The Cause Of Menstruation 2 Times In 1 Month While Being Pregnant?
Hello … I want to ask, I have 5 months already, I have menstruated twice, I have said that the effects of the liver are not stressed … because I don’t want to get pregnant ankle to three. For example. I menstruated on 16 November after 22 … Nahh on 30 I menstruated again on 5Des … Date 5 January I menstruated on 11 … tres again on 20 … I need to calculate the second phase of menstruation … Gmn according to the normal doctor ??? and now on the 20th I haven’t menstruated … If for example I’m pregnant * aamiin * waiting for the day I have to check … Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Menstruation naturally occurs every 21 to 35 days. If the distance between your menstrual cycles is too close (less than 21 days), and this condition occurs repeatedly, then one of the causes can indeed be due to psychological stress, which ultimately disrupts the hormonal balance in your body, including reproductive hormones in charge regulate the menstrual cycle. In addition, menstruation that can occur too often is caused by other factors, such as fatigue, drug side effects, contraceptive effects, extreme diets, excessive exercise, endometriosis, myoma, cervical cancer, pelvic inflammation, uterine polyps, bleeding disorders, disorders thyroid gland, and various other medical conditions. With more discipline in living a healthy lifestyle, increasing intake of antioxidant-rich foods (such as fruits, vegetables, water, and whole grains), maintaining ideal body weight, and not taking drugs or supplements carelessly, menstrual disorders that occur purely due to hormonal influences will often improve in 1-3 months.
You have not menstruated at this time, it might indeed indicate you are pregnant. However, it is also possible you have not menstruated due to various factors above. Therefore, you can indeed do a testpack to make sure. According to various literature, so that the results are more accurate, a testpack needs to be done at least after menstruation delays for 1 week. So, if your last menstrual period occurred on January 5, 2020, then calculate the longest normal menstrual cycle (35 days), then you should do the testpack at least after February 10, 2020. It's okay to do an earlier testpack. However, to ensure accuracy, the testpack should be repeated at least 3-7 days later or also confirmed by a direct examination to the obstetrician.
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