Viscous Blood During Menstruation Accompanied By Endometriosis Cyst Disease.?
sya evi’s name I am 21 years old and have no family. I have had endrometriosis cysts since … 3. During menstruation, the blood is thick and black. Is that okay “? And today I also feel pain, cramps in the lower abdomen … and I have not been back in control for 2 months.Please input and advice. Thank you
Good morning Evi, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Endometriosis is a condition when there is uterine tissue that grows outside the uterus. This tissue can grow in the ovary or ovary, intestine, the channel from the ovary to the uterus, vagina, or even in the channel to the anus. No one knows for certain why this condition can occur to someone. This condition is a problem because even though it grows outside the uterus, just like normal uterine tissue, this tissue can experience menstruation. This causes excessive abdominal cramps during menstruation, excessive blood volume, lower back pain, pain during bowel movements or urination, diarrhea, bloating, nausea and can cause infertility.
As for your case where the blood is thick and black, this can be caused by various things. It could be due to the direct impact of the condition of endometriosis itself, but it could also be caused by infection, injury, the effect of contraceptive use, pelvic inflammatory disease, or is a normal condition where the blood is old blood left over from last month's menstruation.
To be able to find out for sure, you must control and re-check yourself. Because information is needed whether or not there are other symptoms, how long your menstrual cycle, how long the pause and so forth to determine the origin of the dark blood. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, all you need to do is live a healthy life such as maintaining an ideal body weight, adjusting your diet, getting enough rest, avoiding stress and cigarette smoke, and maintaining overall bodily hygiene. So, hopefully answering your question.