I have been having painful cramps recently that felt before and after my periods. Sometimes they are a bit annoying but not dreadfully painful, and at other times they are so painful I end up curled up on the floor in tears. I don't know what causes this pain to occur. It is not the same as menstrual cramps, because I feel the pain in a lower place than where I feel menstrual cramps. I really want to know what it is so that I can stop it. Does anyone have the answer?
Hello Erika_The_Gamer, I understand your feeling very well, dysmenorrhea is unbearable. As a woman, I once accompanied a friend with severe dysmenorrhea to the hospital for examination. Doctors speculate that she has endometriosis or endometrial adenomyosis. These two gynecological diseases are most likely to cause dysmenorrhea in women.
Another thing to be concerned about is that you can't eat frozen food before and after menstruation, which will cause your channels to be blocked, so there will be severe abdominal pain during menstruation.
That doctor told me a dietary prescription, boiled ginger with dates, and added a little brown sugar. If you add angelica, it would be better. This is to help you treat dysmenorrhea.
Leonurus heterophyllus is a wild plant that regulates women's menstruation. In addition, if you feel that menstruation is coming soon, keeping warm is very important. Warm water bags or warm palace stickers may also be very helpful to you.
If you can't find these or have no time to do these, you can use Fuyan Therapy as home medicine, which is also recommended by my doctor.
If you do have endometrial adenomyosis or endometriosis after the examination, you may have no pain after giving birth. I also listened to the folk women.
Hello Erika_The_Gamer,I'd love to give you some advice about menstrual cramps and I hope it will help you.
Some pain, cramping, and discomfort during menstrual periods is normal. Excessive pain that causes you to miss work or school is not.It’s not always possible to identify the cause of painful menstrual periods. Some people are just at a higher risk of having painful periods.These risks include:
1,being under age 20
2,having a family history of painful periods
4,having heavy bleeding with periods
5,having irregular periods
If none of the above risks exist for you,then the causes can also be the result of an underlying medical condition, such as endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease.
One or more antibiotics that can be taken by mouth are usually the initial treatment for those female reproductive system disorders. You may need a combination of intravenous and oral antibiotics for more significant cases. If those even don’t work, you may need to be hospitalized to receive medication intravenously.
It is worth mentioning that herbal medicines are another alternative treatment for female reproductive system diseases. Unlike antibiotics, it will not cause any side effects and drug resistance and can help PID patients get cure completely in a short time without recurrence. If you're interested in this, you can get some information about Fuyan Pills. Many women reported that the Chinese herbal medicine help them cured the diseases that have plagued them for a long time, including painful cramps