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What is menstruation?
Every month, a layer is formed on the inner surface of the uterus to allow the fertilized egg to come and stick to it and feed it. If there is no fertilization within a certain period of time, this wall will be poured, leaving its place to the new tissue coming from below. These residual tissues are excreted from the body. Each month, these procedures are repeated in the same way and this process is called a menstrual cycle. The tissues thrown out are called menstrual bleeding.
What is menstrual day?
It's the first day of bleeding.
How is the menstrual calendar calculated?
Bleeds are usually repeated in a regular cycle. This scheme varies from person to person. It usually consists of periods ranging from 21 to 35 days. If a person marks the start dates of the previous few hemorrhages on a calendar, they can determine the overall order by finding the number of days between them.
What is menstrual delay?
The absence of bleeding for a period longer than normal menstrual period is called menstrual delay. A woman who sees regular bleeding every 28 days may be immediately worried if her bleeding is delayed, but a woman who regularly gets her period may have a period of menstruation delayed once or twice a year. This is due to stress, sadness, lifestyle change, climate change, fatigue. There may be simple reasons such as. In such cases there is no need to worry immediately.
On the other hand, pregnancy is the most common cause of menstrual delay in a woman who has regular bleeding and has an active sexual life without using an effective prevention method. Another possible reason is that there is no ovulation in that cycle in any way, and therefore the bleeding of the uterine lining is delayed. If your menstrual cycle lasts less than 21 days or longer than 35 days, this may mean that ovulation does not occur during your period. In such a case you will have to consult your doctor for a gynecological assessment.