The Menstrual Cycle Is Advanced And It Has Been More Than 7 Days And The Blood Loss Is Small?
Dear, r n r nPlease ask doctor. I am a 15 year old teenager. I previously had a regular menstrual cycle with a duration of 7 days. But this month, a week before my period (I use an app to track my cycle) I was sick and taking medication. And my period is 3 days ahead of schedule but with a longer duration, it’s been more than 7 days. The intensity of the blood that comes out is small and there are no complaints that occur during menstruation (pain or cramps). Is this dangerous?
Hello Gege, thanks for your question
Normally menstruation occurs in cycles of 21-35 days, so if this time your menstrual schedule occurs 3 days earlier than usual, this is considered normal. Meanwhile, normal menstrual duration ranges from 2-7 days. In the 1-2 years since a woman has her period, she will experience a longer menstrual duration and irregular cycles. As for other things that cause irregularity in a person's menstrual period, include:
psychological stress, physical activity that is too heavy, obese or underweight, the use of hormonal contraceptives and IUDs before menopause. Reproductive system disorders / diseases such as endometrisis, ovarian polycyst syndrome (PCOS), myoma uteri. Normal menstruation can be accompanied by cramps or pain in the lower abdomen that does not interfere with daily activities, or without any symptoms of pain. So the complaints you submit are still within reasonable limits and you don't need to worry. consume more water and a balanced nutritional diet. Don't forget to routinely exercise 2-3 times per week to stay in shape.
I hope this information is helpful.