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Hey I am 18 years old female who gets regular periods but has cramps which are sometimes bearable sometimes painful. My flow is normally low not too heavy. This month shifted to a new country and hv stress n stuff my period is a little lighter in color than usual. Cramps and bloating persist.

Hey I am 18 years old female who gets regular periods but has cramps which are sometimes bearable sometimes painful. ...
Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen. Rest when needed. Give yourself a little massage where it hurts. Exercise-- get moving to relieve symptoms. Walking, running, yoga etc. Avoid foods that contain caffeine. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol (if you do) for this homeopathic treatment is very effective for more details you can consult me.
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I had period yesterday jus few drops on pad but having severe menstrual cramp. Today on 2nd day not a single drop of blood on pad but having extreme painful cramp. What can be the reason behind and what medicine should I take for relief. Earlier I diagnosed with pcos but i'm having this kind of experience of few drops of blood on first day and no sign of blood on other day with extreme cramp during periods. I'm very worried. Is this normal? Please reply I will be grateful to you all.

I had period yesterday jus few drops on pad but having severe menstrual cramp. Today on 2nd day not a single drop of ...
Hi , when the menstrual bleeding is unduly scanty and lasts less than 2 days, it is called hypomenorrhoea. The causes may be local, endocrinal (use of oral contraceptives, thyroid dysfunction and premenopausal period) or systemic (malnutritional). Treatment depends upon the causes. For relief from your symptoms take m2tone syrup of charak pharma n lodhra asav plus ashoka arishta mixed together with equal amount of water. For more information you can consult on mobile thank you.
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Hi, I had periods yesterday just few drops on pad but having severe menstrual cramp. Today on 2nd day not a single drop of blood on pad but having extreme painful cramp. What can be the reason and what medicine should I take for relief. Earlier I diagnosed with pcos also but I'm having this experience for first time of no blood few drops on first day and no sign of blood on other day with severe cramp. I'm very worried is this normal. Please reply I will be grateful to you all.

Hi, I had periods yesterday just few drops on pad but having severe menstrual cramp. Today on 2nd day not a single dr...
Ms. lybrate-user, as you asked about your problem related to the irregular period and cramps during the day. As you are diagnosed with pcos, obesity, I would like to advise you that all these factors are due to harmonic disorders. It's not very problem but curable and it takes time to get cure from 3 to 6 months continuous treatment. The you may call for your appointment for your pulse diagnosis and proper treatment. You may follow the regular routine of diets and behaviors, hot water sipping boiled with ginger, ajwayan and saumph every one hour one cup as tea .you may use light dietary measures, green vegetables, moong daal, warm milk boiled with ginger and haldi. Avoid yogurt and citrus foods and fruits.
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I am 19 year old and I have delayed my periods for 12 day's. I'm still a virgin, and I have very bad cramps in my abdomen part, the cramps are just like I the ones during my periods. But I haven't yet got my periods but have very bad cramp's. Wanted to know what is the problem with me. Can you please help me.

I am 19 year old and I have delayed my periods for 12 day's. I'm still a virgin, and I have very bad cramps in my abd...
It is very common in young girls to have some change in dates. Nothing abnormal about it. Use hot water bottle for pain relief. Take rest. Avoid coffee and cold drinks. Avoid too salty food. Gentle exercise like walk and yoga helps. Yoga will also make cycle regular.
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I am having constan cramps right after my periods. Does that mean I am pregnant. This is my 13th day with cramps and mild pains.

I am having constan cramps right after my periods. Does that mean I am pregnant. This is my 13th day with cramps and ...
No it does not mean pregnancy. Take pregnancy test to confirm. Take homeopathic medicine cuprum met 30.
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Pelvic Pain - What Can Cause It?

Pelvic Pain - What Can Cause It?

