Women's health is very important and it's not surprising because it will determine whether a woman can give birth to a child. But still in recent years, more and more women notice different symptoms and abnormalities. In some cases these symptoms are pain, in some absence of menstruation and in such cases it is important to quickly begin treatment and understand the problem. We will describe the most frequent complaints. Often can be manifested pain, which begins just before menstruation and intensifies within 24 hours. This pain is irregular, acute, compressive and is felt in the lower abdomen. It is similar to pain during labor and usually gives in the back, thighs, vagina and this is not dangerous for women’s health but if these symptoms are strong then it is worth to inform about that your doctor. Often the pain is accompanied by frequent urination, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, chills, bloating, chest pain, depression, irritability.
In painful menstruation is applied treatment aimed at eliminating pain and most importantly to eliminate its causes. So, if the pain is weak or moderate, for example, you can prescribe aspirin or ibuprofen, applying heat to the bottom of the abdomen. If painful menstruation occurs without an obvious cause, hormonal drugs like oral contraceptives can help. With menstrual cramps, doctors recommend homeopathic remedies with magnesium preparations, exercise therapy (several times a day doing leg movements in the air, like riding a bicycle, stretching exercises, sit-ups). Also there are a lot of ways to eliminate pain at home invented by desperate women about which you can read at women’s health forum. Pain, discomfort, spasms and hypersensitivity can be present in the lower abdomen. These symptoms can be associated with inflammatory diseases of the genitals, menstruation, spontaneous abortion and other diseases of the genitals. In turn, painful menstruation can be a consequence of gynecological disorders, hormonal disorders, psychological factors and that is why it women’s health care is very important.
Inflammatory diseases of the uterus and its cervix, fallopian tubes, ovaries develop due to their infection. Often the infection passes from one organ to another, it can spread throughout the reproductive system and in severe cases inflammation of the peritoneum peritonitis. In the absence of qualified treatment this leads to infertility, blood infection, the formation of blood clots. Symptoms of inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs: pain, discomfort, spasms in the lower abdomen, severe pain when moving the cervix during a gynecological examination. It is possible to separate pus from the vagina, increase body temperature, weakness, nausea, general malaise. Amenorrhea absence of menstruation for 6 months or more. Causes: acute and chronic infections, intoxications, mental trauma, some mental illnesses (schizophrenia, epilepsy, manic-depressive psychosis), organic brain diseases, endocrine gland diseases, inflammatory processes of the genital organs, malnutrition. Amenorrhea can be physiological; this is evidenced by numerous topics in women’s health magazines before puberty, during pregnancy, lactation and menopause. Symptoms: lack of menstruation, a feeling of undulating tides of blood to the head, heat, quickening of the heartbeat, emotional excitement, sometimes a headache. Hypomenorrhea it is cyclical (with the preservation of rhythm) but meager menstruation due to insufficient development of follicles, yellow body and lesion of the endometrium. Oligomenorea the appearance of menstruation 1 time in 2-3 months and periodic menstruation 1 time in 6 months. Opsomenorrhea rare (1-3-6 months) menstruation, meager or recurrent uterine bleeding, alternating with delays in menstruation. Opmomenorea occurs due to a weakened follicular function or the same causes as amenorrhea. When menstruation and hypomenorrhea are delayed, headache, nausea, vomiting, chest tightness, agitation, back pain, indigestion, constipation are often noted. During menstruation, there is severe pain with convulsive contractions of the uterus. At some patients at each menses there is a nosebleed or bloody vomiting, after that the specified signs disappear or considerably decrease. When menstruation is absent for a longer time (1-2 years or more), neurosis may develop. So as you see there can be a lot of different abnormalities in women’s health. One of the causes of pain in the female genital area is bartholinitis, an infectious inflammation of the excretory ducts of the Bartholin glands located at the entrance to the vagina. When the ducts are blocked due to the inflammation of these glands, severe soreness is observed in the labia and perineum, swelling at the entrance to the vagina (often on one side), fever, weakness, nausea and general malaise. Treatment is carried out under the supervision of a doctor. Antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory drugs, anesthetics are prescribed. With a formed abscess, a surgical operation is indicated.