Hysteroscopy is the most informative and high-tech method of not only diagnosing, but also treating many diseases of the female reproductive system.
Recovery after this procedure takes place individually. Especially often women are interested in the question, in how many days menstrual flow will come.
This article will tell you about when monthly periods after hysteroscopy usually resume.
What is hysteroscopy?
Hysteroscopy refers to a diagnostic method often used in gynecology. With its help, the state of the uterine cavity is evaluated, inflammatory processes, neoplasms, tumors are detected. During the procedure, the doctor uses a hysteroscope equipped with optics, which helps to examine tissues under magnification, thereby increasing the value of the method.
In addition, hysteroscopy has the following types, which differ from the purpose of the event:
- microhysteroscopy, which involves establishing the state of the uterus at the cellular level, without damaging the organ,
- diagnostic, which also does not damage the examined tissues, helps to establish the diagnosis, find out the presence of tumors and pathologies,
- The hysteroresectoscopy method, which is used to eliminate small pathological neoplasms, refers to a low-impact intervention performed using local anesthesia,
- diagnostic and subsequent curettage is used as an operational method to help eliminate polyps and myomas, is performed by means of general anesthesia,
- the control is usually performed as a method that helps to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment process, to detect whether there are any complications in a timely manner.
Failure of the menstrual cycle does not occur after each type of hysteroscopy. If a low-impact method is used that does not damage the uterine epithelium, then usually menstrual periods arrive in a timely manner.
In what cases the menstrual cycle is broken?
When a surgical intervention is performed through this method, which damages the integrity of the tissue, the cycle may be disrupted. In addition, the appearance of such failures is possible as a result of:
- Infection that occurred during manipulation. There are cases of this situation during simultaneous hystero and laparoscopic intervention.
- Endometrial thinning during the intervention.
- Stress, as any intervention refers to nervous tension.
- Hormonal failure. Sometimes, after a RFD with hysteroscopy, the hormones are disturbed in a woman. It takes some time to recover.
Often, nervous tension before the upcoming procedure causes a subsequent menstrual failure.
Possible types of menstrual failure
Many patients are interested in when the menstrual flow after the procedure. Minor deviations are the norm if the monthly occur independently. However, if the nature of the discharge significantly changes from the usual, then consultation with a gynecologist with subsequent treatment is required. Most often failures can be in the following forms.
Usually after hysteroscopic manipulation, gynecologists warn of the possibility of delaying menstruation. But often, against the background of the stressful situation to which this study relates, monthly periods are delayed a week later than the estimated time. However, neither their character nor the duration should have any significant differences from the usual for a woman's cycle.
How much can you get pregnant after hysteroscopy?
When hysteroscopy is performed simultaneously with curettage, then the subsequent cycle delay is normal. Moreover, the delay period is usually equal to how many days have passed from the end of the month to the procedure.
Most often, spotting begins after a month after the date of the intervention. If after this period, menstruation does not appear every other day, then a visit to the gynecologist is required.
Since this condition may require remedial measures, it is often caused by a spasm of the cervix of the uterine cavity, which prevents the discharge of blood to come out. This pathology needs early detection and treatment. Most often, in order to fully recover from the intervention, the woman will need a month, after which the discharge appears.
Increase the period of discharge
That, how much time goes monthly allocation does not apply to a sign of a pathological phenomenon. Most often, their duration is a feature of the female body for manipulation.
When her periods go and what their duration will be, it influences the state of women's health, how many births, abortions she has, and whether there are urinary and genital infections.
If long-term discharge is accompanied by pain, the general condition of the woman changes, the nature of the menses changes, then you should immediately consult a gynecologist for advice.
Early onset of menses
Most often, if the monthly come earlier than the prescribed period, then it comes from stress and emotional unrest. In this situation, you should observe the general condition in order to timely detect the presence of uterine bleeding, which may be due to inflammatory processes. With a similar development of events, painful periods are accompanied by discomfort in the lower abdomen.
Change in volume of discharge
Patients often have scanty periods after hysteroscopy, and this refers to the norm. The reason for this situation is taking away a piece of tissue for analysis. During the elapsed time, as a rule, the tissue does not have time to fully recover.
