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Menstrual Pain E-mail
Some women have pain before and during menstruation. Usually it is stabbing and cramps in the lower or abolish the pain to the back or legs. Some women also experience headaches, nausea, diarrhea, sore breasts, bloated feeling, dizziness or fatigue. Sometimes they are sad or angry more quickly before and during menstruation.
We can distinguish three types of pain associated with the menstrual cycle:

  1. Ovulation pain is pain that occurs just before and at the time when ovulation occurs. This is approximately 14 days before menstruation.
  2. In the last week before menstruation is under the influence of the hormones which maintain moisture. This premenstruele pain may occur. In addition to abdominal pain complaints as headaches, are weak and not feeling good, insomnia, nervousness and nausea occur.
  3. The pain of menstrual cramps itself in the uterus. The cramps are caused by the mass of muscle, leading to rejection of the endometrium.

What is it?
Menstruation is regulated by hormones. Each month, an egg released from one of the two ovaries. The mucous membrane that holds the uterus is thicker, so that a fertilized egg there may Innes grow. If no pregnancy occurs, let loose and the lining comes with a little blood out. The uterus pulls itself together regularly to the mucosa to be divested.

That rally, the cramps and stabbing just before and during menstruation. That is because among other prostaglandins substance that causes the uterus pulls itself together.
There is no clear link between the amount of blood loss and pain. Women with little blood loss, many suffer from pain, women who lose a lot of blood, sometimes have no burden of pain.

Can the evil and what can you do?
Menstrual pain is very annoying to many women, but it can not hurt. Here are some tips which you can relieve pain as possible.

  • Care for rest and relaxation. If the pain also radiates to your back, you can exercise your lower back relaxed, for example by doing exercises with your back successively concave and convex forms.
  • It gives some relief when someone massages your lower back.
  • Put a hot jar on your abdomen or lower back or take a hot bath.
  • Some women reduces pain after an orgasm.

When the doctor? Please check with your doctor:

  • if the tips do not help and the pain remains poorly tolerated;
  • if you've never had menstrual pain and now suddenly it;
  • if the pain feels different than usual.
  • If there are other phenomena that you're concerned, talk with your doctor

Medicines for menstrual complaints
In mild abdominal pain, you can use paracetamol. In abdominal cramps and more pain is Naproxen or ibuprofen are recommended. These resources can give negative effects in various diseases. Before use of these drugs is always the first leaflet, talk with your doctor or pharmacist. They can give you other information about the dosage, interactions with other medicines and any side effects

If the last menstrual gives you a lot, you can best discuss with your doctor. Where can you agreed to consider the pill to swallow. Often the symptoms disappear after a pregnancy. It is still not known exactly how that is.

Common misconceptions
Many people believe that during menstruation, breastfeeding may not be given. The taste of the milk would not be good and nutrition would be lower. This is absolutely incorrect.
Also it is thought that young girls for their first menstrual period not pregnant could be. This is indeed possible, because ovulation is approximately 14 days before the first menstrual place.

Dutch General Practitioners Society
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Avinash Ishwardat
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