Why Is My Period Late For A Month But The Test Results Are Always Negative Pack?
The doctor wants to ask,
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Menstruation is a condition of blood loss from the female genitals that occurs due to uterine lining. Menstruation occurs due to thickening of the uterine wall cyclic / occurs in cycles, generally occurs once a month or in the normal range of 21 days to 35 days.
There are several abnormalities in menstruation that need to be known, including:
Menstrual cycles that are too short (<21 days) are also called polimenorrhea. Menstrual cycles that are too long (> 35 days) are also called oligomenorrhea. Excessive menstrual bleeding, up to 60-80 mL a day, or can replace pads 1-2 hours. Bleeding that occurs outside the menstrual cycle, also called metrorrhagia. Pain in menstruation (dysmenorrhea), can occur differently for each individual for the intensity of pain experienced. If there are abnormalities in menstruation such as bleeding outside the menstrual cycle can be caused by disorders of the hormonal system or female reproductive organs. For more information about the causes of bleeding outside the cycle, you can access a similar discussion about bleeding outside the menstrual cycle at this link.
To know for certain what conditions you are experiencing, it is advisable to visit a doctor or obstetrician regarding your condition to be examined and managed according to your condition. Avoid using self-medication without doctor's instructions.
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