Every Female’s Nightmare! Menstrual Pain!!
I know about a number of females, particularly adolescents who don’t like ‘being a female’ due to the pain during the menstruation. If you are one of those or you are aware of such females, this blog is to stop by.
Primary Dysmenorrhoea (or, in other terms, menstrual pain) is a usual process of menstruation. It has an influence on girls during adolescence phase and the agonizing pain eases as they mature. It may be hurting but is not harmful. Prostaglandins (hormones that cause contraction of your uterus during the phases of menstruation and childbirth) results in pain. Its pain perhaps gives rise to uterine contractions that crop up when the blood supply to its lining (endometrial lining) is decreased. (But don’t worry! It is a part of you and it is really very important, so blame it, but accept it and get going with it). Other factors may also comprise of – a uterus that tilts towards the back rather than forward, lack of exercise, smoking, intake of alcohol, social or psychological stress, or being obese. These contribute to the menstrual pain.
Secondary dysmenorrhoea is usually associated with some sort of gynaecological disorder. It presumably affects females during adulthood.
“The menstruation cycle is constituted with a series of physiological modifications in the endocrine system, uterus, as well as ovaries that occur from the start of one menstrual flow, to the beginning of the next.”