Types of Menstrual Disorders

Many women who are experiencing pain before menstruation. There are dizziness, nausea, aches, abdominal pain, and some even unconscious. Abdominal pain that is felt is actually due to uterine contractions to remove the endometrium which is also influenced by the hormone prostaglandin. We also feel bad because the hormones estrogen and progesterone have a balance disorder impending menstruation. If the pain is still able to hold, it still could be called normal. But if the unconscious or intense pain, to disturb our activities, it is suspect and should immediately see a doctor.

Menstrual disorders there are actually many things, namely:

Menstrual pain (dismenorrhoe)
At the time of menstruation, women sometimes experience pain. The nature and level of pain varies from mild to severe. For the weight, commonly called dismenorrhoe. The great state of pain that can interfere with daily activities.

Menstrual pain there are two kinds:

* The primary menstrual pain, arising from the first period and will heal itself over time, precisely after stabilizing the hormones the body or change the position of the uterus after marriage and childbirth. Menstrual pain is normal, but can be excessive if it is influenced by psychological and physical factors, and as stress, shock, constriction of blood vessels, chronic disease, anemia, and decreased body condition. The symptoms are not dangerous to health.
* Menstrual pain secondary, usually only appear later, ie, if there is a disease or disorder such as persistent uterine infection, cysts or polyps, tumors around the womb, uterine abnormalities that interfere with the position of the organ and surrounding tissue.

Pre menstrual syndrome

PMS (pre menstrual syndrome) or pre-menstrual symptoms, can accompany before or during menstruation, such as:

* Feeling lazy to move, the body becomes weak, and easily tired.
* Increased appetite and likes to eat food that tastes sour.
* Emotions become unstable. Usually easy women moody, sensitive, and other negative feelings.
* Experiencing stomach cramps (dismenorrhoe).
* Head pain.
* Fainting.
* Weight loss increases because the body storing water in large numbers.
* Sore waist.

If you have PMS, we can do things like the following:

* Reduce salty foods such as fried potatoes, beans and spicy foods, to reduce excess water retention.
* Reduce the food in the form of flour, sugar, caffeine, and chocolate.
* Add food that contains calcium and high doses of vitamin C, a week before menstruation.
* Consumption of fiber and drinking water multiply.
* If the menstrual bleeding quite a lot, multiply eating foods or supplements containing iron to avoid anemia.

Some things we can do to cope with abdominal pain during menstruation, namely:

* Apply with a hot water bottle (warm) on the part that felt cramped (can be in the belly or the back of the waist).
* Warm water bath, may also use aromatherapy to calm down.
* Drink warm beverages that contain high calcium.
* Brushing, rubbing your stomach or a sore hip.
* Take a position so that the uterus depends down. This can help relaxation.
* Take a deep breath slowly for relaxation.
* The drugs used should be based on doctor’s supervision. Can drink analgesic (pain relief) that many are sold in drug stores, provided the dose is not more than 3 times a day.

Other menstrual disorders, namely Amenorrhoe or not getting your period at all. There are several things that can be the cause, namely:

* Called by imperforata Hymen, the hymen is not perforated so that the menstrual blood to exit blocked. Usually these things in mind when the woman’s time period but have not got it. He complained abdominal pain each month. It can be overcome with the operation to pierce her hymen.
* Menstruation anovulatoire, the stimulation of hormones that are not sufficient to form the uterine lining does not occur until menstruation or only slightly. Lack of stimulation of these hormones causes the endometrium is not formed, and this situation has led to women not because of the fertile eggs are not formed. The treatment is hormone therapy.
* Amenorrhoea secondary, usually the patient has never before menses. This is caused by various conditions such as hypotension, anemia, infection, or weakness in general body condition. In addition, can also be caused by psychological stress. If these conditions occur, you should immediately consult a doctor.

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