Some Things That Need To Be Considered To Launch Menstruation?
Good evening, I want to ask. From the first day to the third day my menstrual blood is brown and not smooth. The first day is not smooth / little chocolate. The second day is not smooth / less chocolate. What should I do?
Thank you for using the HealthReplies.com consulting service.
Menstruation is a normal uterine lining that occurs in every fertile woman who has an egg that has not been fertilized by sperm cells. In the menstrual process, disturbances can often occur, which can be caused by hormonal changes, as well as the presence of external factors that interfere. Some things to note are:
Menstrual Frequency. Normally, a woman's menstrual cycle is every 21-35 days. If you experience menstruation before 21 days (often) or after 35 days (rarely) from previous menstruation, then it can be declared that there are menstrual disorders. The amount of blood that comes out. Normally, the amount of menstrual blood that comes out is around 40-80 cc in one day. More than that can be suspected is abnormal uterine bleeding. Menstrual duration. Normally women experience menstruation for 3-5 days Blood color, normally fresh red, but can also be brown or even black in color (dark). This also can be in the form of residual blood from menstruation in the previous cycle that has not come out completely. Menstrual blood that is brown often occurs and is still within normal limits. Accompanying symptoms, can include stomach cramps, headaches, mood changes, diarrhea and constipation. However, these symptoms normally appear within reasonable limits and can be tolerated. If you experience menstruation that is still within these limits, then you do not need to worry because it is still within normal limits. However, if you experience abnormal menstruation (too little, too short, too often, etc.), then do not hesitate to consult a general practitioner or obstetrician and gynecologist, so that a more complete examination, such as physical examination, examination Gynecological ultrasound, pap smears, etc., and if necessary administration of appropriate treatment.
Some things you can do at home include:
Eating nutritious foods, sufficient in terms of nutrition Many consume water Avoid stress, because it can change and disrupt the body's hormone system Perform routine physical activity, at least 3 times a week Avoid using drugs without doctor's recommendation or herbal remedies that are not listed on BPOM Thus, hopefully it can be useful huh. You can also read other articles about various menstrual disorders.