no special medical problems are found in addition to a history of primary amenorrhea, your doctor can provide the necessary care according to your current clinical condition.
For now, you should consider a number of things, such as maintaining an ideal body weight, avoiding stress, and should exercise regularly.
Thus the info we can convey.