Excessive Pain During Menstruation Accompanied By Menstrual Blood That Comes Out A Lot?
, I have a sister who every period that experiences excessive pain, the pain usually continues until 3-4 days. Plus more menstrual blood is always a lot and sometimes it comes out not blood, but in the form of flesh., Are symptoms like this very dangerous? Then how / what medicines can relieve menstrual pain? Thank you
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Menstrual pain or known in medical terms as dysmenorrhea is a symptom that occurs when approaching or during menstruation or menstruation. Menstruation is the process of decaying the uterine wall after thickening occurs in preparation for the uterus in the event of attachment of a prospective embryo if indeed there is a development between the egg and sperm cells. Menstrual pain is felt by women who are approaching menstruation, known as premenstrual syndrome, where cramps occur under the stomach and are also accompanied by other symptoms such as mood changes, fever, and can even be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Menstrual pain is indeed an individual condition where each woman has different complaints and different pain thresholds.
Menstrual pain can indeed be annoying especially if it lasts several days. In the case of your sister where menstrual pain is felt to be quite heavy it can be thought of the cause of certain medical conditions. Some things to think about are as follows:
Specific physical weakness The presence of stress or certain psychological stress causes increased pain The presence of endometriosis conditions The presence of pelvic inflammatory conditions The presence of certain benign tumors in the reproductive organs Narrowing in the cervix. Other medical conditions. Generally menstrual pain can be tried by consuming pain medication that can be bought freely such as paracetamo or ibuprofen type and accompanied by rest and warm compresses on the abdominal area that experiences pain. However, if menstrual pain is severe enough it is necessary to consult and check directly to the obstetrician to find out whether there are certain medical conditions that cause menstrual pain so that appropriate treatment can be done.
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