M PREVIOUS abdominal or professional dismenorrhea, is a pain that occurs in the lower part of the stomach or waist when a woman begins to have her period or before.
The pain may be minor or moderate with some women experiencing severe pain.
Gastric pain during menstruation begins when the eggs come from the fallopian tubes in the tubes and then down the tubes during the ovulation cycle.
Abdominal pain is of two types.
Primary type (Primary Dysmenorrhea) is a pain that has no underlying medical cause.
This type of pain is most common and the woman experiences the lower abdominal and pelvic area. The pain begins a day or two before menstruation and ends in two or four days.
Secondary Dysmenorrhea is a complication of pain caused by other medical conditions, such as cervical disorders, paralysis (PID) and problems in the ovaries.
About half of girls and women experience pain during menstruation and about 15 percent say they experience severe pain. Studies show that there are a variety of factors that can increase the risk of a miscarriage during menstruation.
The reasons are that you are under 20 years old, having a uterus when you are 11 or under, having a lot of menstrual bleeding, which can be caused by a variety of medical problems.
Women who have never given birth cause men to suffer some menstrual pain because of other diseases that are:
Adenomyosis: This is a female disease in which the glands or tumors grow in the uterus.
PID or inflammatory bowel disease. Sexually transmitted diseases or STIs when the cervix is so small that it prevents menstrual bleeding easily.
Let’s now find out how the moon’s stomach hurts?
Abdominal pain is usually less intense since the pain comes and goes, and to a different extent (spasmodic).
Menstrual pain comes from the lower abdomen or is associated with lower back pain that spreads to the pelvis.
The symptoms are vomiting, nausea and sometimes even sweating.
Other symptoms include getting a toilet all over or even diarrhea or toilet closure, stomach ache or difficulty with headaches and discomfort or feeling tired.
It should be noted that, the degree of menstrual pain and the combination of symptoms depends on the person’s condition, one person may be experiencing almost all of the symptoms mentioned above and another is just some.
Many women find out when they experience a menstrual cycle without the help of a doctor.
Women suggest that if they experience severe pain it is best to see a doctor for tests such as Ultrasound, CT and CT-Scan, MRI and otherwise to find out if any other medical problems are causing the pain.
Treatment of menstrual pain can be treated with pain relievers, such as Ibuprofen, naproxen or other non-steroids (NSAIDS) pills.
There are also times when doctors can advise a patient to use contraceptives. These pills prevent ovulation or ovulation and reduce the severity of menstrual cramps.
There are some herbal remedies that help to slow down the menstrual cycle. The Chinese are good experts in that knowledge.
Women are advised to take a hot bath, use a hot bottle and even put a warm towel on the lower abdomen when they feel pain.
There are some benefits to exercise, acupuncture, or nerve shock. Also using vitamin E, Thiamine and Omega 3 supplements helps in that regard. Women who suffer from such problems are better off to rest better and get enough sleep.
We can avoid the misery of the moon by eating fruits, vegetables and reducing the intake of high-fat foods, alcohol, caffeine, Sodium and sugar.