How To Manage Dysmenorrhea

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Dysmenorrhea, which is also called menstrual pain or cramps by most people, is a disorder that is mostly experienced by most females during menstruation which is usually characterized by a discomforting pain.

Researches have shown that the basic cause of this disorder can be linked to diet. Some diets tend to intensify this pain. For instance, artificial diet that is based on refined and processed products increases the possibilities of one experiencing dysmenorrhea.

Therefore, it is advised that any females that experiences such pain should reduce too much intake of salt, sugar, stimulant beverages and increase the intake of diuretic foods, fiber, vegetables, food rich in vitamins and magnesium.

This is a very good way to manage dysmenorrhea and the discomfort it comes with.

Do you know other way to manage Dysmenorrhea? Lets hear from you otherwise, share with your friends and family.

How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By James Brown - 2019-09-11 14:14:12

Mensuration pain in women can be attributed to an untreated infection incubated in the woman before conceiving a child.In the absence of such untreated infectious agents that cause infection,mensuration ought not to be painful as the case with most women.

It is very important to watch the sugar intake during this period and also desist from eating earth clay (ulor) it encourages heavy flow in women.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By PETER MMADUEKE - 2019-09-11 15:16:40

I know many female friends who are bent on taking felvin to subdue the pains they experience during mensuration periods. 

My anger with ladies is in the way they consume sugary drinks and some unhealthy living that wouldn't help them during and when approaching mensuration periods.

Make sure to take good amount of water and also eat fruits to help ease the pains encountered

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Olawoyin Babatunde - 2019-09-11 15:51:53

For best relief, you should take ibuprofen as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. ...

Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen.

Rest when needed.

Avoid foods that contain caffeine.

Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.

Massage your lower back and abdomen

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Igbeka afam Jude - 2019-09-11 16:52:42

Dysmenorrhea  canalso be contributed to lake of propper restin women. When women fail to take enough rest they become restless and tried which increase pains during Dysmenorrhea in ladies.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Boluwatife Olugbenro - 2019-09-11 17:02:58

Dysmenorrhea is painful menstruation in women and can be effectively managed by       Adequate exercise and rest                                  Dietary requirements.                                            Avoiding certain foods like caffeine, carbonated drinks and beverages, salty foods, alcohol, tobacco.                                                      Having an orgasm.                                                  Applying heat to the abdomen.                            Reducing stress and massaging with essential oils. 

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By BITRUS SALAMA BARAYA - 2019-09-11 17:24:02

Mensuration pain is a natural thing that almost all women experience during their monthly visitor. It can be reduce by taking warm water regularly to help break the particles around and to give a free and easy flow.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Akume Emmanuel Aondofa - 2019-09-11 18:11:32

Women should avoid intake of diet that can lead them to that condition. Plus, prayer can be of help. Because, God can do anything. Jesus healed a woman with the issue of blood. He can do it again. If you believe.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Chidimma Ovat - 2019-09-11 18:25:29

Mensuration pain can be managed through;

Taking pain relief drugs like paracetamol or felvin

Taking water to stay dehydrated 

Avoid taking too much sugemar either in your drinks or snacks

Take fruits often and eat balanced diet. 

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Eterigho Emmanuel - 2019-09-11 18:45:37

  1. For best relief, you should take ibuprofen as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. ...
  2. Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen.
  3. Avoid foods that contain caffeine.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By GAFAR RASAQ - 2019-09-11 20:06:31

Dysmenorrhoea is a medical term coined from prefix dys- which means difficulty and the suffix;  -menorrhoea which means monthly flow in women. 

If it shows severe symptoms, OTC (over the counter) pain relievers is advised. 

Warm massage of the hypochondriac region of the abdomen is advised. 

And because most cases of dysmenorrhoea are results of infected reproductive system, medical assistant will be needed to treat the predisposing factor.  

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Yesiru Oloruntoba - 2019-09-11 20:13:11

  • For best relief, you should take ibuprofen as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. You may take aspirin or another pain reliever such as acetaminophen.
  • Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen.
  • Rest when needed.
  • Avoid foods that contain caffeine
  • Avoid  smoking and drinking alcohol 
  • Massage your lower back and abdomen.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Oluyemi Stephen Oluwadamilare - 2019-09-11 20:16:47

Dysmenorrhoea is a pain during menstruation, and it affects about 40-95 per cent of menstruating women.

Some management tips include:

1. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

2.Oral contraceptive pills

3. Glyceryl trinitrate patches

e.t.c

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Olabanji Labile - 2019-09-11 20:36:15

I actually don't know other ways of managing Dysmenorrhea. But many ladies tend to use drugs as a way of reducing the pain inflate on them by Dysmenorrhea I will advise they stop using any drugs in order to reduce the pain as  it causes liver problems like dark urine,feeling tired,stomach upset and the rest.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Emmanuella Irimoren - 2019-09-11 21:02:42

Try to caculate your circle so when it's almost time you'd stop sugar intake completely. I use paracetamol if I feel pain.it helps reduce it but some people take felvin to stop the pain completely

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Oreoluwa Amusan - 2019-09-11 21:26:06

Menstrual pain or cramps is a common disorder women face.during menstruation and even before menstruation there is a period called premenstrual syndrome(before menstruation sickness) during this period women are to take food rich in iron,no smoking,no alcohol,no sugar just fruit and vegetables to avoid much cramps

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Trixie Osas - 2019-09-11 21:27:48

