The Cause Of Abdominal Pain During Menstruation And Menstrual Blood A Lot?
Greetings. R nI want to ask, I have a period and my stomach hurts and there is a lot of blood coming out …. why is that … r nWhat is a disease? R nThank you
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Menstrual pain or medically called dysmenorrhoea is abdominal pain or cramps that are felt in women before or during menstruation. Actually it is natural if women experience pain during menstruation, but in some women the pain can be so severe that it can interfere with daily activities.
Some factors can also increase the risk for dysmenorrhoea, for example:
If the amount of blood or menstrual volume is more experienced first menstruation before the age of 11 years. Consuming alcoholic beverages Smoking Being overweight, obese If you experience menstrual pain that is severe enough to usually not be able to do activities. Here are some conditions that can cause dysmenorrhoea or menstrual pain that is unbearable, for example:
Endometriosis, is the growth of uterine cells that are not in place Pelvic inflammatory disease, fibroids or myoma, tumor growth in the uterus that is benign The following article that you can read more about: Irritable Menstrual Pain
The amount of menstruation that is too much can also cause menstrual pain that is unbearable. Too much menstruation is medically called menorrhagia. It is said menorrhagia when the amount of blood released 60-80 cc, or usually have to replace the pads more than 4 times a day. The cause of mennorhagia can also be endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, myoma, the same as the cause of dysemorrhoea. Because memng usually these symptoms can occur together.
To find out the exact cause of further examination is needed, the doctor needs to know your medical history, and need to do a physical examination directly on you. In addition, doctors also need some additional examinations such as ultrasound. For that, you should consult an obstetrician and obstetrician to be able to find out the cause, and given further treatment.
In the meantime, you can do the following at home to help relieve pain, for example:
Warm compresses on the abdominal pain Using pain relief drugs that are sold freely in pharmacies, such as ibuprofen, paracetamol Warm water bathing Exercising regularly Consuming foods containing vitamin E, B1, B6, magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids, while these ingredients can reduce pain during menstruation Avoiding alcohol consumption, cigarettes Reduce beraru body if excessive. That's all for us. may be useful.