Treatment For Menstruation That Never Stops, Only Stops When Taking Hormone Drugs?
I want to ask, my period is not regular, then on December 22, yesterday I menstruated for up to 8 days, it didn’t stop. I checked into Obgyn on USG, normally there were no cysts or myoma, excessive menstruation due to hormonal imbalance. I was in primolutic acid and tranexsamat acid 2×1. taken regularly once every 12 hours … Menstruation stops after a day of taking medicine … primolut is drunk until it runs out … tranexsamic acid is still left over … because primolut is only for 3 days … After that today after 2 days of stopping drinking my medicine … my period reappeared … but it doesn’t hurt or mules. My question … is this the effect of primolut and normal ?? When should I go back to Obgyn ??? Do I have to take back the rest of the tranexsamic acid drug ??
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HAid is a physiological condition that occurs in women, where physiological bleeding occurs from the female reproductive system which can last for about 3-7 days. Menstrual cycle is reasonable, can occur every 21-35 days.
Menorrhagia is menstrual bleeding that extends more than normal time, usually more than 7 days. And this condition is generally a natural condition that occurs in one menstrual cycle of a woman, unless menorrhagia occurs repeatedly and successively in a subsequent menstrual cycle or cause complications in the patient's body, such as anemia or the body becomes weak, then the presence of menorrhagia need to be ascertained directly.
Some of the conditions below can cause menorrhagia, such as:
1. disorders of the female hormonal balance
2. infections of the reproductive system
5. blood clotting disorders
6. stress or anxiety
7. other underlying diseases, such as thyroid disorders, diabetes, chocolate cysts
To find out as early as possible the possible causes of prolonged menstruation, it is important to consult directly with a gynecologist, so that doctors can conduct interviews, physical examinations, and necessary investigations, such as blood tests, or radiological examinations. Treatment and treatment will be provided by a doctor in accordance with the results of the examination obtained, either by treatment to control female hormonal disorders, or treatment in accordance with perceived complaints.
Regarding the question you are asking, after the doctor has confirmed that there are no special medical conditions that cause your menstrual complaints to be prolonged, this condition is often caused by hormonal balance disorders; and this is often aggravated by stress or physical fatigue that you may experience several days / weeks before your period or during your period.
And if you already get medication or prescribing, then you should continue until the treatment has been given. When the primolut is used up, you can continue the tranexamin acid according to the recommended dosage. And if all the prescribed medicines are used up, but the complaints you feel are still disturbing, then you can immediately control back to the obstetrician who is treating you, so that the obstetrician can further evaluate your health condition or evaluate the treatment that has been given.
Re-bleeding may not be due to primolut, but may be due to your unbalanced hormonal condition. Therefore, during this period of treatment and treatment, you should also try to maintain stamina and prevent risk factors for this menstrual disorder, so that your condition gets better over time. Maintain stamina one of them by avoiding staying up late, avoiding physical fatigue, getting enough healthy food, and exercising regularly.
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