Menstrual Disorders - Vera Coeg

Menstrual Disorders

Menstruation is the discharge of blood from the vagina as a form of every woman's monthly cycle.Disturbances of menstruation or menstruation is one indication that the health condition in the body is in a bad state.

Menstrual Disorders

There are several types of menstrual disorders that can occur in women, including:

1. Menorrhagia is a menstrual disorder in the form of excessive or excessive menstrual bleeding, which interferes with daily activities. To change pads every hour, you must use two pads to 

accommodate bleeding, waking up while sleeping because you have to change pads again which are full quickly, experiencing symptoms of anemia, removing blood clots for more than one day. This includes the duration of menstruation which lasts more than normal menstruation, which is more than 7 days.

2. Metrorrhagia is irregular bleeding between menstrual cycles.

3. Amenorrhea is the absence of menstruation for 3 months or more.

4. Oligomenorrhea is menstruation that rarely occurs, with cycles of more than 35 days or menstruation less than 8-9 times within a year.

5. Dysmenorrhea is a condition in which women experience pain during menstruation, generally on the first and second day of menstruation. Symptoms include pain or cramps in the 

lower abdomen that persist and sometimes spread to the lower back and thighs. The pain can also be accompanied by headaches, nausea, and vomiting.

6. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a collection of physical and emotional symptoms that appear a few days or a week before menstruation as well as psychological complaints such as mood changes, feeling anxious and restless.

7. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a more severe form of PMS, with symptoms that are more intense and affect quality of life, which can include anxiety, difficulty sleeping, overeating, difficulty concentrating, depression, feeling weak and without energy, until ideas or desires arise. to kill myself.

Treatment for each type of 

menstrual disorder is different, depending on the cause.

Therefore, you are advised to see a doctor to get the appropriate treatment. Handling menstrual disorders can be in the form of administering drugs to surgery.

Menstrual disturbances that occur only occasionally are usually classified as normal and are nothing to worry about.

However, if the symptoms appear frequently and have been going on for a long time, you are advised to get rid of them immediately consult a doctor.


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