The Cause Of Menstruation Is Not Normal?
I associated with my partner 5 days before menstruation, after 5 birth she had abnormal menstruation. But there were signs of pregnancy cramps, breast changes, mood instability, frequent urination after walking one month. My partner menstruated again, but also not normal. Is there any possibility is a sign of pregnancy?
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Need to be clarified, what kind of abnormal menstruation do you mean it?
Menstruation, normally occurs every 21 to 35 days, bleeding around 30 to 40 cc per cycle, and the duration ranges from 2 to 8 days. The menstruation can be said to be abnormal if it deviates from these characteristics.
There are many possibilities that can cause menstruation to be abnormal. In addition to pregnancy and pregnancy disorders (eg miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, grape pregnancy), abnormal menstruation can occur due to hormonal disorders, unhealthy lifestyles, contraceptive effects, side effects of drugs, not ideal body weight, extreme exercise, eating disorders, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, thyroid gland abnormalities, and so on. The appearance of subjective signs of pregnancy, such as abdominal cramps, more sensitive breasts, mood swings, and frequent urination, does not necessarily determine whether the complaint that your partner is experiencing is really caused by pregnancy or not.
Our advice, if you suspect abnormal menstruation, try to persuade your colleague to check himself directly to the doctor or obstetrician. Through urine tests, blood tests, or ultrasound, doctors are often able to distinguish what is happening due to signs of pregnancy, and what is not. Meanwhile, your partner can compress warm stomach cramps first, drink 10-12 glasses of water a day, multiply rest, do not like to hold urination, control your emotions properly, exercise discipline, maintain cleanliness of intimate organs, only do healthy sexual activities and be responsible, and do not carelessly consume any medicine without a doctor's prescription.
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