Pregnancy is a long-term process for women. Because your physical condition will directly affect whether you can conceive smoothly, so accurately understanding the unknown mother’s menstrual history to pregnancy history, sexual life history, and even whether the individual is overweight, are the early lessons for a healthy baby.

First, menstrual history

1, do you know how many days your menstrual cycle is normal?

Female ovulation is inferred from the number of days in the menstrual cycle. From the first day of this menstrual cycle to the first day of the next menstrual cycle, the interval between 21 and 40 days is normal. If the menstrual cycle is irregular, it may indicate thyroid problems, prolactin or polycystic ovary syndrome, should go to gynecology.

2, your bleeding volume in the menstrual cycle will be more or less?

In general, the amount of bleeding per month is different for every woman during menstruation, but if you bleed for a long time, it is likely to indicate ovulation problems in the body; and sudden, massive bleeding is likely to indicate the presence of intrauterine fibroma.

3. Do you feel severe pelvic pain or abdominal colic on those days of menstruation?

Almost every woman has a slight discomfort during the next few days of menstruation, but if you have severe pain during menstruation, it indicates that you may have endometriosis or pelvic adhesions. Pregnancy is not recommended until the problem is clear.

Navigation in this article

First pages: second pages of menstrual history: third pages of normal history: fourth pages of pregnancy: a history of sexual life

Fifth pages: family history sixth pages: lifestyle seventh pages: history of mental illness

Page first: menstrual history

Second pages: normal history

Third page: pregnancy history

Fourth page: sex life history

Page fifth: family history

Sixth pages: living habits

Page seventh: history of mental illness


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