The Cause Of Menstrual Blood Is Only In The Form Of Spots And Only A Little?
I want to ask, when the day of menstruation … Just yesterday the first day of menstruation there was chocolate coming out when I used the sanitary napkin and the sanitary napkin from noon to late afternoon, the chocolate was faded a little longer, it didn’t stop the mlm from the day until the next day there was nothing … It was morning until noon 12 o’clock there was another red blood but when I used sanitary napkins even changed the sanitary napkin from 6 o’clock until now the sanitary napkin didn’t have the slightest blood … even though it wasn’t pke … r n
Hello Siti, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
First of all I want to confirm beforehand, did the bleeding actually occur when you should have menstruation or occurred outside the time of your period?
Very little bleeding that occurs at the time of menstruation can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Unstable hormonal conditions at the onset of menstruation (the first 1-2 years after the first menstrual period), or at the end of the menstrual period (premenopause) Anovulatory cycle, which is a condition in which the ovaries do not release eggs during ovulation. Pregnancy Excessive body weight or body weight too low and excessive weight gain or loss Stress Certain medical conditions, such as PCOS, diabetes, thyroid hormone disorders Use of hormonal contraceptives If the bleeding occurs outside of your menstrual cycle, then here are some possible causes:
Ovulation bleeding Pregnancy (implantation bleeding) Pelvic inflammatory disease Infections of the vagina and cervix or a foreign object in the vagina Use of hormonal contraceptives or IUD Bleeding after sexual intercourse Stress Certain medical conditions, such as PCOS, diabetes, thyroid hormone disorders Cancer If this happens only once of course, you can try to reduce stress (if you are experiencing physical or emotional stress lately), try to sleep and rest longer, eat adequate nutritious meals regularly in sufficient quantities, drink enough every day, exercise in sufficient quantities. Look back at your menstrual cycle in the following month. If indeed your menstrual cycle is still small, you should consult directly with an obstetrician. If you experience the following symptoms, immediately consult a gynecologist as well:
you experience abnormal vaginal discharge the bleeding occurs very much or very long there is severe abdominal pain there are symptoms of pregnancy bleeding occurs every time sexual intercourse pain during sexual intercourse
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