Prolonged Menstruation Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain Up To The Pelvis?
Hello! I am 17 years old and have complaints of extreme hip pain as well as lower abdominal pain sometimes only the left or right of menses can also be a lot more than 1 week, then severe vaginal discharge until the brown color is ever green and the odor is unpleasant. What disease do you have and why? Because I am still a virgin but on average this kind of disease is experienced by people who are not virgins? Does virginity matter? Thank you very much!
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The existence of complaints of prolonged menstruation, menstrual blood that much (more than 2 pads every day) and accompanied by complaints of hip pain, then this condition may be caused by disorders of the female hormonal balance. Because the female hormonal system works in a good level of balance to support the process of your menstrual cycle, the disturbance of the female hormonal balance can have other implications in the female reproductive system, such as:
1. menstrual lengthening
2. menstrual blood a lot or little
3. affects the pH of the vagina, thereby causing the risk of infection or inflammation if the pH is not normal
4. ovulation disorders
Some of the conditions below can trigger disorders of the female hormonal balance, such as:
2. physical fatigue
3. body weight is not ideal
4. health problems, such as thyroid disorders, diabetes
5. pcos or the discovery of many small cysts in the ovary
6. use of KB
While the presence of unnatural vaginal discharge, or greenish and sometimes smelly, may be triggered by disorders of the female hormonal balance and the risk of infection or inflammation of the vagina. Often this complaint also occurs to a girl because of personal hygien toilet factors that are not good, such as not clean enough to clean the rectum after defecation, do not rinse womanhood after urinating, wrong direction of rectal cleaning so that the water used to clean the rectum contaminates the vaginal area. The possibility of pelvic inflammation also needs to be considered.
In women who are actively engaged in sex, this complaint is often caused by a sexually transmitted disease that can also cause interference with the reproductive system.
If this complaint bothers you or recurs frequently, you should consult your obstetrician directly. Doctors will conduct clinical interviews and conduct medical examinations to help determine the cause of this complaint. Investigations such as blood tests or ultrasound can be planned by your doctor. Handling and treatment will be given according to the examination results obtained.
For now, avoid physical fatigue, avoid sleeping late, and idealize your weight and take care of the health of your reproductive organs.
Thus the info we can convey.