The main reasons for delayed menstruation (there are many reasons for menstrual failure)
The reasons for future menstruation include physiological factors and pathological factors. Physiological reasons are mainly pregnancy and excessive dieting. Pathological causes include tuberculous endometritis and lower genital tract atresia, or premature ovarian failure.
Normal women of childbearing age will have menstruation once a month, which usually lasts for 3-7 days. If menstruation does not come suddenly or menstruation is obviously delayed, it may be that there is an abnormality in the body, and it is necessary to find out the cause in time. So what is the reason for the future of menstruation?
1. Physiological reasons for menstrual cramps
If you are a woman of childbearing age and have a normal sex life, don’t pay attention Contraception, most likely because of pregnancy, menstruation does not come. One of the clinical symptoms after pregnancy is delayed menstruation. If the delay time exceeds 7-10 days, it can be detected with early pregnancy test paper.
2. Excessive dieting
Some women usually go on a diet in order to stay slim and control their weight. Proper dieting will not affect your health and can help you lose weight. However, if you go on a diet too much, it will affect the intake of nutrients, and it will also cause endocrine loss and resource adjustment, resulting in irregular menstruation or decreased menstrual flow.
2. Pathological causes of future menstruation
1. Tuberculous endometritis
When tuberculosis bacteria invade the endometrium, the lining of the uterus becomes inflamed and can cause varying degrees of damage, even scar tissue. This will make the menstrual flow less and less, and even lead to amenorrhea.
2. Lower genital atresia
Once the lower genital tract is atresia, menstruation will not come. Part of it is congenital atresia, and it may also be adhesive atresia caused by acquired injury. Although menstruation has come, menstrual blood does not come out.
3. Premature ovarian failure
The hormones secreted by the ovary will act on the endometrium, promote the growth of the endometrium, cause shedding and bleeding. If you suffer from premature ovarian failure, the ovaries cannot secrete hormones normally, the endometrium will not change, and menstruation will not occur naturally.