• Wed. Feb 21st, 2024

Understand irregular menstruation, what should I do if I have irregular menstruation?

Irregular menstruation, also known as menstrual disorder, is a common disease among women. Its main symptoms include abnormal menarche (either too early or too late), abnormal menstrual cycle (early, late, irregular menstruation), abnormal menstrual period (menstruation) Prolonged menstrual period, too short menstrual period), abnormal menstrual blood volume (too much menstrual volume, too little menstrual volume, heavy and sometimes short menstruation), abnormal menstrual color and quality, etc. In addition, abnormal systemic conditions during menstruation or menstruation, such as premenstrual breast bloating, menstrual headache, menstrual blood vomiting, epistaxis, menstrual edema, menstrual diarrhea, menstrual insomnia, etc., also fall into the category of menstrual disorders. Therefore, any menstruation that is different from normal in terms of cycle, amount, color, quality, etc., and is accompanied by abnormal discomfort in other aspects of the body, is a menstrual disorder.

The diseases that cause menstrual disorders mainly include diseases of the reproductive endocrine system, such as genital inflammation, tumors, etc., which can cause menstrual disorders; diseases of the reproductive endocrine system, such as psychological amenorrhea, lead to endocrine disorders and sex hormone secretion. Abnormalities cause the cyclic changes of the ovaries and uterus to become abnormal, leading to menstrual disorders; anemia, hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, diabetes, tuberculosis, and obesity can also affect the normal function of the reproductive endocrine system, leading to menstrual disorders.

Menstrual irregularity directly affects pregnancy, so if the above changes occur, you must ask a doctor for examination and treatment. Before asking a doctor for examination, you should record the start and end dates of menstruation, the amount of bleeding (can be explained by the amount of paper), and measure the basal body temperature (measure the oral temperature when you have just woken up from a deep sleep, before getting up, or doing any physical activity). temperature), about 1 month, so that the doctor can detect the cause of irregular menstruation as soon as possible and take treatment measures.

If women of childbearing age have irregular menstruation, they should see a doctor as soon as possible and receive active treatment. Do not wait until they want to become pregnant before seeking treatment. Irregular menstruation will affect pregnancy.


This article is provided by Baidu Reading and is excerpted from \”Three Months Before Pregnancy – Pregnancy Preparation Period\” Author: Wang Liru

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