Under normal circumstances, the menstrual cycle is 21 ~ 35 days, and it is normal for about 7 days in advance or after pushing.If you still have no menstruation after more than 7 days, this is judged to delay menstruation.The possibility of menstrual delay first excludes pregnancy, and it may also be related to excessive diet weight loss, too strong mental stress, high emotional tightness, and staying up late, but always delayed menstruation, which may increase the risk of female infertility.
The endometrium is affected by estrogen and progesterone.Under normal circumstances, the menstrual cycle is 21 ~ 35 days, and menstruation is still not available for more than 35 days, indicating that the menstrual cycle is prolonged. Such patients cannot ovulate normally, thereby increasing the risk of infertility.Usually the endometrium hyperplasia in the first half of the menstrual period, menstruation is always delayed to extend the endometrium hyperplasia period, causing the endometrium to continue to be stimulated by estrogen. Over time, the endometrium is abnormal hyperplasia and even develops cancer.
1. Polycystic ovary syndrome
The polycystic ovarian syndrome is a common endocrine disease. Its main characteristic is menstrual disorders. At the same time, it is accompanied by faces that breed acne, strong body hair, body obesity, and insulin resistance.
2. Disease with thyroid disease
Hyperthyroidism and hyperthyroidism are internal secretion diseases. If it is always allowed to affect the menstrual cycle, as long as the disease is actively controlled, the menstruation can gradually return to normal.
3. Excessive exercise
Frequent strenuous exercise or too thin body will reduce the level of estrogen and luteum ketones that regulate menstrual periods, which leads to menstrual disorders or amenorrhea.In this case, the diet structure should be adjusted to provide sufficient energy for the body, supplement calcium appropriately, and reduce the amount of exercise.
4. Uterine fibroids
Although uterine fibroids are benign lesions, it is easy to cause pelvic pain, increase lower abdomen pressure, increase the increase in menstruation or endless menstruation, and even cause anemia. When there is the above symptoms, uterine fibroids should be removed through surgery.
5. Too much pressure
Long -term carrying huge pressure can stimulate insulin and cortisol secretion, disturb the communication between the brain and ovaries, and then affect the menstrual cycle.
6. Place the in -palace for birth device
Placing the intrauterine in the palace in the palace can reduce menstrual blood or delay menstruation, causing the menstrual cycle to be prolonged.However, as the body gradually adapts to the breeding device, the menstruation will slowly return to normal.
7. The way of contraception changes
After changes in contraceptive methods such as in -palace or drugs, it will affect the level of hormone in the body, which is reflected in menstruation. The main symptoms are continuous vaginal bleeding.
After women entering the menopause, ovarian function gradually declines, and the horizontal secretion of estrogen and progesterone in the body has gradually decreased, making irregular menstruation, so that menstruation stops completely.
Regardless of whether you are planning to prepare for pregnancy, if you frequently delay your frequent menstruation, you should go to the hospital for examination and treatment in time.You should always keep your mental pleasure, avoid excessive emotional fluctuations, and prevent mental stimulation.Keep the external genital hygiene and cleaning, and cannot have the same room during menstruation.Pay attention to the body to keep warm, prevent cold stimulation, avoid excessive fatigue, and pay attention to the combination of work and rest.Refuse to eat cold and cold food, drink more warm water, and keep the feces unobstructed.
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