The Relationship Of Stress To Menstruation That Does Not Appear For 2 Months?
Hello, good afternoon I am a woman of 20 years, the last I menstruated in November last week. However, until now I have not menstruated. My menstrual cycle is usually 35 days. In the month of December I felt it was a bit stressful because of the piling assignments. How do I get my menstruation back smoothly? Thanks
Thanks for the question.
Normally, the distance between menstruation from month to month does not exceed 35 days. If your menstrual cycle lengthens, then this condition most often arises because of hormonal imbalances. The stress that you experience lately can be one of the triggers. In addition to stress, fatigue, extreme diet, excessive exercise, pregnancy, lack of exercise, obesity, lack of sleep, also the use of hormonal birth control can also cause disrupted hormonal balance, and eventually menstruation becomes disrupted.
In rare cases, late menstruation as you experience it can also occur associated with an illness, for example polycystic ovary syndrome, hyperthyroidism, pituitary adenoma, and so on. Frequently, if these diseases are the cause of your complaint, then late menstruation can very often recur, causing fertility problems, and other more severe complaints.
You should try to relaunch your menstruation, that is to wisely manage stress, regularly exercise, eat more vegetables and whole grains, consume also lots of water and a variety of fruits, maintain ideal body weight, adequate and regular sleep, and do not carelessly take any medicine without a doctor's prescription. If with these steps your menstruation still does not come too, immediately see a doctor or obstetrician in order to get further solutions.
I hope this helps.