The Cause Of Menstrual Blood Is Only Slightly Accompanied By A Lower Stomach Belly Button Feels Stiff?
Last 3 months menses, but blood comes out a little. And negative tests. The belly button feels stiff. Is this pregnant or another disorder?
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Menstrual blood does not always come out in large quantities. The amount or the amount of menstrual blood depends on a variety of factors, including physical activity that you do, exercise, posture, mental condition, diet, and other conditions that you suffer. In general, if your menstrual blood volume is not less than 30 cc per cycle, this condition can still be considered reasonable. Stiffness in the lower abdomen can also occur due to uterine muscle contractions during regular menstruation which is influenced by hormonal balance.
Pregnancy can also cause menstruation to stop. During pregnancy, some women may experience implantation bleeding, which is bleeding that occurs as a result of a torn blood vessel in the uterine wall when the fetus implants itself in the uterine wall. These implantation bleeding often appear in small amounts, in a short duration (1-2 days), and also not accompanied by intense menstrual pain like regular menstruation. However, if it is true that you have done a testpack and the results are negative, chances are that you are not currently pregnant.
In some conditions, it can also be, menstrual blood that occurs a little due to an illness, such as ovarian cysts, hyperthyroidism, and so on. However, if you have only had this complaint for the past 1 to 3 months, you should not worry. Try the following steps to make your complaint improve:
Compress a stiff stomach with warm water
Do not always exertion too tired
When there is still bleeding from the birth canal, do not have sex
Expand to exercise 3 to 5 times a week so that stamina and endurance are maintained
Do not carelessly take medication (including menstrual smoothing drugs)
Maintain ideal body weight
Expand eat foods rich in antioxidants, for example vegetables, fruits, whole grains
Don't smoke, stay away from alcohol
If within 1 to 3 months your complaint still does not improve, do not hesitate to go directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best solution, ok?
I hope this helps.