I've had my sixth menstruation since the fifth time. Because I drank traditional Chinese medicine last time, it was significantly reduced after drinking, so I didn't know it. This time I didn't drink traditional Chinese medicine and stopped specially, but my menstruation almost disappeared from the third day. It is estimated that the amount of a sanitary napkin is one day. It is still normal on the first and second days. I have dysmenorrhea on the first day, but not on the second day, and my blood doesn't look like it? Only when the stool or urination is wiped, there will be a lot of blood clots, which are brownish brown and others are bright red. There has been no three-dimensional B-ultrasound before. There is no adhesion in the two menstrual Yin ultrasound examinations. It is normal. Can three-dimensional B-ultrasound check whether there is adhesion? On the fourth day of my menstruation, I don't have much outflow, but there will still be urination wiping. If I want to be clean, I can do B-ultrasound now.
If the menstrual volume is significantly reduced after the palace cleaning, one is that there may be intimal injury, some are uterine cavity adhesion, and some are only functional. In this case, if there is no obvious abdominal pain, the possibility of adhesion is not particularly high, but the ordinary color Doppler ultrasound diagnosis of uterine cavity adhesion unless it is obvious adhesion, if not, it may not be obvious. You can consider doing three-dimensional, generally clean
In this case, you'd better have hysteroscopy when there is no blood in your vagina. It's best to have your menstruation clean within a week. In addition, before doing this examination, you should go to the hospital in advance for an ultrasonic examination, hormone test and infectious disease test. You should make all preparations before the examination.
Hello, combined with your situation, describe the problem of intrauterine adhesion. Generally speaking, some of them are serious adhesion. Usually, gynecological B-ultrasound can't monitor them. Generally speaking, after comprehensive evaluation through symptoms and hysteroscopic exploration, see if there is intrauterine adhesion.