Menstrual Blood Is Accompanied By Intense Pain During Menstruation?
Hello fok. I want it every time I feel it hurts a lot. It hurts when I take medicine for a few hours. Later, I will come up again. Then I will try to drink it again when it hurts, it will be haed and it will stop after just one day. Is it dangerous if my blood doesn’t come out? Thank you, please answer yes
Hello Evi, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Menstrual pain or dysmenorrhea is pain or cramps in the lower abdomen that are felt before or during menstruation. Menstrual pain can be mild to severe pain that interferes with daily activities. This condition is different for each woman.
Excessive menstrual pain can be accompanied by complaints such as menstruation that is not smooth, vaginal discharge, pain during intercourse. This condition can be caused by various things, such as smoking, puberty before 11 years, a history of menstrual pain in the family, to diseases such as myoma, adenomyosis, endometriosis.
Menstruation generally occurs around 2-7 days in most women, with menstrual cycles ranging from 21 to 35 days. This condition will certainly vary from woman to woman. We recommend that you do a doctor's examination if you experience complaints such as: Menstrual pain that is unbearable, your menstrual cycle is less than 21 days or more than 35 days, experiencing bleeding between menstrual periods, experiencing pain that is not restrained during menstruation, menstrual volume that is more than usual.
Some things you can do at home: take over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol when menstrual pain, multiply the consumption of fruits and vegetables, increase the consumption of water, avoid smoking and drinking alcohol, adequate rest, manage stress well, and exercise thoroughly routine.
The following article you can read: Menstruari Not Normal
Thank you, hope that helps.