The Same Menstrual Date Every Month?
Hello. I am 20 years old and not married. My menstrual period is 2-6 days, but it’s been 6 months since the date of menstruation is still on the 25th. So every month I have my period on the 25th. Whereas before, my menstruation was normal, sometimes it went forward, sometimes it went backwards. I am worried, afraid there is a problem in me. Please help, thank you.
From the information you have conveyed, a history of regular menstruation every month or menstruation every 25th, is a condition that naturally occurs. Menstruation length of about 2-6 days is also a natural form. Because your menstrual period is still in, the average woman experiences menstruation, which is between 21-35 days, and lasts about 7 days. So you shouldn't have to worry about this condition. All you need to do is maintain your health, exercise regularly, maintain an ideal body weight, and avoid risky sex or casual sex.
However, to ensure the condition of your reproductive system, you can carry out regular check-ups to your gynecologist for periodic health checks so that your gynecologist can do a direct evaluation with a physical exam, ultrasound examination or if necessary laboratory tests. By conducting periodic checks, your health condition can be observed, and your doctor can provide advice and motivation to live a healthy life to maintain the health of your reproductive system.
That is the information we can convey, read also menstruation.