The Womb Was Removed 2 Years Ago But Why Is Menstruation Still?
I want to ask, I have already removed my uterus for 2 years, but recently I have had a normal menstrual volume like normal, is it normal?
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Menstruation is vaginal bleeding due to the decay of the uterine wall and blood vessels around the uterine wall. The purpose of blocking and the presence of blood vessels is to prepare for fetal development if fertilization does occur. However, if fertilization does not occur and there is no attachment to the uterine wall, there will be decay and menstruation. Medically, it is impossible for menstruation to occur if the uterus is gone. So we need to think about other emotional conditions that can cause bleeding out of the vagina. Some of the conditions that can be considered are as follows:
Inflammation in other reproductive systems, for example if the removal of the uterus is not accompanied by an increase in the ovary, it can be thought of inflammation in the organ.
Disorders of blood vessels around the reproductive organs
Side effects of certain drugs
Hormonal disorders or disorders.
Other medical conditions.
To ascertain your condition it is necessary to do a direct examination with your obstetrician. The need for supporting examinations such as USG or other examinations will be completed with the results of consultations and examinations by doctors later.
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