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Menstruation [Periods] : Things You Should Know

Menstruation [Periods] : Things You Should Know

Menstruation-Periods
Menstruation [Periods] : Things You Should Know

What is menstruation?

Regular secretion of blood and intravenous part of the uterus is called menstruation (or menstruation) due to variations in cyclical hormones in women's body.
When a girl is born, then there are already millions of imperial ovaries present in its ovaries. When young, tens of them will start developing once a month because of hormonal stimulation (Hormonal Stimulation). Generally, during each cycle, only one egg egg maturation occurs in the ovaries and released into the uterus (which is called endoscale)
At the same time, the inner part of the uterus starts to thicken in pregnancy preparation. If this ovum is not fertilized, then it begins to flow from the vagina in the form of menstrual bleeding with the tissues in addition to the inner part of the uterus. After this the next menstrual cycle starts again

At what age does the menstruation begin? What age is the age of menstruation?

Most girls begin to experience menstruation at the age of 11-12. Most women's natural rheumatoid arthritis occur at 45-55 years of age. In this age, menstrual cycle is closed for eternity (there is rheumatoid arteria) and after this, women are not able to produce children.


What are the symptoms of conditions before the periods?

Prior to menstruation (PMS) symptoms, the relationship of symptoms is done through menstrual cycle. Generally, these symptoms start 5 to 11 days before menstruation. On the start of the menstruation, symptoms usually turn off or stop after some time. These symptoms include headaches, swelling in the legs, back pain, tingling in the stomach, looseness of the breasts or feeling of flowering.

PMS What are the causes of the disease (prior to periods)?

PMS The reason for this could not be known. This happens mostly in women of 20 to 40 years, a mother of a child or whose family has been under any pressure, or because of pressure from the first child, a woman has been ill - she has.

How can PMS (earlier disease of Period) be treated at home?

Self-treatment of PMS is included in-
  1. Regular exercise - 20 minutes to half an hour per day, which includes fast walking and bicycling.
  2. Dietary measures can be beneficial for raising whole grains, vegetables and fruits and reducing salt, sugar and coffee or shutting down completely.
  3. Make a Daily Diary or keep a record of how the symptoms were, how fast and how long it remained. Keep diaries of symptoms for at least three months. This will help the doctor not only to get the right diagnosis, but also help in giving proper treatment method.
  4. Appropriate relaxation is also important.

    Should I have menstruation every month?

    No, not all women get menstruation every month. A woman's chakra can vary according to her condition.

    A menstrual cycle can last for about 16 days. The duration of the cycle is assumed, from the first day of menstruation to the first day of the coming monthfor example:First day of last menstruation: 1 OctoberThe first day of the current menstruation: October 29Duration of the cycle: 28 days


    The girls whose menstruation started recently and the women who are about to reach the age of ragerestage can have an irregular menstruation.

    What is irregular menstrual period?

    An irregular menstrual period is that in which duration can be longer than one cycle to another, or they start to occur very quickly or disintegrate at an unusually long period. 

    Is it normal to have an irregular period in the first few years of adolescence? 

    Yes, the periods are initially irregular. The girl may be once in two months or twice in one month, as well as on time she becomes regular.

    Some conditions can be linked to the imbalance of the hormones, due to which menstruation may be irregular. These include:
    1. Overweight
    2. Dietary disorders (for example, anorexia nervosa)
    3. Doing a lot of exercise
    4. To be stressed
    5. Take some medicines (for example, taking contraceptive injection)
    6. Taking intoxicants
    7. Breastfeeding
    8. Having E. (chronic) diseases, having hormonal disorders (for example, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease etc.)
    9. Conditions that affect the activity of ova gland
    10. Infections of the uterus can be blood-secretion from the vagina between two months due to disorders, polyps, circulation or vaginal infections, or vaginal cancer. Because of this, there may be an illusion of 'irregular menstruation'.
    11. For the unknown reasons, indomotorosis occurs due to which there is a pain in the genitalia and the blood secretion occurs soon.
    12. Sometimes the reason is unclear when it is said that the woman has an abnormal pregnancy bleeding.
    13. Scrotum confirmation
    14. Pressure.

