How To Deal With Menstrual Pain That Is Unbearable?
A good afternoon . I am a 23-year-old zenni I want to ask, it’s been almost 4 years since I have been tortured, you could say it’s parno. every month I feel nauseous dizziness abdominal pain, pelvis, cold sweat sweat can not eat and drink at all even on the first day of menstruation my body like limp can not activate at all. The material is often in and out of the hospital to ask for an injection of pain reliever which is rather high. I once had ultrasound but there was no cyst just diagnosed with hormones and thick uterine wall so when the blood melted a bit difficult .. my question, how to overcome this I was tortured once and menstrual pain affect fertility because I just waited momong. Thank you, I am waiting for your reply
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Symptoms of pain that appears during menstruation is called dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea can occur because there is a substance called prostaglandin that is released from the uterus when menstruation occurs. This prostaglandin causes the uterus to contract strong enough to cause pain (pain can vary from mild to very severe such as labor pain), and this prostaglandin also causes other symptoms that can be experienced during menstruation such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, and dizziness.
Dysmenorrhea can be aggravated by several conditions such as:
fibroids or myoma in the uterus
reproductive tract infections
cervical stenosis or small cervical / cervical opening
Normal dysmenorrhea will not interfere with your fertility, but if there are other conditions (mentioned above) that can aggravate your dysmenorrhea, then those conditions that might interfere with your fertility.
You should check with your obstetrician to find out whether there are certain abnormalities in your reproductive organs. If indeed there are no specific abnormalities, maybe indeed you experience only ordinary dysmenorrhea. Even dysmenorrhea can still cause severe pain in some women.
The following are some things you can do to help reduce your dysmenorrhea:
consumption of pain relievers such as paracetamol just before menstruation until the second or third day of menstruation
compress the stomach with a warm compress when pain
make sure your hydration is well maintained (drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day)
keep a healthy diet, try to eat more fiber especially before and during menstruation, reduce fatty foods and caffeinated drinks especially before and during menstruation
regular exercise is proven to reduce menstrual pain
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