What is adolescent dysfunctional uterine bleeding?


What harm does uterine dysfunctional uterus bring?

What is adolescent dysfunctional uterine bleeding?
What harm does uterine dysfunctional uterus bring?

What is adolescent dysfunctional uterine bleeding?

It usually occurs in women 13 to 18 years old. The main symptoms are irregular vaginal bleeding, more or less menstrual flow, and long menstrual period.

So what is the cause of puberty?

How to diagnose?

The cause of puberty dysfunctional uterine bleeding, in the early stage of puberty, when the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis function has matured and improved, this mental stress, stimulation, overwork, obesity and other factors may affect any one or more, resulting inThe ovaries do not ovulate.

Adolescent dysfunctional uterine bleeding is clinically characterized by irregular menstruation. If the time is advanced or wrong, the amount of bleeding is more or less. When the amount is too much, it still leads to anemia, referred to as puberty dysfunctional uterine bleeding.

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding (dysfunctional uterine bleeding, DUB), referred to as dysfunctional uterine bleeding, refers to abnormal uterine bleeding characterized by menstrual disorders due to dysfunction of the HPOU axis rather than genital genital changes.

Diagnostic clinical manifestations of puberty dysfunctional uterine dysfunctional uterine bleeding accounted for 20% of all dysfunctional uterine bleeding.

In the first two years after menarche, irregular menstrual cycles are common, and most patients can gradually adjust themselves.

However, when a large amount of uterine bleeding occurs, the bleeding time is too long, and the amount of bleeding is excessive or the cycle is disordered, it is puberty dysfunctional uterine bleeding.

Interrupted menopause often occurs before bleeding.

Anemia occurs due to a large number of uterine bleeding in the long sputum, which may cause dizziness, weakness, loss of appetite, palpitations, multiple dreams, insomnia and other symptoms.

Generally no history of dysmenorrhea.

There is a lot of anemia when checking.

In the gynecological examination, the external genitalia are in the normal range, the cervix is loose, the uterus can be slightly larger and softer, and there may be a unilateral ovary or bilateral ovarian cystic enlargement.

The harm of uterine dysfunctional uterus 1. Anemia: Causes different degrees of anemia due to long-term appearance.

2, secondary infection: long-term uterine bleeding, to the bacteria, virus invasion caused by the opportunity.

Therefore, it is easy to secondary pelvic infection, causing abdominal pain and abnormal secretions.

3, infertility: dysfunctional uterine bleeding due to lack of ovulation or luteal function, resulting in infertility.

4, proliferative endometrial adenoma or endometrial adenocarcinoma: patients with irregular uterine bleeding without long-term ovulation, or long-term treatment with estrogen can easily lead to proliferative endometrial adenoma or endometrial adenocarcinoma.

I would like to remind my mother that while caring about her daughter’s nutrition and physical development, she must be more aware of her daughter’s reproductive health.

Adolescent reproductive health does not affect adolescent health, but also affects later reproductive function.