The body of every woman is different, so it is with the menstrual cycle, but the intensity of bleeding is that which one should pay the most attention to.
Many women due to ignorance or shame often keep silent when visiting the gynecologist about problems with the menstrual cycle, but these three must be shared.
- Heavy Menstruation
The body of every woman is different, so it is with the menstrual cycle, but the intensity of bleeding is that which one should pay the most attention to. If during the period you need to change the tampon within each hour, or if you use at least 10 pads a day, then you have excessive bleeding, for which you will have to do additional checkups.
- Too Long or Too Short Menstruation
The duration of bleeding varies. But the gynecologists advise to pay attention if you bleed more than 7 days or less than 2 days. In this case you have menstruation, which is unusually long or short, and it is necessary to examine why is this so.
During menstruation “peeling” of the lining of the uterus occurs, and therefore it can happen to see small clots, especially when the intensity of bleeding was greatest. However, if these clots are large and appear every day of the menstrual cycle, then you must seek advice from a gynecologist.