What Causes Abdominal Pain And Excessive Bleeding During Menstruation On The Third Day?
3-day menstruation accompanied by abdominal pain and excessive bleeding
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Menstruation is a condition of blood loss from the female genitals that occurs due to the uterine lining decay because there is no fertilization that occurs in the female reproductive organs. Menstruation occurs in cycles generally once a month. The duration of a normal menstrual cycle is 21-35 days with a normal menstrual duration is 2-7 days. During menstruation symptoms of abdominal pain such as abdominal cramps or lower abdominal pain, accompanied by bleeding from a woman's genitals.
Menstruation within 3 days is still within the normal range, menstrual abnormalities such as excessive bleeding need to be explored further. Excessive bleeding during menstruation is also called menorrhagia. Normally daily menstrual bleeding occurs as much as 30-40 mL. Excessive bleeding in menstruation can be said when bleeding exceeds 60 mL. It can also be marked by changing pads frequently (can change pads completely within 1-2 hours).
Causes of menorrhagia include:
Pelvic inflammation due to infection in the female reproductive organs. Benign tumors of the female reproductive organs. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome / PCOS. Endometriosis, endometrial tissue grows outside the uterus. Adenomyosis, which is the growth of endometrial tissue into the uterine muscle wall. Hypothyroidism, a condition in which the thyroid gland is unable to produce enough thyroid hormone. Cervical polyps / uterine polyps. Disorders of the ovary, which can cause the hormone cycle and the process of ovulation does not occur as it should. Blood clotting disorders. Drug side effects, such as anti-inflammatory drugs, hormone drugs, anticoagulants, and the use of birth control pills or IUD (intrauterine contraceptive devices). Cancer, such as cervical or cervical cancer. If there are abnormalities in your menstrual cycle, it is advisable to control your doctor or obstetrician regarding your condition for examination and management according to your condition after the examination. In the examination can be carried out supporting examinations such as blood tests or ultrasound to see the condition of the reproductive organs and abnormalities that can cause excessive bleeding. Avoid using self-medication without doctor's instructions, do a healthy and sufficient diet, adequate rest.
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