There Is Still A Lot Of Blood During Menstruation On The 5th Day?
How was your previous menstrual cycle? Do you use contraception? The normal menstrual cycle is around 21-35 days with menstrual periods 2-7 days and the amount of blood released is 30-40 ml. This can also vary from woman to woman.
Your menstruation can be within normal limits, can also be abnormal. The changes in menstruation as you experience can be caused by the following factors:
Drastic change in body weight
Side effects of contraception
Related to pregnancy: early pregnancy signs, or it could be abnormal bleeding in an unconscious pregnancy
Other medical conditions: cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome, asherman's syndrome, thyroid disorders
For now you can wait while watching the changes in your period. However, if menstruation does not stop for more than 14 days, I suggest that you see a gynecologist directly so that further tests can be done to ascertain the causes of changes in your menstruation, if necessary ultrasound and blood tests can be done on you. If the cause is known, your doctor can provide you with further treatment that suits your condition.
While waiting to see a doctor, you can do the following tips:
Manage stress well
Do light exercise, after menstruation is complete, try to exercise regularly
Get enough rest
Meet the needs of body fluids and daily nutrition
When using contraception, consider changing your contraception
Maintain ideal body weight
Maintain cleanliness of the vagina
More often replace pads
Hope it helps you,