In this situation, there are brown discharge. When their color darkens, the temperature rises, the state of health worsens, pain appears in the lower abdomen, this may indicate the presence of a developed infection that needs medical intervention.
The amount of menstrual flow is very individual for each patient.
If after hysteroscopy, there are very abundant periods with clots that require a change of gaskets in just 2–3 hours, a decrease in hemoglobin level occurs, the blood pressure decreases, weakness appears, lethargy, then an immediate visit to a doctor is required. Only he will be able to correctly determine the cause of this condition, prescribe a treatment that reduces blood loss.
Important! If a woman has a copious menstruation that has passed into bleeding, then urgent hospitalization is required.
Most often in patients who have undergone hysteroscopy, the onset of menses occurs at the appropriate time. However, when the procedure is accompanied by scraping, a slight glitch appears.
The norm is considered when the discharge came after 4 weeks, and the cycle resumes after 60 days.
If after the procedure more than 3 months the cycle is not restored, then this is a reason to visit the gynecologist.
When do menstruations come after hysteroscopy?
When hysteroscopy is performed as a diagnostic, it does not affect the change in the menstrual cycle. Since the procedure is done in the period of the smallest thickness of the endometrium. The maximum delay varies from 2 to 3 days.
It directly depends on the individuality of the woman.
If the intervention was carried out as a surgical method that injures uterine tissues, then the patient may have a delayed period, which is explained by artificially caused detachment of the mucous membrane and trauma to the uterine cavity.
Menstruation, which occurred after surgery, can last for a longer time, about 3 weeks, which also depends on the body's response to the intervention. In some patients, failures are observed only in the first days, afterwards everything falls into place. However, many suffer from longer failures.
Taking into account the fact that during hysteroscopy a part of the endometrium is removed, the day when the procedure is performed, begins to be considered the beginning of the menstrual cycle
Despite the fact that some have a slight delay, while others last for several weeks, the operation does not affect the change in hormonal levels. The duration of the recovery period depends on the presence of concomitant diseases in women.
Hysteroscopy refers to the modern diagnostic and therapeutic method of diseases of the female reproductive system, which does not pose a risk to the health of a woman.
The duration of the recovery period after the procedure is directly affected by the general condition of the patient.
When will monthly after hysteroscopy
Surgical intervention in the female genital system can cause a different reaction of the body. Often, after such manipulations, the menstrual cycle fails, and the discharge becomes scarce or abundant. It is worth analyzing in more detail how the female body behaves after hysteroscopy.
Hysteroscopy is a diagnostic medical procedure that is often used in gynecology.
It is used to determine the state of the internal cavity of the uterus and the cervical canal, helps to confirm the presence of a tumor, inflammation, pathological formations on the mucous membrane.
During the manipulation use a special device - a hysteroscope, which is equipped with optical equipment. It allows you to consider the tissue of the uterus under high magnification, which makes the procedure valuable in the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological diseases.
Depending on the purpose, the following types of hysteroscopy are distinguished:
- Diagnostic. The procedure takes place without damaging the tissues of the uterus, allows you to confirm the diagnosis, detect pathology and tumors in the organ cavity
- Microhysteroscopy. It involves the determination of the state of the tissues of the uterus at the cellular level without damaging the organ
- Hysteroresectoscopy. It helps to identify and remove small pathological lesions in the uterus, suggests low-impact intervention under local anesthesia. This is an effective method of treatment of various pathologies of the body.
- Diagnostic hysteroscopy with scraping. Surgical manipulation involves the diagnosis of diseases of the uterus and their elimination (fibroids, polyps). The procedure is performed under general anesthesia.
- Control hysteroscopy. Manipulation is assigned to the patient, if necessary, to monitor the therapy process, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment regimen, in time to identify the development of complications and relapses
Not every type of hysteroscopy will lead to a failure of the menstrual cycle. Manipulation of a diagnostic nature does not imply damage to the tissues of the uterus. In this case, the monthly should go in due time.
