Causes And Coping With Excessive Menstrual Pain?
Hello I want to ask, right if I have menstrual pain often stomach ache. I used to be late for menstruation. I drank Kiranti, thank God it’s menstruating, but how come every month I have to drink kiranti and ginger water first, so my period comes out, why?
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Abdominal pain during menstruation is generally a reasonable condition due to the impact of uterine muscle contractions in removing menstrual blood from the body. If there are no other complications, this pain should improve with rest, warm compresses, or consumption of over-the-counter pain relievers (for example paracetamol).
Consumption of beverage products that you mention according to the manufacturer can indeed help reduce pain during menstruation. But actually, until now, there is still limited research that proves the truth of this benefit. Consumption of this product is also not known to have a direct impact on the smoothness of the menstrual cycle as you are worried.
Irregular menstruation most often results from unbalanced reproductive hormones in the body. It could also be, menstruation is not smooth because of experiencing severe mental stress, fatigue, obesity, drug side effects, side effects of contraception, and have other diseases (such as hyperthyroidism, ovarian cysts, and other chronic diseases). If your menstrual cycle does not extend to more than 3 months, you should not panic first. Do not also indiscriminate consumption of drugs or menstrual flow products before consulting directly to the doctor.
You can do some of the following efforts so that menstruation is smoother:
Exercise regularly 1 to 2 days, with a duration of 30-60 minutes Do not stress or excessive fatigue Take care of your weight so that you are not too fat, not too thin Get enough rest Take a balanced diet, multiply fruits and vegetables, do not overeat preservative food Don't smoke However, if your periods are still not going as smoothly as you are experiencing right now, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician so that you can handle them properly.
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