Thank you for your question. I would advise you to speak with your doctor
because you have had a change in the way that your body is healing, and this could indicate many potential causes. Nutritional deficiencies can present in many different ways, and one of the more common ways for patients to present with a lack of a certain vitamin or mineral is with decreased wound healing. For example, a lack of vitamin c can be a common cause of poor wound healing, and was called scurvy back in the times of the sailors who explored the world. In addition to these nutritional deficiencies, other things can cause this delayed healing. Poor blood supply can often inhibit healing, and this could come from either not having enough blood (perhaps losing too much blood during a heavy period), not eating well enough to make red blood cells, or not being able to get blood to parts of the body that need to heal due to vascular problems. Regardless of what the cause may be, you do need to speak with a doctor soon to make sure that you get the treatment you need. Please speak with your doctor in the near future.