Any surgical intervention leads to damage to the integrity of the tissues of the uterine cavity. Then there may be a violation of the menstrual cycle, which develops for the following reasons:
- Infection during manipulation or in the postoperative period
- Endometrial thinning during the procedure
- Stress. Any surgery - stressful situation for the body
- Hormonal disbalance. If hysteroscopy is used during curettage to terminate a pregnancy, then significant hormonal disturbances occur. It will take some time to restore the natural balance.
After hysteroscopy, gynecologists warn of a possible delay of menstruation. Usually for complete recovery of the body of a woman after the procedure, 1 month is enough, but there are exceptions.
The study is a stressful situation for every woman, so menstrual flow can come 2 weeks later than the expected date. However, their duration and nature should not differ from the usual cycle.
If hysteroscopy is accompanied by curettage, then there is normally a slight cycle delay for a period that is equal to the number of days from the last menstrual discharge to the date of the manipulation. Usually spotting appears 28-30 days after hysteroscopy.
If menstruation does not start 7 weeks after the procedure, then you need to visit a doctor. This condition requires special therapy. The cause of the disorder may be the appearance of a spasm of the cervix, which does not allow blood to go out. This condition has serious consequences, requires timely diagnosis and treatment.
Changes in the duration of menstrual flow is not a sign of serious pathology. The reason for this condition is the individual reaction of the female body to surgery.
The duration of menstruation is determined by the state of health of the woman, the number of abortions or childbirth, the presence of the pathology of the urogenital system.
If prolonged menstruation is accompanied by pain, a change in the nature of the discharge, a deterioration in general well-being, then a gynecologist’s consultation is necessary.
Monthly came earlier
Stressful situations and emotional disturbances make significant adjustments to the regularity of the menstrual cycle. This becomes the main cause of early onset of menstrual flow.
In such a case, it is necessary to monitor the state of health in order to determine in time the uterine bleeding as a result of inflammation of the tissues of the uterus.
The bleeding may be accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen or in the lumbar region.
Menstruation volume changes
Often patients note scanty periods after hysteroscopy. This condition is considered normal, in such a situation it is not worth panic.
The reason for this phenomenon is the collection of endometrial tissue during a surgical procedure that does not have time to recover to the appearance of menstruation.
However, if a scanty discharge is dark in color, accompanied by a deterioration of general well-being, fever, pain in the lower abdomen, then infection may develop. In this case, you need specialist advice.
An alarming sign is the appearance of heavy periods. If menstrual flow requires a change of gasket every 2-3 hours, reduce hemoglobin levels, blood pressure, cause weakness, then you need to contact a gynecologist. You should not resort to self-treatment, because only an experienced doctor will be able to normalize the condition and reduce blood loss. If bleeding occurs, women are hospitalized. In most women, menstruation after hysteroscopy comes on time. But sometimes the procedure with scraping can lead to minor failures. Normally, the familiar cycle should recover after 2-3 months after surgery. If, after diagnostic curettage, bleeding is absent for more than 12 weeks, then you should consult a doctor. A competent gynecologist after performing hysteroscopy should tell the woman about the alarming symptoms that may appear during the first menstrual discharge. The main reason for the development of complications is the violation by the woman of the prescribed regimen. The following symptoms should alert the woman:
Failures in the menstrual cycle
What to do in case of deviations
If menstrual flow requires a change of gasket every 2-3 hours, reduce hemoglobin levels, blood pressure, cause weakness, then you need to contact a gynecologist.
You should not resort to self-treatment, because only an experienced doctor will be able to normalize the condition and reduce blood loss. If bleeding occurs, women are hospitalized.
In most women, menstruation after hysteroscopy comes on time. But sometimes the procedure with scraping can lead to minor failures. Normally, the familiar cycle should recover after 2-3 months after surgery. If, after diagnostic curettage, bleeding is absent for more than 12 weeks, then you should consult a doctor.
A competent gynecologist after performing hysteroscopy should tell the woman about the alarming symptoms that may appear during the first menstrual discharge. The main reason for the development of complications is the violation by the woman of the prescribed regimen. The following symptoms should alert the woman:
The development of these symptoms requires an immediate consultation with the doctor, additional diagnostics, treatment prescriptions.
Types of hysteroscopy
Today it is difficult to imagine the diagnosis of diseases of the reproductive organs of women without hysteroscopy. It is used to identify the gynecological pathology by the endoscopic method in most clinics. Monthly after hysteroscopy should not be delayed.
