Women are vulnerable to many problems and experience more health problems because of menstrual problems or problems associated with the reproductive system. Depression and women’s problems during menstruation require careful analysis.
o Dysmenorea is related to extreme pain during and around their menstrual time. Pain can weaken, and in some circumstances accompanied by nausea, dizziness, fatigue, fainting, headaches and even constipation or diarrhea. Constant low back pain is a congestive dysmenorrhea where cramps narrow the pain is dismenorrhea spasmodic.
o Menstrual cycles can vary from 23 days to 35 days. Regular if your menstruation occurs at regular intervals. Small deviations such as periods for menstrual cycles vary from 25 days to 35 days the next cycle occurred general. The gap is large and there is no period, spotting and continuous bleeding for several weeks when the period occurs, guarantee a visit to the doctor. It can find out if you have other complications such as polycystic ovarian syndrome.
o Menorrhagia is excessive flow during the period. The average number is usually around 35 ml during the entire period. The easiest way to measure for excessive flow is if you need to change your tampon or pad more often during the day.
o Period does not occur during pregnancy and breastfeeding, this is a natural reason. If there are no periods for more than six months without natural causes, it is diagnosed as amenorrhea. The missed period also occurs at the beginning of puberty or menopause. Drugs can also be the cause of the missing period. Consult a doctor because Amenorrhoea increases the risk of osteoporosis.
o PMS or symptoms of premenstrual describe the symptoms that occur after ovulation and absent during menstruation. There is a list of very large symptoms of almost more than 150 which causes confusion in the diagnosis. Depression, changes in mood, craves food, weight gain, headaches, constipation, bloating etc. Are some common symptoms. To make it easier for PMS categorized by type (type A, type C etc.)
Fish and uterine problems
o Fibroids are non-cancerous growth in or on the uterine wall. They are also called Myomas. This size varies from small beans to seven-month fetal sizes. Depending on where they grow (inside or outside the uterus or in the uterine wall) they are classified as submucosal, intramural, subserols and groated fibroids. This is the cause of heavy periods and severe pain in some cases. Many menstrual problems are related to fibroid growth.
o Endometriosis is a condition in which the uterus layer grows outside the uterus. It can grow in ovaries, fallopian tubes, pelvis, intestines or bladder. Endometrium is sensitive to hormonal and bloody changes during menstruation. Because there is no outlet that causes scars, inflammatory cysts etc. This condition can produce a very painful period and painful sex.
o Hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus and is rarely done except to save lives. The most common is a heavy period. It can also be suggested in cases of fibroids, endometriosis, prolaps, cancer or other pelvic inflammation diseases.
o Infertility or barren from the VIIES medical point caused by many factors. Ovulation failure (may be caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome), fallopi tube damage, endometriosis and other problems cause infertility. Lifestyle factors, malnutrition and emotional elements can also cause infertility.