Causes Of Constipation During Menstruation?
I am a 22-year-old woman, every time I menstruate I always feel pain from the first day to the third day, and my menstrual period is twice a month for eight days. R nI’m currently having a very painful menstruation, finally my first day drink kitanti to relieve menstrual pain … r nThe second day my pain has cooled, but I experienced constipation which was very painful due to three days of not defecating. When the CHAPTER wanted to come out felt very unusual pain, I drank five glasses of water and took worm medicine finally the CHAPTER came out, but the pain that was carried out after CHAPTER Exit remained felt for half of that heart. please, and where do you think it is?
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Pain in the early days of menstruation is usually a common thing to occur due to the contraction of the uterus to release menstrual blood that squeezes the blood vessels supplying the uterus. As a result of this, uterine cells can experience hypoxia (lack of oxygen), and there arises pain. Pain can feel more intense when you are exhausted in activity, rarely exercise, or also experience a lot of severe mental stress. Frequently, reasonable pain due to self-improvement after menstruation is complete.
Hormonal changes during menstruation can also affect the sensitivity of the rectum in feeling the desire to defecate. Plus, menstrual pain that is quite severe can also increase the production of stress hormones that divert the feeling of wanting to bowel. This condition could be what causes you to experience constipation (difficult CHAPTER).
It could also, menstrual pain and constipation that you experience indicate a disease, such as endometriosis, myomas, adenomyosis, pelvic inflammation, gastroenteritis, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, intestinal inflammation, intra-abdominal tumors, and so on.
We recommend that you do not rush to take medication, including worm medication or herbal medicines to relieve menstrual pain. It is feared that improper drug consumption does not alleviate your complaints, but rather vice versa.
You can check your complaint directly to the doctor so that it is given the right treatment. It may be that the doctor will recommend that you conduct further examinations, such as ultrasound, pap smears, endoscopy, and so on if you feel that there are serious conditions that need to be aware of. The following steps you can take for a while:
Compress your body that aches during menstruation with warm water Can also, you take the drug paracetamol as an aid to relieve pain Do not overactivate when you are feeling intense pain More rest more and regularly More diligent in exercising Do not make it a habit of holding BAB CHAPTER Drink plenty of water, do not excessive consumption of foods that irritate digestion (such as spicy and oily foods), as well as multiply to eat fruits and vegetables. Live a healthy lifestyle. Don't stress excessively. Hope it helps.