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6 Menstrual Problems You Must Not Ignore

Many women suffer during menstruation. Pains are expected, but in some cases you still need to visit a doctor. Absence of menstruation If ...

Many women suffer during menstruation. Pains are expected, but in some cases you still need to visit a doctor.

Absence of menstruation
If fall behind one or more periods (and sure you’re not pregnant), it can cause some not so good things. 

Reasons for this may be: hormonal imbalance, thyroid problems, excessive exercise or dieting, stress or premature menopause. 

Without regular menstruation can lead to growth of abnormal cells (potentially precancerous condition). 
Pins Are Common During Mensuration Period 

Besides the classic examination, your doctor might do a blood test to check hormone levels, thyroid work and that there is polycystic ovary syndrome (a condition that causes increased levels of male hormones).

Sudden and intensive cramps
If you have cramps that cause unbearable pain, you may suffer from endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition where cells grow inside the uterus, starts to rise from its outer side, which causes abnormal pain. 

Symptoms can occur at any time, and most women who are diagnosed with this condition have a history of painful periods since young days.

Dotted bleeding
If you notice bleeding between cycles by spots, it can be normal (especially if you are using anti baby pill), but you should consult an expert. It may mean that you have a cyst, uterine fibroid or precancerous cells. 
Birth Control Pills 

And you may also have polyps. For irregular cycle disorder is considered the rhythm of the menstrual cycle when bleeding is not conducted for 28 days.

If it happens once, it can be tolerated, but each subsequent iteration is reason to visit the gynecologist. 

Another problem is the bleeding between cycles and bleeding after sexual intercourse.

Excessive bleeding or cycle that lasts longer than 10 days
What it is actually, excessive bleeding? Basically, if you change pads every hour, it can be called excessive bleeding. 

This may be a sign of medical problems as fibroid, polyps, and adenomyosis (where endometrial tissue grows in the muscle wall of the uterus), which can cause anemia. 

This situation requires immediate doctor intervention. It may be a sign of myomas or hyperplasia.

Unbearable PMS Symptoms
If you turn into a real monster before menstruation, then you probably suffer from premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), which is incomparably worse than the classical PMS. 
Consult Your Doctor 

Symptoms include craving for food, mood swings, depression, major anxiety, anger and loss of control over behavior. These symptoms can be very uncomfortable, but taking antidepressants over two weeks to a month continuously, can lead to a big difference.

“Crazy” hormones
Has been shown that some things during menstruation can greatly worsen. If you suffer from asthma and you seem to feel much worse the week before menstruation, it is probably not a coincidence. 

There is a phenomenon called “premenstrual magnification”, where conditions such as diabetes, depression and arthritis got worse during menstruation. 

Talk to your doctor about medications that you need to drink before menstruation, which will help you feel better. - True Health Tips 

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