Prolonged Black Spots Accompanied By Late Menstruation And Its Effects With Stress?
Hello, I want to ask. I am 22 years old, imt 18.3. It’s been around 2 weeks and until now I have black spots and sometimes bleed a little, like people who want to come to the moon but in 2 weeks they are just like that, never really spilled a lot of blood like during menstruation, sometimes they don’t even bleed / bleed but the bsknya fleck again / bleed again. There are no complaints of pain in the lower abdomen, and indeed in the last month was feeling stressed. If based on the calculation I should have been in a week this month, is this reasonable related to my stress? Because it has happened more than 2 weeks I was worried, when would I need to check myself right away at the doctor? Thank you in advance. Regards.
Excessive stress can indeed cause changes in a person's menstrual cycle. Because, excess stress can cause hormonal changes in women that affect the menstrual cycle because the menstrual cycle is very much influenced by hormonal conditions. Apart from stress, menstrual disorders can also be caused by the following conditions:
Poor nutrition, too thin, too fat (obesity) Severe physical activity, lack of rest Hormonal disorders, use of hormonal contraception, impaired thyroid hormone balance Reproductive organ disorders, for example PCOS If the complaint is new once it does not need to be overly concerned because In general, new doctors will provide treatment in the form of menstrual smoothing drugs if menstrual obstructions occur 3 consecutive cycles or more.
However, you should still consult a doctor related to these complaints if you feel worried. The doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, conduct a physical examination and supporting examinations if needed. Supporting examinations that can be recommended by a doctor is a blood test, hormonal examination or ultrasound of the stomach / through the vagina when you are married.
If indeed your complaint is caused by emotional stress then generally doctors will only advise you to rest and manage stress wisely. Besides handling your doctor, you can also take the following recommendations regarding your complaint:
Perform a healthy lifestyle Consumption of healthy balanced nutritious food Enough rest Immediately consult a doctor if complaints persist or worsen Hopefully useful,