Depending on the goals and objectives of the functional diagnostics, distinguish such options hysteroscopy:
1. Diagnostic. It involves a visual inspection of the inner surface of the uterus with the help of optical instruments. This procedure allows you to identify the pathological processes of the endometrium and uterine cavity.
Во время такого исследования не нарушается целостность слизистой оболочки матки.
2. Surgical. This endoscopic intervention allows the surgical treatment of various diseases of the uterus and cervical canal.
It is used to successfully remove endometriotic heterotopies, polyps, and myomatous nodes.
3. Control. It is performed for the purpose of dynamic observation of the course of treatment.
This examination allows to determine the degree of its effectiveness, timely record the recurrence of the disease, monitor the condition of the uterine mucosa after surgical treatment or conservative therapy.
Different types of hysteroscopes, which differ in size and degree of magnification, help to assess the condition of the endometrium, as well as carry out microscopic diagnostics after obtaining biological material intended for histological examination. Using microhysteroscopy, you can perform highly efficient endoscopic operations, which are possible due to the multiple magnification of the image. After this type of hysteroscopy, menstruation may occur earlier than the expected time.
Since the cervical canal does not pass the tube of the hysteroscope, it has to be expanded with Gegar extenders.
A sterile fluid or carbon dioxide is injected into the uterine cavity in order to better see the relief of the endometrium.
As a means for stretching the uterus, doctors usually use a physiological solution of sodium chloride, dextran, dextrose, sterile distilled water or sorbitol.
Indications and contraindications for hysteroscopy
Diagnostic hysteroscopy is performed in case of suspected such uterus pathology:
- endometrial polyp,
- submucous uterine myoma,
- intrauterine constriction,
- endometrial hyperplasia,
- various defects of the anatomical structure of the uterus,
- suspicion of perforation of the uterine wall or the presence of a foreign body in its cavity,
- suspected malignant neoplasm
- signs of an intrauterine fistula,
- synechia in the uterus.
Quite often, such an examination is prescribed for infertility.
Hysteroscopy on the eve of in vitro fertilization makes it possible to assess the state of the uterus, to identify pathologies that may impede the implantation of the embryo, to make sure that the organ is physiologically ready for the IVF procedure.
Relative indications for hysteroscopy may be irregular menstruation, bleeding from the genitals, miscarriage and the need to monitor the effectiveness of hormonal therapy.
Surgical hysteroscopy is performed on uterine and cervical polyps, myomatous nodes located in the submucous layer of the myometrium, adenomyosis.
It is carried out to remove remnants of the intrauterine device, fetal egg, foreign bodies.
Also an effective method of treatment, which minimizes damage to the tissues of the uterus, is laser ablation, which is also performed using a hysteroscope.
If there are the following contraindications, hysteroscopy should not be performed:
- cervical stenosis,
- heavy uterine bleeding,
- acute inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs,
- malignant neoplasm of the cervix,
- the third and fourth degree of purity of the vagina.
If you perform a hysteroscopy, neglecting the fact that there are contraindications, then after it serious complications may develop that are unsafe for the woman. Monthly after hysteroscopy in this case may occur with a delay or be excessively abundant.
Preparation for hysteroscopy
On the eve of hysteroscopy, the patient is carried out a pelvic exam. It allows the doctor to determine what the condition of the vagina and cervix is. Also, the gynecologist takes a smear from the vagina for bacteriological and cytological examination.
Also, the woman must provide the results of a general analysis of blood and urine, coagulation, blood group and Rh factor, RW, the presence of an antibody titer to hepatitis C and B, as well as the causative agent of HIV (AIDS). She is given an electrocardiogram and fluorography.
After that, the patient is examined by a therapist who, if necessary, prescribes consultations of narrow specialists.
In order to avoid complications of the postoperative period after hysteroscopy, I recommend that the woman should follow these rules:
- do not use vaginal suppositories, pills and sprays during the one week preceding the procedure,
- refrain from intimacy for two days before hysteroscopy,
- do not take alcoholic beverages on the eve of the survey,
- refuse to take medicines that are not recommended by the doctor.
