The Body Feels Feverish Before Menstruation?
Doctor, I am 29 years old, already have 2 children, since the birth of the second child in 2014, my menstrual cycle is irregular. Sometimes not until 28 days, sometimes up to 2 months more menstrual again. Complaints body feels feverish, sometimes feels pain in the vagina and aches in the breast before, during menstruation and a few days after menstruation. The first day of menstruation feels very painful in the vagina and blood like granules or clot. Is it a symptom of a disease related to the doctor’s womb? My breasts are medium sized and asymmetrical, my right breast is smaller and my skin is wrinkled under the red circle of the nipple area, lately it often feels sore. Is that a symptom of a disease related to the breast of a doctor? What should I do? For the doctor’s answer, I thank you in advance.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The conditions that you experience can occur due to various things, all of which can occur due to one particular condition or various conditions that occur simultaneously or close together. For the beginning of the breast, breasts that are not symmetrical in size are naturally owned by every woman. In fact, most women whose breasts are not symmetrical. In men, this asymmetry is found in testes that are not the same length.
Then for irregular menstrual cycles, although this happens after the birth of the second child, the reality is the number of times someone gives birth does not affect the menstrual cycle. Your menstrual cycle changes, which can occur due to lifestyle, such as overweight or underweight, weight gain and fall too drastically, the habit of consuming greasy and fatty foods, fatigue, stress, lack of sleep, thyroid hormone imbalance and female hormonal imbalance. As for the fever, pain and aches that you feel, this is also natural to be found as a syndrome that appears related to hormones, and it doesn't matter as long as all complaints disappear together or a difference of 1-3 days with the end of the menstrual cycle.
Our advice, it would be better if you check your condition directly to the obstetrician for further examination, what exactly is the exact cause of the condition you are experiencing. Because it is not impossible when a direct examination, there are certain conditions that have just been detected. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, get enough rest, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, take a shower or soak in warm water especially when it hurts or aches, maintain ideal body weight, do regular exercise, increase consumption of protein such as eggs, milk, cheese, yogurt, tempeh, beef and seafood, multiply the consumption of water, and if it still feels painful, may take over-the-counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.