Dysmenorrhea Painful Menstruation Period

Dysmenorrhea Treatment at Zhongba Hospital:

Zhongba hospital in Lahore provides you best gynecologists in Lahore including female gynecologists. We have Chinese specialist gynecologists to treat Dysmenorrhea. We treat people with Chinese herbal medicine.

Dysmenorrhea

Dysmenorrhea refers to the condition of painful menstruation. This condition is also called “menstrual cramps”. Many women experience menstrual cramps just before and during their menstrual periods. It is usually sharp but may be cramping, throbbing, or a dull, constant ache that radiate to the legs.

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What are the Types of dysmenorrheal?

There are basically two types of Dysmenorrhea given as follows,   

Primary Dysmenorrhea:

Primary dysmenorrheal is the disorder which is not related to any pelvic problem. It is just related to the normal menstrual problem. It is the main type of the dysmenorrhea. It affects about 50 % of the women at least once in their life period. It affects the girls during adolescence. But it does not affect women when they become mature. It diminishes after the birth of a child. It is not harmful for a woman but very painful.

Secondary Dysmenorrhea:

It is a gynecological disorder which is due to the any other pelvic disease. Medications and surgery are the ways by which the secondary type of the dysmenorrhea is treated. It usually affects the women during their adulthood.

Dysmenorrhea Causes:

Contributing factors may include the following:
  • Anxiety of periods
  • Lack of physical exercise 
  • Wrongly positioned uterus 
  • A narrow opening of the cervix 
  • Cervix passing menstrual tissues

Risk Factors for Dysmenorrheal:

Followings are the risk factors for the dysmenorrheal:
  • A previous history of dysmenorrheal 
  • Smoking 
  • Long menstrual periods 
  • Heavy menstrual periods 
  • Early age at menarche

Dysmenorrhea Symptoms:

The symptoms may last for at least 3 days; some of the in initial symptoms are given below,
  • Sensation of pressure 
  • Pain in hips 
  • Pain in lower back 
  • Pain in inner thighs 
  • Itching and irritation
  • Upset life 
  • Nausea and vomiting 
  • Loose motions 
  • Rough moods 
  • nervousness

Dysmenorrhea Diagnosis:

Diagnosis of patients is performed if any of the symptoms is present, there may be given a pelvic examination, and their blood and urine may also be tested.
A doctor may also wish to use ultrasound to get a picture of your internal organs or even use the technique of laparoscopy for a direct look into your uterus. 

Dysmenorrhea Treatment:

Following medicine are usually used for treatment of Dysmenorrhea
NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Drugs)
Aspirin 
Paracetamol
Anti-cholinergic Drugs.
 

Herbal Drugs For dysmenorrhea :

Fennel
Mint 
Parsley
Pycnogenol
Holy basil
Angelica Sinesis
Beet Root 
Coriander 
Cinnamon
Asafetida 
Sesame seeds 
Aloe Vera 
 
In addition to the above, other non-medicinal treatments for the pain of Dysmenorrhea include:
 
Taking a warm bath
Gently massaging your abdomen 
Doing mild exercises like stretching, walking, or biking is really effective, it is because of the fact that exercise may boost blood flow and reduce pelvic pain in the females.
Get rest 
Avoid stress as your period’s approaches.
Yoga
Having an orgasm
 
You may also want to think about alternative therapies such as hypnosis, herbal medications, or acupuncture e.t.c. be cautious certainly lie with herbal medicines. They could be natural, but they are not necessarily safe and never free of side effects. Visit your physician for treatment.
 

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