    Am I getting a lot of menstruation?

    The heaviest menstrual period is that menstrual bleeding is too high or its duration is high
    Your blood secretion can be very high, if:
    1. Your menstrual cycle lasts more than 7 days (most women's menstrual period lasts 2-7 days)
    2. You have to turn long and super-absorbent pads every 1-2 hours
    3. Big clots of blood are coming out
    4. You have a lot of bleeding suddenly (i.e. sudden sudden bleeding so much that your underwear and clothes become wet)
    5. You have to get up again to change the pad overnight
    6. Despite using pad / tamogon, your bed sheet will be bleeding
    7. Due to more menstruation, affecting your work, family life and social life
    8. During the menstruation and afterwards you feel very good, your breathing starts and you feel tired

    When is secretion of Periods considered heavy?

    If the sanitary pad fills up secretion every six hours for six hours continuously, then it is called heavy period.

    What are the common reasons for secretion of heavy periods?

    Reasons for heavy periods include:
    1. Something emerges in the lining of the womb.
    2. Which is called inactic pregnancy bleeding. Which has not been interpreted.
    3. Thyroid glandular problems
    4. Blood clotting disease
    5. Intercept device
    6. Pressure.

    What is the pain of menstruation?

    Menstrual pain is usually done sometime before the start of menstruation or menstrual cycle. Usually in the lower part of the stomach, from light to strong stomachache is felt
    Typically, there is a lot of pain in the case of heavy hemorrhage
    Due to pain can cause stomach upset, such as reversing or dilution
    Menstrual pain is of 2 types:
    • Pain due to any medical condition
    • Pain due to any underlying condition

    This usually occurs after a short period of time when menstruation begins in young women
    1. This can be due to the use of endo methiosis, infection of pedu, intrauterine contraceptive device etc.
    2. When the woman is older, giving birth to a baby or a child can reduce this pain or even end up
    3. This pain may start at any time during the menstrual cycle
    4. It lasts for 1-3 days
    5. Due to this, bleeding from vaginal bleeding or fever can occur
    6. Taking relief from pain by taking hot compress or taking palliative medication
    7. Pain may occur during intercourse
    8. Women who exercise regularly, they usually have less pain
    9. Taking general palliative medicines can not relieve pain
    10. Treatment of the underlying pain can help reduce pain
    11. If you see any of the following symptoms, contact your Doctor:
    12. You are 16 years old and you have not started a menstruation
    13. Your menstrual has suddenly become irregular
    14. Vaginal bleeding
    15. Vaginal bleeding after sexual intercourse
    16. Vaginal bleeding after one year of menstruation
    17. Start of pain during menstrual cycle or at the age of 40
    18. Monthly cycle may be less than 21 days
    19. Too much menstrual cycle (see question 4)
    20. Chronic pain / stomachache during menstruation
    21. You are under age 45 and you have not been menstruated for a year

    What painful periods can you treat at home?

    The following treatment may be that you can save on prescription drugs.
    1. Cold down the lower part of your abdomen (below the navel). Keep in mind that the baking pads are not kept asleep.
    2. Bath with hot water
    3. Drink hot drinks only
    4. Massage the round goal with the fingers of your fingers around the lower abdomen.
    5. Take a walk or do regular exercises and do pelvic exercises in it.
    6. Consume food rich with mixed carbohydrates such as cereals, fruits and vegetables but there is less salt, sugar, alcohol and caffeine content.
    7. Eat lightly but at some interval.
    8. Use relaxation techniques such as meditation or yoga.
    9. Keep your legs high when you lie down or sleep on one side by kneeling knees.

    When should you consult a doctor for painful periods?

    If the self-treatment is not cured for three consecutive months or if the blood clots are present, then the doctor should consult. 
    If you have had pain since more than five days before menstruation, and even after menstruation, you should go to the doctor.

    What should be done if there is heavy, long and irregular period?


    1. Keep a record of the menstrual cycle- Include the number of secretions, how many secretions (note how many pad notes work, and how much they were wet) and any other symptom that you felt.
    2. If the problem continues for more than three months, consult a doctor.
























































































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