Side Effects Of Frequent Drinking Herbs To Launch Menstruation?
Hello, does the traditional herbal betel key make the uterus dry? especially for women who have never been pregnant?
Walaikumsalam. Hello, good morning Eny.
Red betel leaf has long been known to the public for its health benefits. Some of the benefits of betel leaf are known, among others, as an antiseptic and inhibit cavities. Like other types of plants, betel leaves are also commonly used as herbal ingredients / herbs, one of which is what you asked about, namely jamu lock betel, which consists of the basic ingredients of meeting locks and betel leaf. As with other herbal ingredients, there is no adequate scientific research regarding its benefits, as well as its effect on causing the uterus to dry out. You also need to be careful when consuming jamu lock betel or other herbal herbs, because most herbal ingredients do not undergo a monitoring process like medical drugs circulating. In fact, this monitoring process is a very important process to monitor unwanted side effects that can occur due to the consumption of these herbal ingredients. Be careful in choosing the herbal medicines you want to consume, one of which is to check that the herbal medicine has been registered with the Indonesian Food and Drug Administration (BPOM), because the products that have been registered by BPOM RI are products that have passed a series of scientific trials first for protect the public from the possible content of hazardous substances.
Regarding your complaint, namely irregular menstruation, it can be caused by several conditions:
hormonal imbalance due to age, namely young age (puberty) and old age during pre-menopause psychological stress using contraceptives (pills, birth control injections) excessive physical activity weight loss or drastic weight gain overweight / obesity disease in the reproductive tract, for example in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), ovarian cysts (ovarian), myomas, and other certain hormonal diseases, such as thyroid hormone disorders and so on. If you have severe abdominal pain during menstruation or heavy bleeding, you are advised to consult a doctor, especially an obstetrician (obstetrician). The doctor will extract complaints, physical examination, and supporting examinations such as ultrasound or blood lab if needed.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa