The monthly menstrual period will make women feel very upset, but it is inevitable. Because this is the second sexual characteristic of women, and many pregnant women will judge whether they are pregnant according to whether their menstruation is normal, which will affect the probability of pregnancy and the menstrual cycle.
For women of childbearing age, if they have delayed menstruation, nausea and vomiting and other symptoms, they can think in the direction of pregnancy. When they are delayed for a week or two, they can have an early pregnancy test. They can use early pregnancy paper or go to the hospital for inspection. The results of the former cannot be 100% correct, while the latter can make a clear diagnosis and can judge whether ectopic pregnancy occurs.
1. Menarche time
Menarche is the first time to menstruate. Generally, it is between the age of 12 and 15 for girls. Of course, some girls have menarche before or after this time.
The time of menarche is related to the probability of pregnancy. If menarche occurs before the age of 11 and the menstrual cycle is disordered, then the probability of polycystic ovary is higher. If menarche does not occur after the age of 16 or over the age of 18, it may be ovarian and uterine dysplasia or congenital ovarian insufficiency, which may be the factors that cause women to have difficulty in conceiving.
2. Whether the menstrual cycle is regular
Normal menstrual cycles are regular, ranging from 21 days to 35 days. Less than 21 days or more than 35 days are abnormal.
Less than 21 days is insufficient luteal function, which may cause congenital abortion or habitual abortion. More than 35 days belong to infrequent menstruation, which may be due to low ovarian function or polycystic ovary syndrome. These two factors may affect the development and ovulation of the ovary, thus affecting the probability of pregnancy.
3. How much menstruation
In addition to the regularity of menstruation, attention should also be paid to whether the amount is normal. The normal amount of menstruation is between 80 ml and 100 ml, and the low amount of menstruation may be caused by anemia, malnutrition, or bad mood, which generally does not affect pregnancy if you take good care of it. Excessive menstruation may be due to endocrine dysfunction. Although follicles develop, they cannot conceive without ovulation.
4. Dysmenorrhea torture
Most women have experienced dysmenorrhea, which can be divided into two types: primary dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea.
Primary dysmenorrhea refers to dysmenorrhea with theout generative pathological changes in reproductive organs. Primary dysmenorrhea has no effect on pregnancy;
Secondary dysmenorrhea is caused by the pathological changes of reproductive organs. It may be caused by factors such as cervical stenosis and pelvic inflammation, which will affect pregnancy. Therefore, dysmenorrhea cannot be allowed to develop. If necessary, you need to go to the hospital to check whether it is primary dysmenorrhea or secondary dysmenorrhea.
The relationship between menstruation and pregnancy is very close, and even menarche is communicating the development of the uterus to you. Even if women do not plan to get pregnant in a short time, they cannot ignore whether the menstrual cycle is regular, whether the menstrual volume is normal, and whether dysmenorrhea is frequent. Especially during pregnancy preparation, it is more important to pay attention not to stay up late, not to eat too stimulating food, so that menstruation becomes regular, which is more conducive to pregnancy.