The Cause Of Spots Outside The Menstrual Cycle?
I am a married woman aged 24 years, I often read in the article alert if there are spots outside of menstruation for three consecutive cycles, what diseases cause spots outside the menstrual cycle for more than three cycles?
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Under normal conditions, a woman will experience menstruation with a range of 21 to 35 days per cycle. The duration of menstruation can occur between 2 to 8 days, with the amount of blood released around 30 to 40 cc.
The appearance of spots or bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, if it occurs only occasionally, often is not dangerous. These spots often occur due to injury to the reproductive organs, for example when finished having sex, excessive masturbation, or also scratching the genitals too tight. It could also, these spots occur due to hormonal conditions that are not balanced, for example due to mental stress, dense physical activity, unhealthy eating patterns, side effects when taking certain drugs, side effects when using certain contraceptives, and so on. Without special handling, complaints due to this condition often improve by themselves provided you do a healthy lifestyle, namely by improving sleep, eating, stress management, and also exercise.
You need to be vigilant, if spots outside the menstrual cycle occur quite frequently, ie up to 3 menstrual cycles, or more. This condition can indicate the presence of a disease, for example:
Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus)
Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs that appear in the ovaries due to impaired egg maturation)
Pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries)
Uterine polyps (benign tumors originating from the uterine mucosa)
Myoma (benign tumor originating from the uterine muscle)
Malignancies (malignant tumors) in the reproductive organs, for example cervical cancer, cervical cancer
Hormonal disorders (for example due to abnormalities of the thyroid gland, pituitary gland), and so on
Further treatment is needed by an obstetrician to identify and overcome the conditions above. Therefore, patients who experience these complaints, it is advisable to immediately consult a doctor to do a supporting examination, for example ultrasound, blood tests, hormone tests, and so on.
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