Pelvic pain frequently leads to a lot of pain in the pelvis of females as well as males. Pelvic pain can be witnessed in men, as well, and can come from different causes. Pelvic pain might be a manifestation of infection or may emerge from pain in the pelvic bone or other organs, for example, the bladder or colon. In ladies, in any case, pelvic pain can in all likelihood be an indication that there might be an issue with one of the regenerative organs in the pelvic range (uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, or vagina).

To determine what is causing pelvic pain, your doctor will first ask you several questions about your symptoms and past medical problems. He or she will also perform a physical exam and may offer you tests to determine what is causing your pain. Other tests that may be given include:

  1. Blood and urine tests
  2. Pregnancy tests in females of reproductive age
  3. Vaginal or penile cultures to check for sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea and/or chlamydia
  4. Abdominal and pelvic X-rays
  5. Bone density screening (special type of X-ray to determine the strength of bone)
  6. Diagnostic laparoscopy (procedure allowing a direct look at the structures in the pelvis and abdomen)
  7. Hysteroscopy (procedure to examine the uterus)
  8. Stool test (checking a stool sample for microscopic blood)
  9. Lower endoscopy (insertion of a lighted tube to examine the inside of the rectum and part or all of the colon)
  10. Ultrasound (test that uses sound waves to provide images of internal organs)
  11. CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis (scan that uses X-rays and computers to produce an image of a cross-section of the body)

Few possible reasons for pelvic pain in both men and women may include:

  1. An infected appendix is an irritation of the informative supplement, a three and a half inch long container of tissue that reaches out from the digestive organ.
  2. A few people blame a little bladder for regular breaks, however, your body's ordinary "limit" is once in a while the genuine reason for such an issue. In healthy individuals, that limit ranges from one to two mugs.
  3. Sexual conditions, or STDs, incorporate chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis. Vaginal or reformatory release and pain or torment during urination can also demonstrate an STD.
  4. Kidney disease or kidney stones
  5. Intestinal pain
  6. Nerve conditions
  7. A hernia occurs when an organ or greasy tissue crushes through a frail spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called the belt.
  8. Broken pelvis could occur due to a prior injury.
  9. Psychogenic pain is a pain issue connected with mental variables. A few sorts of mental or passionate issues can bring about, increment or drag out the pain.

The possible reasons for pelvic pain in only women just may include:

  1. Ectopic pregnancyIn case that the prepared egg embeds in your fallopian tube or elsewhere in your stomach area, you wind up with what is called an ectopic pregnancy.
  2. Unsuccessful labor: An unsuccessful labor is the departure of an embryo before the twentieth week of pregnancy.
  3. Pelvic inflammatory disease: Pelvic inflammatory disease, generally called PID, is a disease of the female regenerative organs.
  4. Ovulation: The primary stage begins with the main day of your period. Your body discharges hormones that make the eggs inside your ovaries develop. If your ovulation cycle is interrupted due to any means, it can cause pelvic pain as well. It can generally, also cause pelvic pain.
  5. Fibroids: Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous lumps that develop on the uterus. Symptoms may include substantial periods, cramping, excruciating sex and an urge to urinate frequently.
  6. EndometriosisEndometriosis is the growth of uterine-coating tissue outside the uterus. Side effects may include stomach pain, painful periods, and infertility.
  7. Uterine cancerCancerous growth inside the uterus
  8. Cervical cancer: Cervical cancer is for the most part brought on by the human papillomavirus, or HPV. A HPV vaccine may decrease the danger of cervical cancer.
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Hi, I have mild lower abdomen pain, headache and leg cramps after my periods. I feel low most of the times.

Hi, I have mild lower abdomen pain, headache and leg cramps after my periods. I feel low most of the times.
Hello, thanks for your query on Lybrate "as" per your clinical history is concerned you can stop medications as mentioned ,do take [lapanto-dsr cap]once a day for abdominal pain and vomiting, add (crocin-650 mg) for headache and add (absolut-3g soft-gelatin cap) once a day at bedtime. Try to avoid [primolut-n] if not advised by your doctor. Hope that helps.
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