I don’t know if I should get a five-month period check-up
There are many women who are considering tests because of their long-lasting menstrual irregularities for a long time. A phenomenon that is longer or shorter than a normal menstrual cycle (between three and five weeks) is called menstrual irregularity.
Causes of menstrual irregularities include lack of sleep, poor eating habits, stress, and gynecological diseases.
If symptoms occur due to irregular living, it will be alleviated if you improve your lifestyle by taking enough rest, stretching lightly, and eating properly.
If you haven’t menstruated for more than five months, you may suspect gynecological diseases such as ovarian cysts or polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Gynecological ultrasound is performed through the vagina, anus and pelvis. Quality ultrasound is usually performed on women with early pregnancy or sexual experience, and an organ in the pelvic cavity is examined by inserting a probe into the vagina. For women without sexual experience, ultrasound is usually performed through anus or pelvis.
In order to accurately identify the reasons for menstrual irregularities and get treatment, visit the gynecologist as soon as possible for a thorough examination of ultrasound and MRI.