What is ovulation bleeding (what is red during ovulation)?
When I met a girl with a normal menstrual period, when my aunt sent her away for a week, she had menstrual bleeding, and I would worry about something wrong with my body. In fact, it’s a very common ovulation bleeding that usually occurs with fatigue or mood swings. Ovulation bleeding is a normal physiological phenomenon and does not mean that there is any abnormality in health. How is this going? Today, the author will bring you a series of popular science knowledge. let’s see!
What is the bleeding during ovulation? ——As the name suggests, this is bleeding that occurs during ovulation. When the follicle ruptures, the body’s estrogen levels drop temporarily, causing some tissue on the uterine wall to fall off, causing menstrual-like bleeding. Some women who bleed lightly may have only a small amount of blood in their discharge. Girls who have lost a lot of blood may even use menstrual pads. Generally speaking, the amount of bleeding during ovulation is lower than that of normal menstruation, and the time should not exceed one week.
Can ovulation bleeding be treated? ——For the diagnosis of non-menstrual bleeding, professionals generally use the method of exclusion for diagnosis and treatment to exclude other gynecological diseases, endocrine abnormalities, and pregnancy-related causes. , and the bleeding symptoms occur just on the ovulation day, the amount is small and the time is not long, it will be considered or diagnosed as ovulation bleeding. Mild symptoms can be ignored, and severe symptoms can be regulated by oral growth hormone. So, don’t worry too much even if you meet them!
There are many reasons for non-menstrual bleeding, both physiological and pathological. If you can’t tell the cause of the bleeding, the safest thing to do is to seek professional help. If you don’t have time or it’s inconvenient to go to the hospital, you can go to Meiyou (a professional menstrual management software that can professionally predict menstruation) for online consultation. Professionals provide one-on-one professional consultation, and there are health management functions tailored for women!