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Salpingectomy is a procedure to remove one or both fallopian tubes. The fallopian tube is a tube that connects the ovary (ovary) with the uterus. The removal of the fallopian tubes itself does not interfere with the body's hormonal conditions and also will not interfere with the menstrual cycle. Basically, female hormones (estrogen and progesterone) are produced and regulated by the ovaries. These hormones will affect the thickening and shedding of the endometrial lining in the uterus, which comes out in the form of menstruation. The signals from these hormones are conveyed through the bloodstream, so that the removal of the fallopian tubes alone will not affect the ovaries that produce these hormones or the uterus where the endometrial lining is formed which sheds during menstruation.
A woman's menstrual cycle can change every month. The severity of bleeding that occurs can be influenced by several factors, for example:
physical or emotional stress eating patterns (for example following a strict diet) decrease or increase in excess body weight excessive exercise use of hormonal contraceptives or IUD certain diseases that cause hormonal disorders, such as hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism disorders of the uterus, such as polyps, myoma, adenomyosis, etc.
As long as your menstrual cycle still occurs within the normal range (21-35 days), the number is still within normal limits (you don't change your sanitary napkin every 1-2 hours or just spots), menstruation does not extend for more than 7 days, then there really is nothing you need to worry about. Your menstrual cycle can still be said to be normal. If you experience the disorders mentioned above, you can consult directly with your obstetrician for further evaluation.
For now, you can try to relax and reduce stress, adjust your diet well, maintain the ideal weight for your height, exercise regularly, drink in moderation.
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