The Cause Of The Film Appears In Menstrual Blood?
Hello doctor, I’m resty 27 years old yet. Day 2 I menstruated blood accompanied by membranes like salak fruit ari but rather thick. At that time I was confused. I tried to eat it but it wasn’t destroyed and I tried to destroy the membrane like tearing a piece of paper. I’m confused doctor. What is that? Is that the lining of the uterine wall? Is it dangerous? Thank you
Menstruation is a natural cycle in women. Menstrual cycles are normally around 21-35 days with menstrual periods 2-7 days and the amount of blood that comes out 30-40 ml. Menstruation is influenced by hormonal hormones namely GnRH, FSH, LH, estrogen, and progesterone.
Broadly speaking, after menstruation is over, the brain produces GnRH to stimulate the pituitary gland to produce FSH. Furthermore FSH will stimulate the ovaries to produce eggs. The egg will continue to develop until it is cooked and ready to be fertilized. At this time the hormone estrogen will stimulate the thickening of the uterine wall to prepare to receive the fetus. If a mature egg is not fertilized, estrogen and progesterone levels will fall and trigger the decay of the thickened uterine wall. It is this uterine lining that comes out as menstrual blood.
The cause of the menstrual blood membrane needs to be confirmed again the cause. There are several possibilities that cause menstrual blood accompanied by membranes, including menstrual blood mixed with vaginal discharge, endometrial tissue that comes out, cysts, and miscarriage (if you have sex).
If there are no other complaints and only once you don't need to worry. However, if accompanied by severe abdominal pain, or the membranes come out again, you should consult a gynecologist so that the cause can be ascertained. If necessary the doctor can do an ultrasound and blood tests to help confirm the diagnosis. Furthermore, the doctor can provide further treatment that is more in accordance with the results of your examination.
For the time being, try changing pads more often, watch for menstrual blood that comes out, get enough rest, avoid stress, and warm compresses if there is menstrual pain.
Hope it helps you,