Women’s endometrium normally has periodic shedding, which leads to women’s menstruation every month. Most women think that the endometrium is only in menstruation. There will be shedding during the period, some women want to know, will the endometrium usually fall off? On this issue, let’s discuss it together below.
In addition to the natural shedding of women’s endometrium during menstruation, some women may also experience endometrial shedding during ovulation. This is because of ovulation. At this time, the hormone levels in women will change. Due to the short-term decline in estrogen concentration, the inner membrane without estrogen support will naturally fall off and cause vaginal bleeding.
Clinically, the above situation is called bleeding during ovulation. It is a normal physiological phenomenon and does not need to be treated. Continue to observe, and bleeding during ovulation is usually It stops spontaneously for hours or lasts for 2 to 3 days, and the amount of bleeding is significantly less than the amount of normal menstrual bleeding, which may be accompanied by mild lower abdominal pain or back pain and other symptoms.
The thickness of the endometrium actually has a certain impact on whether the menstruation is normal or not. When the thickness of the endometrium reaches 8 to 10 mm, it will naturally fall off to form menstruation. If If the uterine lining is too thin or too thick, it may lead to missed menstruation. In severe cases, it may even affect pregnancy.