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Painful Menstruation Is It Normal?.

Doctors in the house.Pls help me out what is wrong with my girl always painful menstruation my girl complains each time it comes out.Is it normal?.

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I suggested that u should meet a gynaecologist, the problem will be solved.

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it's alright. the spam bots respects no one, not even valuable contributors like you.

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chillax, its the spam bots thats removing the posts. i've notified the admin about it. hope it comes up soon.

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DOMINQUE WHAT GIVES? WHY DO YOU KEEP BLOCKING MY POSTS? IM NOT SELLING poo HERE ONLY EXPLAINING THE DISORDER AND ITS CAUSES. TWICE NOW YOU REMOVED IT.

@poster ill try again tomorrow

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Dysmenorrhea: lets see if it stays up this time

History

Primary dysmenorrhea:

Onset within 6 months after menarche, Lower abdominal/pelvic pain begins with onset of menses and lasts 8-72 hours, Low back pain, Medial/anterior thigh pain, Headache, Diarrhea, Nausea/vomiting

Secondary dysmenorrhea:

Onset in 20s or 30s, after relatively painless menstrual cycles in the past, Infertility, Heavy menstrual flow or irregular bleeding, Dyspareunia,

womanly discharge, Pain may not be relieved by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)

Physical

Primary dysmenorrhea

May have lower abdominal tenderness, May have uterine tenderness or normal pelvic examination findings, Cervical stenosis may contribute to retrograde flow.

Secondary dysmenorrhea

Palpable uterine mass or masses, Cervical motion tenderness, Adnexal tenderness or palpable mass or masses, womanly or cervical discharge,

Visible womanly pathology (mucosal tears, masses, prolapse), Normal abdominal and pelvic examinations do not rule out pathology. Ultrasonography or other imaging modalities may be warranted if suspicion of secondary dysmenorrhea is high.

Causes

Primary dysmenorrhea

Early age at menarche (<12 y), Nulliparity, Heavy or prolonged menstrual flow, Smoking, Positive family history, Obesity

Secondary dysmenorrhea

Endometriosis, Pelvic inflammatory disease , Ovarian cysts and tumors, Cervical stenosis or occlusion, Adenomyosis, Leiomyomata (fibroids), Uterine polyps, Intrauterine adhesions, Congenital malformations (eg, bicornate uterus, subseptate uterus), Intrauterine contraceptive device, Transverse womanly septum, Pelvic congestion syndrome, Allen-Masters syndrome, Tubo-ovarian abscess, Ovarian torsion

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its called Dysmenorrhea. i had a longer post explaining it but it seems the moderators blocked it. ill get back to you on the details

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Dysmenorrhea affects nearly 25% of women and 50-60% of adolesence.

History

•Primary dysmenorrhea:

Onset within 6 months after menarche, Lower abdominal/pelvic pain begins with onset of menses and lasts 8-72 hours, Low back pain, Medial/anterior thigh pain, Headache, Diarrhea, Nausea/vomiting

•Secondary dysmenorrhea:

Onset in 20s or 30s, after relatively painless menstrual cycles in the past, Infertility, Heavy menstrual flow or irregular bleeding, Dyspareunia,

womanly discharge, Pain may not be relieved by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)

Physical

•Primary dysmenorrhea

May have lower abdominal tenderness, May have uterine tenderness or normal pelvic examination findings, Cervical stenosis may contribute to retrograde flow.

•Secondary dysmenorrhea

Palpable uterine mass or masses, Cervical motion tenderness, Adnexal tenderness or palpable mass or masses, womanly or cervical discharge,

Visible womanly pathology (mucosal tears, masses, prolapse), Normal abdominal and pelvic examinations do not rule out pathology. Ultrasonography or other imaging modalities may be warranted if suspicion of secondary dysmenorrhea is high.

Causes

•Primary dysmenorrhea

Early age at menarche (<12 y), Nulliparity, Heavy or prolonged menstrual flow, Smoking, Positive family history, Obesity

•Secondary dysmenorrhea

Endometriosis, Pelvic inflammatory disease , Ovarian cysts and tumors, Cervical stenosis or occlusion, Adenomyosis, Leiomyomata (fibroids), Uterine polyps, Intrauterine adhesions, Congenital malformations (eg, bicornate uterus, subseptate uterus), Intrauterine contraceptive device, Transverse womanly septum, Pelvic congestion syndrome, Allen-Masters syndrome, Tubo-ovarian abscess, Ovarian torsion

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Its not abnormal, but it does happen.I used to be a victim till I turned 17.I underwent an operation for appendix and the menstrual pain left with the operation pain.

I was told I would suffer it till I gave birth to my first child.The pain was terrible.I would be bedridden for the entire 5 days it would come with intense pains in my lower and upper tomy as well as the sides.

Just tell your girl to take lots of warm water and also bath with hot water during that time.It helps a little.This might also help;I used to be on boscopan a lot then, bjut our bodies are different.She should look for a mild drug that will help her out

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