Menstruation Is Not Painful. Still Need To Take Medicine?
Asslm. Hello doctor, I want to ask about pain relievers. So I see, my menstruation is really irregular, sometimes 3 months after arriving. But when I arrived, he even had 15 days more of his menstruation. So I went to the doctor. Given 3 types of drugs. 1 type is the name of the medicine, Fargetix, a pain reliever, but I thank God there is no pain at all during menstruation so you have to take the Fargetix medicine or not ??
Hello Caca, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Targetix is a drug that contains mefenamic acid. This drug is a type of NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug). In the management of menorrhagia (excessive menstruation) like what you are experiencing, the administration of NSAIDs is not only intended to relieve pain, but also to stop the bleeding that occurs. Therefore, it is better if you continue to take the drug even though there is no pain because the drug is part of your menorrhagia therapy.
If there are things that are not clear, you should consult again with the doctor who treated you.
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