Pain On The First Day Of Menstruation.?
I am currently in high school, why every time I menstruate on the first day I always feel pain and I have felt that from junior high school even though I exercise enough and the activities are not too crowded
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Pain during menstruation is generally not a dangerous condition. This pain can be a natural thing due to uterine muscle contractions that are quite severe in removing menstrual blood, which indirectly clamps the blood vessels in the uterus so that the uterine cells lack oxygen (hypoxia). Without other complications, this pain will normally improve on its own without the need for special handling. Indeed, the intensity of pain and the sensitivity of someone dealing with pain can vary greatly. So that your menstrual pain improves, you can first try the following steps:
Apply warm compresses to the painful abdomen. Don't carelessly massage or massage the painful stomach. Get plenty of rest, at least 6 hours a day. Reduce strenuous physical activity. Don't stress, feel sad, or worry too much. Exercise. Use comfortable clothing and footwear when you are active. still feels annoying after undergoing the trick above, however, if menstrual pain appears unbearable, or to make you experience nausea, vomiting, cold sweat, pale, and other severe complaints, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician yes ... In some cases, extreme menstrual pain may be an intensity that can indicate an illness, for example endometriosis, ovarian cysts, adenomyosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, and so on.
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