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Irregular Menstruation and it's treatment

Date: Nov 07,2018   Read: 
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There are many women worry about their menstrual problems, such as heavy bleeding and painful cramps during the menstruation. These symptoms may promote anxiety and even disrupt a woman's life. And especially for those women who ready to have a baby, the menstrual disorder may cause their concerns of infertility. I find some information from internet to help women who suffer from the menstrual disorder.
 
Actually menstrual disorder included:
 
Dysmenorrhea (Painful Cramps)
Dysmenorrhea is severe, frequent cramping during menstruation. The pain usually aggravates when the bleeding starts and continues for 32 - 48 hours. And it typically occurs in the underbelly and sometimes spread to the lower back and thighs.
 
Menorrhagia (Heavy Bleeding)
Menorrhagia is the medical term for abnormal heavier bleeding. According to the survey, one in five women bleed so heavily during their periods that they have to put their normal lives on hold just to deal with the heavy blood flow.
Heavy menstrual bleeding can be caused by:
 
∆ Hormonal imbalances
∆ Structural abnormalities in the uterus, such as polyps or fibroids
∆ Medical conditions
 
So if you are past menopause and experience any vaginal bleeding, discuss your symptoms with your health care professional right away. Any vaginal bleeding after menopause isn't normal and should be evaluated immediately by a health care professional.
 
Amenorrhea (Absence of Menstruation)
Amenorrhea is the absence of menstruation. There are two categories: primary amenorrhea and secondary amenorrhea. These terms refer to the time when menstruation stops:
 
Primary amenorrhea occurs when a girl does not begin to menstruate by age 16.
Secondary amenorrhea occurs when periods that were previously regular stop for at least three months.
 
Oligomenorrhea (Light or Infrequent Menstruation)
Oligomenorrhea is a condition in which menstrual cycles are infrequent, greater than 35 days apart. It is very common in early adolescence and does not usually indicate a medical problem.
When girls first menstruate they often do not have regular cycles for a couple of years. Even healthy cycles in adult women can vary by a few days from month to month. Periods may occur every 3 weeks in some women, and every 5 weeks in others. Flow also varies and can be heavy or light. Skipping a period and then having a heavy flow may occur; this is most likely due to missed ovulation rather than a miscarriage.
 
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a set of physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms that occur during the last week of the luteal phase (a week before menstruation) in most cycles.
 
The symptoms typically do not start until at least day 13 in the cycle, and resolve within 4 days after bleeding begins. Women may begin to have premenstrual syndrome symptoms at any time during their reproductive years. Once established, the symptoms tend to remain fairly constant until menopause, although they can vary from cycle to cycle.
 
Guangzhou Elizabeth Women's Hospital has rich experience of treating menstrual disorder, and we are able to provide TCM and western treatment ways to improve your symptoms.Generally speaking, most menstrual cycle problems have straightforward explanations. If you are suffering from the pain of menstruation disorder, please seek your doctors' help ASAP.
 

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