Depending on the presence of a particular pathology, hysteroscopy is performed in different phases of the woman's menstrual cycle. If the procedure was prescribed for the diagnosis of uterine fibroids, then the study should be carried out several days after the end of menstruation. In the second phase of the cycle, the study is conducted to diagnose endometriosis and identify the causes of infertility.
The postoperative period
In most cases, hysteroscopy is fairly easily tolerated by patients. Diagnostic hysteroscopy is rarely accompanied by uterine bleeding or painful sensations. She does not require any rehabilitation measures.
After surgical hysteroscopy, the patient for some time requires medical supervision. She is prescribed anti-inflammatory combination drugs for the prevention of bacterial infections. Additionally, the doctor assesses the nature of the discharge after hysteroscopy. Most often they are bloody and scarce, and after a while they stop on their own.
To relieve pain in the perineum or lower abdomen, doctors recommend that patients in the first days after hysteroscopy take anesthetic pain medications. Analgesics can be taken only in the case of pronounced pain syndrome. Minor pains that may occur after hysteroscopy, go away on their own within a couple of days.
A woman after hysteroscopy should follow these recommendations:
1) refrain from coitus for a couple of weeks after hysteroscopy, 2) refrain from using tampons and vaginal suppositories for the same period of time, 3) refrain from taking a bath, visiting a bath, a sauna, or swimming in a pool.
The first menstruation after hysteroscopy may begin in 25-50 days. A woman should pay attention to the nature of the discharge. In that case, if they become abundant, and their color or consistency has changed, this can be a sign of a pathological process in the uterine cavity.
The sharp smell of the first menstrual period after hysteroscopy usually indicates inflammation in the uterus, and in combination with black discharge, often indicates endometriosis. If a surgical operation was performed during hysteroscopy, then the first day of menstruation is considered this day.
After hysteroscopy, the first periods last longer than usual. The reason for this is damage to the endometrium.
If you need to perform hysteroscopy, contact the clinic "Center IVF" in Yekaterinburg. Our procedure is carried out by experienced specialists with extensive experience in performing diagnostic and operational procedures. We assist patients with many gynecological diseases and observe them in the postoperative period.
Features of the month after hysteroscopy
Hysteroscopy is one of the most informative and innovative methods of diagnosis, it is also used as a treatment method for various diseases of female genital organs.
The body's reaction to the conduct of this intervention is purely individual. Most often, patients are interested in when, after a hysteroscopic examination, they will have new menses.
This article deals with the onset of critical days after hysteroscopy.
Is it possible to do hysteroscopy during menstruation?
Hysteroscopy is prescribed at the time when it is easiest to examine the uterine cavity using an optical device. Usually this period falls on the last day regul. But there are situations when intervention needs to be made urgently, then monthly are not a hindrance to the operation.
With menstruation, it is better to spend it on their first day, when the discharge is not too intense, and the growth of the endometrium has just begun.
The final decision on the date of the operation is made by the attending physician, who selects the best moment for himself when the structure of the patient’s uterine cavity is as accessible as possible for visualization.
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If the procedure is prescribed to women suffering from various gynecological disorders during menopause, when their menstrual function is already complete, hysteroscopy can be performed on any day.
What may be failures
Most often, the days after a hysteroscopic intervention are critically critical and deviate insignificantly in parameters from the normal course. In cases where the nature of menstruation after hysteroscopy has changed significantly, you should definitely consult on this issue with a specialist. It may need additional diagnostics and treatment of the resulting complications.
Doctors before surgery warn that the onset of menstruation after hysteroscopy may be slightly delayed, but not more than a week. However, their nature and duration should not change.
Delay of menstruation can cause hysteroscopy, combined with curettage. The delay period is usually equal to the period from the completion of the previous regulations to the day of the procedure.
Typically, critical days occur at the end of the month after hysteroscopy. If this does not happen, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist, because only he can establish the true reasons for the delay of menstruation.
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The most common reason that menstruation arrived prematurely is stress and anxiety.
