Pain During Menstruation?
Morning,. Why does it come every day the first day until the 3rd day when urinating or large pain feels drawn, and how to relieve the pain?
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The sensation of being drawn around the anus or genitals during urination while menstruating is usually a natural thing to happen as part of menstrual pain. Menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea) occurs mainly due to uterine muscle contractions that are quite severe in bleeding from menstruation. How then can these contractions cause pain? Because, when the contraction, blood vessels in the uterine wall can be pinched, thus making the cells of the uterus lack oxygen (hypoxia). This condition can trigger the release of chemical mediators, including prostaglanin, which regulates the onset of pain. In more severe cases, this pain can not only be felt around the anus and genitals, but can also reach the lower abdomen, lower back, and other surrounding areas.
If there are no other complications, menstrual pain will often improve itself after menstruation. To overcome this, when pain appears severe enough, you can do it first:
Take paracetamol medicine Get plenty of rest, raise your legs during sleep (for example by hanging or propped up by a pillow) Don't have excessive sexual intercourse during menstruation Limit too heavy physical activity Regular eating and drinking Increase exercise If complaints have not improved, immediately check directly to a doctor or obstetrician to be given the best management huh ... Some other conditions that should be watched for from extreme menstrual pain such as endometriosis, adenomyosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, cervicitis, and so on. Through a direct doctor's examination, a variety of potential conditions can be detected and treated early.
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