The Relationship Between Lumps In The Neck To The Delay Of The Menstrual Cycle?
Good morning, I have not menstruated from March to April, then my thyroid gland in my neck was also present, but when I checked the thyroid gland, it was only due to exhaustion because of my many campus activities, was my menstruation delayed?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menstruation delay is actually a condition that is more frequently encountered and more natural than you might think. Among the causes are:
A diet that is too extreme
Overweight or obesity
Body weight goes up and down too dramatically
Consumption of junk food and fatty foods
Active or passive smoking
Using contraception that contains hormones
Thyroid hormone disorders
Ovarian cyst syndrome
Stress or anxiety
Fatigue and lack of sleep
Too much activity
Sports are too extreme
So it is still natural if you then experience a lump in the neck that the doctor said is due to fatigue, and you experience late menstruation that can also occur due to fatigue. Our advice, you should try to live a healthy lifestyle first by avoiding all the triggers above, eating more vegetables and fruit, regular breaks, avoiding stress and cigarette smoke, and maintaining an ideal body weight.
If your period is still irregular, check with your obstetrician to see if you have certain medical conditions. Your doctor will do a history, physical examination and maybe a support such as ultrasound to narrow the possibility. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection. So, hopefully answering your question.