The Cause Of Menstruation Is Only 1 Day In Adolescents Aged 13 Years?
hello, I am only 13 years old and I just had my period yesterday, on the first day of deres but on the second day, no more, there’s only brown mucus, why is that, do I need to check into the hospital?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menstruation or menstruation, is a normal condition in women that occurs from adolescence to around middle age. This condition is characterized by the release of blood mixed with tissue from the genitals, which occurs for 3-7 days and will recur at 21-35 days later. If outside that range, menstruation can be said to be irregular.
So in your case, it's true that menstruation shouldn't only happen for one day. But considering this is your first menstruation, and this is the first time it has happened, you should not need to rush to assume it is a disorder. Because, irregular menstruation can be influenced by various things, ranging from hormones that are not balanced, weight that is not ideal, fatigue, and much more.
Therefore, we suggest doing a healthy lifestyle first by consuming high nutritious food, adequate rest and exercise according to ability, only if your period in the next month and the following month is still irregular, very much or very little, check your complaints to the obstetrician. Your doctor will later ask how your medical history so far, what disorders you encounter and physical examination may also be supportive if deemed necessary. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection. So, hopefully answering your question.