The Menstrual Cycle Becomes Irregular After Childbirth?
Dear doctor, if I want to ask, I just gave birth in November last year, I had my period again on January 11, 2018, I forgot this was my first or second period, then on 2 February I had another period, n on 1 March I had another period and in the month The same is March 28th I have another period doctor, why is that yes in March I menstruated twice, now it’s the end of April but my period hasn’t come out, but my stomach hurts like a period, n a few days before I was always sleeping late at night because I haven’t been able to sleep too I have had a lot of thoughts lately, and behind my ears there are lumps sometimes they disappear, sometimes they arise. Does that affect my menstruation ??? Is it because the above can cause her menstruation to come late, please explain because my org is a bit worried, afraid to get pregnant again but hesitant too, before that, thank you for the explanation, sorry, the question is a bit confusing.
The complaint you experience is irregular menstruation. Irregular menstruation can be influenced by many factors including:
Stress, anxiety, depression and other psychological problems Breastfeeding Pregnancy Physical fatigue Drastic weight loss Obesity Other medical problems: hormonal disorders, thyroid disorders, ovarian cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome Side effects of contraception Are you taking contraceptives? When breastfeeding, sometimes it takes time for the body so that menstruation can return to normal as before pregnancy. To help smooth menstruation, you can do the following tips:
Get used to a healthier lifestyle Exercise regularly 3-4 times / week Get enough rest Avoid staying up late if not needed Manage stress well Maintain ideal body weight Try to keep your body from getting tired If you don't use contraception and you're menstruating late, it's better if you do a testpack first 1 week after late menstruation. If the result is negative, do the testpack again 1 week after the first testpack. If you do not intend to get pregnant again, consider using contraception to prevent pregnancy.
If with the tips above you still haven't had your period for more than 3 months but the testpack results are also negative, I suggest that you check with your obstetrician directly so that further tests can be done to ensure your condition so you can be given the necessary further treatment .
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y