How to deal with menstrual pain

Feb­ru­ary 22, 2016, 16:50

You have every day sched­uled lit­er­al­ly by the minute, you need to do so much! But invari­ably every month these days come. And if you wait for them with fear and anx­i­ety, if they force you to change your plans, then you know the word “pain”.

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Why does it hurt?

Pain dur­ing men­stru­a­tion can occur for var­i­ous rea­sons. Most often, they occur due to intense uter­ine con­trac­tions that occur dur­ing men­stru­a­tion and are trig­gered by prostaglandins. If these sub­stances are pro­duced too much, painful spasms occur, which you feel dur­ing crit­i­cal days. Oth­er fac­tors also affect the inten­si­ty of pain. For exam­ple, hered­i­ty, stress, phys­i­cal activ­i­ty, hypother­mia, etc.
The abdomen dur­ing men­stru­a­tion can also hurt for more seri­ous rea­sons, for exam­ple, due to dis­or­ders in the pelvis: endometrio­sis, ade­no­myosis, fibroids. In less com­mon cas­es, the cause of pain can be ovar­i­an cysts and tumors, pelvic inflam­ma­to­ry dis­ease, etc.

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To endure or not to endure?

Many women believe that men­stru­al pain is nor­mal, you just need to endure it. But you should know that such an opin­ion is wrong. There should be no pain. If they occur, then you should con­sult a doc­tor to iden­ti­fy and elim­i­nate their caus­es.

What to do?

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There are nat­ur­al prepa­ra­tions that can help in nor­mal­iz­ing the hor­mon­al bal­ance and in elim­i­nat­ing var­i­ous men­stru­al irreg­u­lar­i­ties, sore­ness and symp­toms of PMS. For exam­ple, the Ger­man nat­ur­al non-hor­mon­al drug Dys­menorm*.

It con­tains 4 com­po­nents.

Agnus cas­tus (Abra­ham’s tree) is the main com­po­nent of Dys­menorm. It is use­ful for symp­toms of pre­men­stru­al syn­drome, rare, scanty men­stru­a­tion, infer­til­i­ty caused by hor­mon­al defi­cien­cy of the sec­ond phase of the men­stru­al cycle.

Pul­satil­la (mead­ow lum­ba­go) relieves the symp­toms of PMS: headache, irri­tabil­i­ty, tear­ful­ness, pain in the mam­ma­ry glands and low­er abdomen, swelling of the face, shins, fin­gers, rash­es on the skin of the face.

Ros­mar­i­nus offic­i­nalis (Ros­mar­i­nus offic­i­nalis) elim­i­nates dizzi­ness, headache, pain in the low­er abdomen, pro­motes the onset of men­stru­a­tion, as it has an anti­spas­mod­ic and choleretic effect, improves metab­o­lism and liv­er func­tion.

Apis mel­li­fi­ca (hon­ey bee) restores irreg­u­lar men­stru­a­tion, helps with pro­longed bleed­ing and helps to nor­mal­ize the cycle with inflam­ma­tion.

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Dys­menorm can be tak­en by adults and girls from 12 years of age. It is con­ve­nient to use, suck­ing 1–2 tablets 3 times a day for 3 months. Dys­menorm is well tol­er­at­ed with long-term use, restores hor­mon­al lev­els in pre­men­stru­al syn­drome, men­stru­al irreg­u­lar­i­ties, mastopa­thy and mas­to­dy­nia. Euro­pean women have been trust­ing Dys­menorm for over 50 years!

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