The Cause Of Not Getting Pregnant For 5 Years Of Marriage?
Dear DoctorrnrnI am Nasya, 25thrn5th married, not pregnant.rnI am bilateral non-patent tuba, now taking Chinese medicine to smooth my fallopian tubes for 1 month a.rnI am confused, for This is my period, I always feel breast pain, but today I am bleeding like menstruation but there is no pain anywhere.rnWhat’s causing it.rnPlease help with an explanation.rnThank you doctor.
Bilateral non-patent tubal is a condition in which there is a blockage in both fallopian tubes/ovary canals, resulting in the inability of mature eggs from the ovaries to enter the uterus. As a result this can cause infertility or infertility in women. Some of the possible causes of non-patent tuba include infection, adhesions due to endometriosis, or pressure due to a tumor.
Bilateral non-patent tubal treatment is generally carried out with surgery to repair the tubes. The use of herbal medicines has not been proven to be effective in dealing with non-patent tubal problems, so it is recommended that you consult an obstetrician who treats you regarding the drugs you are taking. When taking any medicine, make sure that the drug has a distribution permit from BPOM so that it is safe to use.
As for menstruation that is not accompanied by pain in the breast as you are experiencing, this is a normal condition and there is no need to worry. Some women often experience breast pain before and during menstruation. This is because during menstruation hormonal changes occur which can stimulate cells and glands in the breast, so that it can trigger pain and swelling in the breast during menstruation. However, not all women experience breast pain during menstruation, as well as breast pain is not always experienced by women every time they menstruate, because this is also influenced by hormonal fluctuations in each menstrual cycle and individual variations. This situation can be a normal condition.
Related topics can be read here:
Causes of infertility in women
Thus the explanation that we can convey, may be useful.
dr. Muliani Sukiman