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Why Menstrual Become Less Painful After Marriage
Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more
My menstrual cycle is of 40-45 days, I hv done my ultrasound also nd doctors recommended me that it will be ok after my marriage please help me out?
My marriage have 3 year but my wife will not pregnant while all physically condition is perfect and menstrual being in right duration but why sperm is not concept while more trying?
Next step: You both should be worked up for reasons why ypu cannot conceive. It might be your sperm count or motility or she is not ovulating? ...Read more
Iam a pharmacy student I got pregnant the and I delievered but still have menstrual pain but some say it will disapear after marriage and labor true?
Menstrual pain: Menstrual pain is unrelated to marriage. Although it frequently lessens after childbirth. ...Read more
How to get normal menstrual cycles.... My wife is 24, she has irregular menstrual periods since her teenage. Most of the times her period goes for 45 days with 8-10 days bleeding. Before marriage she never had any stomach pain. But after marriage she star
Your: Your wife has an ovulation problem. If you want children now then she should see her ob/gyn or an infertility specialist. They will give her medicine to help her ovulate. This will also help regulate her period and reduce the risk of cysts. When she does not want to get pregnant she should go on a birth control pill to pre vent cysts ...Read more
I'm vardhana and I would like get some suggestions 2 perpone or postpone my menstural periods as it get sturck during my marraige ceremony. Kindly help.?
Not having any feelings when having sex and painful. Had my ovaries taken out and everything went wrong. Don't want my marriage to end from this what c?
There is help!: This is distressing. And while oophorectomy can certainly be a contributing factor, dyspareunia (painful sex) & non-responsiveness are usually multifactorial. Review all your symptoms with your gynecologist/surgeon: hormones may be helpful post-oophorectomy, and other causes for the pain may be identified. Your gynecologist may refer you to a sex therapist who can work with you & your husband ...Read more
I am a 27 year old virgin and I have only ever done external masturbation. My boyfriend and I are serious and moving toward marriage, but will be waiting until then to have sex. I don't want it to be painful for me, but am unsure how to ensure that. Is th
Not a fail safe: Method but it is usually not painful, alittle wine will do ...Read more
38 yr. Marriage. One child. Extremely infrequent intercourse. Very painful sex w/blood. Gynecologist states episiotomy to blame. Any options for me?
Assuming it is not: From atrophic vaginitis which means vaginal thinning due to lack of estrogen in the vaginal tissue - that can cause all of your symptoms, and can be treated with low dose vaginal estrogen like Estrace (estradiol) cream, if it is really from episiotomy which is possible but not likely, the episiotomy can be redone with a minor surgery, you should go for a 2nd opinion before u would have that type of surgery. ...Read more
Heat and pain killer: Use heating pad and non steroidal anti inflammatory meds. If still in lots of pain see an obgyn. After proper history and exam may be an ultrasound might be indicated. Oral contraceptives can be prescribed in some cases. ...Read more
Eval: Get evaluated. Dysmenorrhea can be caused by polyps, fibroids & adenomyosis. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, extra salt & junk carbohydrates. Increase complex carbohydrates – try to incorporate at least 5 servings of vegetables and 4 servings of fruit into your diet daily. Try: omega- 3 fatty acids. Try to take in magnesium either through supplementation or through your diet with your doctor’s >>. ...Read more
Medication: You can start taking NSAID (not in excess), a few days before your period is due to start, but you ahve to keep to a schedule, even if it means waking up during night. If this doesn't work, consider continuous use of a hormonal contraceptive or a mirena. Nsaids are better than tylenol (acetaminophen) as they reduce the formation of substance that makes you cramp. Pills etc work by-less/no blood= less/ cramping. ...Read more
had extremely tolerable menstrual symptoms before starting bc but now so painful & heavy since I got off. Is that normal? I have symptoms I never had
Endometrioisis: If your periods were tolerable prior to the OCPs, you may have developed some endometriosis (implants of the lining of the uterus into the abdomen and pelvis) or adenomyosis (thickening of the muscular wall of the uterus). Birth control pills do suppress these symptoms, but do not prevent them. An infection may also contribute to painful, heavy periods. Anti-inflammatories may help the pain. ...Read more
Dysmenorrhea: Severe menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea) is often associated with any number of pathologic GYN conditions. The best advice is to see a GYN MD, get examined with possible testing. And then treatment can resolved many of those concerns. ...Read more
Medically or surgica: Taking a birth control pill is one simple way to make menses less painful and lighter - they usually do a good job at this, various pain meds (including Ponstel often help), for some women a Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud will help make the lighter, sometimes less painful, and depending on the cause sometimes surgical options can help. For adenomyosis a hysterectomy can sometimes be the best definitive treatment. ...Read more
I'v been having heavy, painful menstrual bleeding for about a year now (age 42). What can be done?
Several choices: If not on birth control pills that is a good start especially taking them intentionally not to have periods. Very safe. Many women benefit from the hormone iud. If periods are regular starting a Motrin or Ibuprofen product several days in advance sometimes helps. Some women (usually older than you) develop a condition called adenomyosis. Not dangerous but harder to control. Suggest sono if persist. ...Read more
Cramps: NSAID’s, SSRI’s, hormone meds, OTC meds containing diuretics, warm bath, heating pad, exercise & acupuncture are excellent for PMS / period. Avoid caffeine, chocolate, alcohol & salt. Get GYN eval to R/O underlying pathology. Consider omega- 3 fatty acids, magnesium (supplementation or through diet) or Black Cohosh with dr ok. Sipping Chamomile can dissipate pain. Ginger helps w nausea. ...Read more
Irritated uterus: I would say that the most common cause of painful menses is an irritated uterus that spasms...This can be secondary to getting older; to a thickening called adenomyosis; or to other pathology. I would always reccomend follow-up with your gyn and see if he reccomended meds and or surgery like laparoscopy. ...Read more
What are ways I can minimize menstrual pain? Natural and not? I want to have kids but not now, maybe in 5-10 years. It's quite painful first 48 hrs.
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