Chinese medicine teaches you to judge whether your menstruation is normal


Chinese medicine teaches you to judge whether your menstruation is normal

Guide: Menstruation is familiar and unfamiliar to every woman. Familiarity we have to experience a menstrual cycle every month. Unfamiliar women to a large extent do not know how menstruation is normal.


Menstrual cycle The average menstrual cycle of a woman is 28?
30 days, but some men come once every 40 days.

But as long as there is regularity, it is normal.

In addition, menstruation is easily affected by many factors, so early or late 3?
5 days is also normal.

If the menstrual cycle is 20 days this time, and the next time is 40 days, and this often happens, and some even come 1?
2 days, 1 more in 10 days?
2 days, lost the replacement, which belongs to irregular menstruation.

At first menarche, dysfunction and irregularity will occur because the ovaries have just developed and their functions are not perfect. This is not a pathological phenomenon.


The menstrual period (also called menstrual period) is about 2?
5 days.

The general rule of menstruation is that there is not much menstrual blood on the first day, and it increases on the second and third days, and then gradually decreases until the menstrual blood is clean.

This is because the endometrial replacement on the first day has just begun, the endometrial replacement on the second and third days has increased, the amount of bleeding has increased, the uterus has been stimulated, the contraction has been strengthened, and a large amount of menstrual blood has been expelled.

After the menstrual blood has been cleaned, some people come a little more after a day or two. It is commonly called “menstrual blood turning back.” This is not a disease or a normal phenomenon.

However, some women have periods of up to 10?
20 days, the menstrual cycle is endless; some menstrual periods are extremely short, just “a flash”.

Both phenomena are abnormal.


The amount of menstrual flow in women varies from person to person, usually 20?
100 ml.

Generally change 3 every day?
5 times a sanitary napkin or paper is normal.

If the amount of menstrual blood is too much, changing a sanitary napkin or paper will soon get wet again, and even menstrual blood will flow down the legs, which is abnormal.

Excessive menstrual blood may be functional uterine bleeding caused by factors such as excessive mental stress, environmental changes, malnutrition, and metabolic disorders.

Prolonged excessive menstrual blood can cause anemia, and the cause should be identified and treated.

Of course, if the menstrual flow is too small due to abnormal uterus, ovaries or systemic diseases, this condition is not normal, and you should seek medical treatment in time.

Adolescent girls have excessive menstrual periods.

The main reason is that during puberty, ovarian function is not yet fully mature, and the menstrual part at this time is anovulatory.

Without ovulation, there is no corpus luteum, without corpus luteum, progesterone is inevitable.

Therefore, the endometrium can only be in the proliferative phase and cannot reach the perfect secretory phase, so that incomplete endometrial replacement will affect the contraction of the uterus and cause excessive menstrual blood.

Severe conditions, if not noticed, over time, may appear pale, fatigue, dizziness and other anemia symptoms, should also seek medical treatment.


Normal menstrual blood is dark red, mixed with small fragments of endometrium, cervical mucus, vaginal epithelial cells, and no blood clots.

If your menstrual blood is as thin as water with only a little pink or purple instead of purple, it is not normal.

If the menstrual blood is completely clot, and it is not normal, there may be bleeding sites. Seek medical treatment early to ensure good health.