The operation itself is a stressful situation for a woman, therefore, against the background of emotional surges, one should not miss the pathological symptoms that may indicate that the early regulula began due to inflammation or illness. If it is not menstrual, but uterine bleeding, then there may additionally be pain in the lower abdomen.
Prevention of complications after hysteroscopy
To prevent possible complications after surgery, sexual tranquility should be observed for 3 days (with a diagnostic study) or 4 weeks (with surgical intervention). Doctors recommend to avoid heavy physical exertion, do not lift weights, do not overcool and do not overheat.
If the body temperature rises, there is pain in the lower abdomen and bloody discharge with an unpleasant odor from the vagina, it is possible that an infection occurred during or after the operation, which means that you should immediately consult a doctor and follow all of its instructions.
The recovery period of the uterus and the body as a whole after surgery depends largely on the patient herself and her desire to follow all the medical recommendations.
Features of menstruation after hysteroscopy
Hysteroscopy is an extremely important modern procedure for the diagnosis and treatment of a number of gynecological diseases. Through this event, it is possible to eliminate in detail the pathology, examine the uterus and combat the causal factors that caused infertility.
Whether it is worth holding this event, the specialist decides, guided by the presence of the testimony and their ratio to the probable harm of the event. But the last word, as in a number of other situations, remains with the patient. One of the key factors that can be observed during the implementation of the procedure is the changed monthly after hysteroscopy.
Consider the causes of fluctuations in the cycle and features of the fight against the consequences of this event.
Briefly about the hysteroscopy procedure
Hysteroscopy is a manipulative treatment of diagnostic nature, which allows to make a visual assessment of the uterus and determine the presence / absence of pathological processes within it. Through the survey methodology can be detected:
- anomalies of the structure of the body,
- the need for an operation
- pathologies present,
- foreign objects.
Hysteroscopy is an endoscopic examination method and is performed using a hysteroscope by trained professional. If we consider the literal translation of the procedure from the Greek language, it looks like “examine the uterus”. Manipulation can be diagnostic and therapeutic, depending on the purpose of the exercise.
In the first case, the task is not only a detailed examination of the surface of the uterus, but also the collection of the endometrium for biopsy. In the second situation, the doctor performs surgery aimed at removing the pathological formations.
Therefore, it is not surprising that the periods after hysteroscopy change, their cycle is updated, and the nature of the discharge itself may also be subject to change.
Depending on the purpose, hysteroscopy can be, as already mentioned, diagnostic and healing. Diagnosis is necessary in order to identify body problems and further decisions on their elimination.
The medical process starts immediately after examining the internal uterine cavity, it is traditionally aimed at surgical intervention in order to eliminate polyps, resect fibroids, eliminate adhesions. Another type of event is the control type of operations, it is carried out after a certain time period (usually 6 months) after intrauterine procedures.
In order for the operation to be carried out qualitatively, it is necessary to expand the uterus, as well as to ensure the full expansion of the walls of the uterus. To do this, in the uterine cavity input media.
The effect of the event on the menstrual cycle
Monthly after hysteroscopy may be subject to change. If they are small and short in time, this is normal. This condition passes without external intervention in a few weeks.
If the menstrual flow has enormous differences from the usual discharge, you should consult with your doctor and take urgent therapeutic measures.
There are several conditions that can be encountered after the event.
Delay of menstruation
Gynecologists, undertaking the implementation of this procedure, seek to immediately warn the patient that there is a chance of delay.
Traditionally, a full-fledged recovery process requires one month for the female body, but, as elsewhere, there are certain exceptions in this situation.
The study acts as a stressful situation, so menstruation after hysteroscopy may come 1-2 or even 3 weeks later than expected. But their duration and consistency should be the same as under normal condition.
If this process is accompanied by curettage, the normal state is a change in the cycle, equal in the number of days to the period starting from the last month and finishing the date of the procedure. As a rule, the first discharge of blood appears after 30 days.
If critical days have not come during the 7-week period, this should be a serious reason to visit the attending specialist, because the condition requires the need for a therapeutic process.
Occasionally, serious conditions in the form of cervical spasm, which does not have the best effects, act as a causative factor of such changes.
If the duration of the flow of menstruation is subject to change, this may be the norm and not act as a sign of a serious pathological process. The cause of this condition is the personal response of the woman’s body to the surgical process.
