Some Causes of Late Menstruation
Normally, menstruation or menstruation that occurs once a month because of the shedding of the unfertilized uterine wall. Because it is not fertilized, the uterine wall becomes “unused” and the body’s mechanisms will force it to collapse because a new uterine wall will soon form. This shedding will be in the form of dirty blood which will later come out of the vagina. That is the normal process of menstruation. Of course, for those of you who are late in your period, there must be something going on with the process of your uterine wall shedding. However, as mentioned earlier, this process is not always too late because the lining of your uterus is finally “used up” due to the conception that occurs. One common example of delayed shedding is physical health problems. When you are too tired because of your busy life. The mechanism for the formation of the new uterine wall will also be hampered. As a result, you will be late for your period or your menstruation will only last for a short time, then stop, then soon your menstruation will return. This is solely due to unfit physical conditions. There are also causes associated with hormonal problems. Surely you already know that women are more sensitive than men. Therefore, women tend to be more “moody”. This can also affect the pattern of your menstrual cycle. Take for example when you are stressed. There is a high probability, you will be late in your period or even skip the cycle. Then there is one more worrying cause, which is a disease in your uterus. Myomas and cysts are the most common. When disease grows in your uterus, it will certainly affect your monthly cycle.
What You Have To Do
Things you can do when you are late for your period is not to panic. Being calm will really help you think clearly and take the next steps. The second is to try to make your body and mind as relaxed as possible, such as getting plenty of rest, doing hobbies, taking vacations, and so on. When you are physically and mentally relaxed, your menstrual cycle will return to normal. However, you are also strongly advised to check with your doctor if the cycle is too late. It could be that you are really pregnant, or there is a disease in your uterus. Early treatment can really help you later.