Goodbye menstrual cramps!

Discomforts that can cause menstrual periods vary from one woman to another. Some are fortunate enough to only feel discomfort or slight pain in the pelvic area or lower abdomen, while many others suffer from severe abdominal pain accompanied with back pain, headaches, fatigue and weakness.

These cramps are caused by contractions having your uterus as a way of releasing the endometrium covering it, for the preparation and hosting of the fertilized egg.

When there is no fertilization, endometrial lining have to peel off and then discarded vaginally to be renewed for the new menstrual cycle. The cycle starts with vaginal bleeding.

When menstrual cramps are very strong, often diagnosed as dysmenorrhea: primary, when there is no relationship of symptoms with any condition of the uterus and pelvic organs, and secondary, as if there is a relationship with any conditions such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis , pelvic inflammatory disease, premenstrual syndrome, diseases / sexually transmitted infections or use of intrauterine device (IUD)

Traditional medicine has treatment for menstrual discomforts. When your case is not of secondary dysmenorrhea alternative approach can help.

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