How long a period is taken by menstruation is determined by the state of women's health, the number of abortions performed or the generic process, the presence / absence of pathologies.
If prolonged critical days are followed by pain and changes in the consistency of the discharge, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist.
Early arrival of menstruation
Monthly after removal of the uterus may also come ahead of schedule. The fact is that due to stress and anxiety, various adjustments occur in the menstrual cycle, in particular, its regularity changes.
This factor is the key reason for the early start of “these” days. In such a situation, it is necessary to ensure regular monitoring of your own well-being in order to timely determine uterine bleeding or the inflammatory process.
In such situations, "cases" may be accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen and lower back.
Changes in the amount of monthly
Often, patients find, instead of the usual discharge, scanty discharge of blood. Такое положение вещей может считаться абсолютно нормальным, поэтому оно не стоит паники.
The key causative factor of this phenomenon is the fact that a specialist made a collection of endometrial tissues during the procedure, so she does not have time to recover.
If the scanty discharge is dark, and is also accompanied by a deterioration in the general condition of the patient, fever, pain, there is a possibility of an infectious process. An urgent need to consult with a specialist.
The emergence of abundant menstruation acts as an alarm signal for every woman.
If during critical days a woman is forced to change the gasket every 2-3 hours, and there is also a decrease in blood pressure, a sign of weakness, this is a serious reason to see a doctor.
In no case should not begin self-treatment, because only by an experienced specialist can achieve a normal state and reduce blood loss. If you turn to a good doctor, your period will be adjusted.
Why is a violation of the menstrual cycle
Any surgical intervention entails damage to tissue integrity. In this case, the menstrual cycle will be broken. This condition manifests itself for the following reasons:
- probable infection during or after the manipulation,
- endometrial layer thinning that occurred during the procedure,
- stressful and depressed states and situations
- hormonal disruptions (especially if the manipulation was carried out in order to terminate the pregnancy).
All these reasons are extremely significant for the body and are designed to have a serious impact on it.
When to expect the appearance of menstruation
If the event is carried out for diagnostic purposes, its outcome will in no way affect the state of the menstrual cycle. This condition occurs almost immediately after the manipulation. During this time period, the endometrium has a small thickness indicator.
Usually, after such an event, critical days go on time or with a maximum delay of 2-3 days. This time period is dependent on the individual characteristics of the woman’s body. Surgical intervention, under the influence of which changes have occurred, may have a more significant impact on the periods of menstruation.
This can be explained by the artificial process of endometrial detachment and the injury of the uterine walls.
The menstruation that occurred after the operation lasts about 3 weeks. Sometimes this period may be longer. When it comes, it is dependent on the personal response of the body to the operation.
In some women, failure occurs only in the first days, and then the state returns to normal. At the same time, some of the fair sex are forced to suffer from longer failures.
If we consider that during this event the endometrium is removed, then the day of surgery is considered the first day of the new cycle.
After the procedure is completed, a new layer is created, after its maturation a new menstrual cycle comes into play.
Some women see only a slight shift in time - only a few days, while other women have a delay for weeks.
But since the operation does not affect the state of the hormonal background, the cycle normalizes over several months. How quickly this happens is dependent on the presence in the history of a number of diseases.
Probable complications after the procedure
Hysterectomy is an event that can cause certain difficulties and difficulties.
Bleeding starting as critical days. This process can cause a state of anemia. In this case, there is a reduction in the amount of hemoglobin, as well as an insufficient supply of oxygen to the organs. To this state is added a few more signs, consisting of dizziness, general weakness and loss of strength.
The occurrence of poor blood discharge. Often they are in the case when the measure is carried out along with scraping. At the same time, the general state of health of a woman can noticeably deteriorate.
Sometimes pain is manifested in the lower abdomen, and sometimes a feverish state is formed.
This state of affairs can be a sign of a residue in the uterine cavity of a part of the endometrium, as well as an infection in the genital tract.
The event should be carried out by professional high-class surgeons. After all, if at least one wrong movement is observed, this can be the result of serious consequences in the form of infertility, cancer tumors, serious inflammatory and infectious diseases of the genital tract.