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Painful Menstruation - Menstrual Cramps

Başlatan Leila, Nis 05, 2018, 10:53 öö

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Causes of painful menstruation The
pelvic and abdominal abdominal and groin pain of women before menstrual period and menstruation. Some women do not see pre-menstrual pain before menstruation. The blight may be mild or severe. It may interfere with normal activities. It is classified as primary and secondary. In primary pain, there is no gynecological cause. It is the cramps that start before menstruation before ovulation begins.

In secondary pain, there are some basic abnormalities, usually involving a woman's reproductive system. Cramps have a number of causes. Backward positioning of the uterus, heavy exercise or movements, long-standing psychological factors, intense stress or emotional jolt.

Menstrual cramps affect lower abdomen and pelvic onset. You can reach out and stretch your legs, or if you pull the legs off the knee and pull yourself towards you, the pain will ease slightly. Periodic or continuous pain may occur. This is accompanied by headache, vomiting and nausea. Constipation or diarrhea can occur. In some women, frequent urination can be seen. Natural forms of treatment include regular sleep and rest, hiking, exercise, abdominal massage, yoga and karna hot pressure. Aspirin and its derivatives may be used for mild pain. In severe pain, a doctor should use a prescription painkiller. If changes are observed in cramps, a doctor should be consulted.

It is a rare cause of seeing painful menstruation because the entrance of the cervix is narrowed due to reasons such as abortion and infection and accordingly the menstrual blood is hardly taken. If no gynecological problems are detected in the gynecologic examination, the first-line treatment is pain relief. The painkillers to be used are painkillers grouped under the name & quot; nonsteroidal antiinflammatory analgesics & quot ;. These medicines also reduce the production of prostaglandins, besides painful cuts, and treat them bi-directionally.


Drugs are used at varying doses according to the doctor's recommendation 24 hours before the menstrual bleeding starts and the drugs are continued to be taken as long as the pain persists. Failure to benefit from second-line treatment is a condition that requires further investigation. Following this preliminary preparation, the abdominal cavity is examined by a method called laparoscopy. Methods such as yoga, transcendental meditation, biofeedback, relaxation exercises can be useful in helping to improve appetite when practiced properly.