Causes Of Stomach Cramps During Menstruation?
why does my stomach cramps when I menstruate ?? Holding pain
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menstrual pain or dismenorrhea is a condition of stomach cramps that occur before or during menstruation. This is a natural condition faced by women when menstruating. Some feel it as mild pain, and some feel it as pain that is so severe that it cannot perform daily activities.
This pain comes from uterine muscle contractions, which aim to release and remove the inner lining of the uterine wall which then becomes a component of menstrual blood. This whole process is influenced by hormone levels in the body.
Even though it's normal, there are several conditions where menstrual pain may be a sign of disease. This happens if menstrual pain has made you unable to concentrate, unable to move and can only lie down, followed by severe vaginal bleeding, and fever. If that is how you feel, our advice is that you should consult your obstetrician to find out more about his condition through a series of historical excavations, physical examinations and maybe a support such as ultrasound if necessary. This examination is important to see whether there are conditions of endometriosis, andenomyosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, or others. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, to help relieve pain, all you can do is warm compresses or apply patches, take a shower or warm bath, take supplements that contain vitamin E, vitamin B6, omega-3 and magnesium, exercise lightly, and may take pain relievers which are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.