Does Menstrual Pain On The First Day Signify Myoma?
HealthReplies.com, I’m a 22-year-old teenager. On the first day of menses I felt pain until diarrhea and made me weak and cold sweat. Do the above symptoms indicate a myoma in my uterus?
Hello Nur Hikmah Amalia,
Pain during menstruation is very common experienced by many women. Menstrual pain is referred to as dysmenorrhea. Pain arises due to uterine contractions that result in reduced blood supply to the area causing pain. Menstrual pain is usually experienced on 1-2 days of menstruation. The intensity of pain varies from mild to severe. In addition to menstrual pain, menstruation can also be accompanied by other symptoms such as frequent urination, chills, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and headaches.
Menstrual pain is so severe that it cannot move at all, heavy menstrual pain that appears at the age of> 25 years, menstrual pain that always appears every month is menstrual pain that needs to be aware of. Some disorders that can provide severe menstrual pain complaints are:
Myoma of the uterus. Other symptoms are pain during intercourse, lower abdominal pain, if the size of a large myoma will appear enlarged abdomen like a pregnant person, frequent miscarriage, constipation, etc. Endometriosis. Pelvic inflammatory disease Adenomyosis and so on To determine whether there are abnormalities in the uterus, you can see a gynecologist. In addition to conducting a physical examination, other investigations may be needed such as ultrasonography and hysterography.
Reducing menstrual pain can be done by placing a warm compress on the lower abdomen. Regular exercise. Reducing salt intake. Maintain ideal body weight and consumption of foods with balanced nutrition, especially those containing vitamin B, vitamin E, omega 3 fatty acids, and magnesium.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.