My daughter is 13 and a half years old. She has been menstruating for two and a half years. The first year is relatively regular, at least once a month. Her menstruation began in May this year, which was dripping and unclean for a few days. This happened again in 10 days. In May, it was reported that the intima was 15mm thick. The last menstruation lasted for more than 20 days from the beginning of September to the end of the month. This time it starts on October 10. B-ultrasound was performed on the 15th, and the intima thickness was 11mm, which ended on the 17th. Because the doctor prescribed hemostatic drugs. Now for stage treatment, please see whether the medicine prescribed by the doctor is reasonable? The local large traditional Chinese medicine hospital was opened by an old traditional Chinese medicine doctor and has been a doctor for 40 years. Leucorrhea, yellow underwear, sometimes itchy (usually underwear washed separately)
Puberty menstruation is dripping and unclean, and the endometrium is thick. This is the endometrium related to anovulation. It is affected by Danyu estrogen, so it is thick, and it is dripping and endless bleeding. Chinese patent medicine for hemostasis and menstruation regulation can be used, as well as oral short acting contraceptives or progesterone drugs for hemostasis and menstruation regulation.
Hello, combined with the child's age, it is indeed adolescence. Due to the imperfect development of ovarian function, there will be irregular menstruation, prolonged menstrual period and increased menstrual volume. Therefore, under the guidance of a doctor, you can take hormone drugs or hemostatic drugs for intervention and conditioning. Pay attention to normal work and rest at ordinary times and eat a balanced and nutritious diet.
In this case, if you are 13 years old, the endometrium is thick, and your menstruation is not normal, it is not recommended to take too many drugs for conditioning. If you itch, you can do routine testing of leucorrhea and apply appropriate drugs for treatment. It is recommended to go to the Department of gynaecology of the third class hospital for face-to-face diagnosis.