  1. Supplement Yourself. Take calcium and magnesium supplements throughout the month, as these nutrients work in concert to aid muscle relaxation. ...
  2. Try a Tea. Raspberry leaf is considered to be a mild uterine tonic. ...
  3. Eat More Greens. ...
  4. Cut Down on Coffee. ...
  5. Use a Heating Pad. ...
  6. Try Acupuncture.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Michael Eboh - 2019-09-11 21:47:44

Research also have it that over 70% of women abstain from taking drugs as prescribed by their physician. So in this regards, we blaim some of the ill health in women especially the mentrual pains as lack of regular checkup and non-compliance to doctor's directive to take proper medication on their health related issues.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By David Akwe - 2019-09-11 22:55:32


Dysmenorrhea: Management and Treatment
For best relief, you should take ibuprofen as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. ...
Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen.
Rest when needed.
Avoid foods that contain caffeine.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Beulah Adaeze KenManufor - 2019-09-11 23:12:40

Different things trigger cramps it could be the kind of food or weather

Like most people will say sugar gives them cramps but others will say sugar allows the flow to be painless and seamless. Someowiple may say there's is painful during the cold weather others may say theirs is pain free during the cold so it varies

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Maureen Okoh - 2019-09-11 23:33:11

There are primary and secondary dysmenorrhoea but which ever one it is, keep away from sugary foods, take more of fruits and vegetables, take a pain reliever if too severe to bear, drink warm water(it helps too).

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Olatunde Usman - 2019-09-12 06:33:30

Well dysmenorrhoea can be managed medically and non-medically but there are easy ways to manage it like holding a heating pad or hot water bottle on your abdomen, taking a warm bath, doing mild exercises like stretching, walking as exercise may improve blood flow and reduce pelvic pain and also getting plenty of rest and avoiding stressful situations as your period approaches.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Mary Ogbinya - 2019-09-12 06:53:03

Medical practitioners be confusing somebody with English, thank God you mentioned menstral pain else I would not have understood anything............... For me, sugary stuffs triggers menstral pains but regular intake and bathing with hot water will reduce it the pain.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Amos Mathew - 2019-09-12 07:02:40

Mensuration pain in women can be attributed to an untreated infection incubated in the woman before conceiving a child.In the absence of such untreated infectious agents that cause infection,mensuration ought not to be painful as the case with most women

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Olufunmilayo modupe Jimson - 2019-09-12 08:32:51

This is the fact that menstral cramps is as a result of intake of too much sugary things. But I just discovered that when you are single the menstral cramps is more but when you started giving birth,it always reduced due to child bearing.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Precious idisi - 2019-09-12 09:28:24

There are primary and secondary dysmenorrhoea but which ever one it is, keep away from sugary foods, take more of fruits and vegetables, and also some pain relievers drugs to relief yourself the pain. Also drink plenty of water.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Alexander Alexander - 2019-09-12 15:59:41

Women who exercise regularly often have less menstrual pain. To help prevent cramps, make exercise a part of your weekly routine.
If these steps do not relieve pain, your health care provider can order medications for you, including ibuprofen or another anti-inflammatory medication (higher dose than is available over-the-counter). Also, oral contraceptives may be prescribed because women who take oral contraceptives have less menstrua

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Friday Kuje Audu - 2019-09-12 18:18:30

Well on mestrial period is based on the woman,although there are those of three to four days ,some use use pad to reduce the rushing of the blood even paracetamol some do take it to reduce pain on them

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Victor Nwafor - 2019-09-12 20:06:42

1.Exercise.

2.Put a heating pad on your belly or lower back.

3.Take a hot bath.

3.have an orgasm (by yourself or with a partner).

4.Rest.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By okereke Chinaemerem - 2019-09-12 20:37:58

Menstral pain in women is as a result of internal body disorder or infection sometimes stress can leads to this so therefore taking more fruits,and pain reliever with a enough water does help alot

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Audu Victor - 2019-09-12 20:41:33

or best relief, you should take ibuprofen as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. You may take aspirin or another pain reliever such as acetaminophen.

Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen.

Rest when needed.

Avoid foods that contain caffeine.

Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.

Massage your lower back and abdomen.

Women who exercise regularly often have less menstrual pain. To help prevent cramps, make exercise a part of your weekly routine.

If these steps do not relieve pain, your health care provider can order medications for you, including ibuprofen or another anti-inflammatory medication (higher dose than is available over-the-counter). 

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Michael Ojuutun - 2019-09-13 00:47:16

Cramps are as a result of repaeted muscular contraction and expansion of the walls of the uterus.. It's painful but there are few ways to help like taking pain relief tablets

Resting on your back, applying a heated pad to your sides and your lower abdomen, trying effective breathing pattern(helps your body to focus on breathing rather than the pain) and slaying in recovery position (on your sides with your arm over your body, your head on one arm and your legs out wide,) it helps breathing, blood flow and muscle organization it's used by first aider during emergency 

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Adeboyejo Daniel - 2019-09-13 12:51:04

For the best relief, you should just take ibuprofen as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. Then place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen. Rest when needed. Avoid foods that contain caffeine. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol. Massage your lower back and abdomen.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Ovie Uwode - 2019-09-15 14:29:45

Women who exercise regularly often have less menstrual pain. To help prevent cramps, make exercise a part of your weekly routine.

If these steps do not relieve pain, your health care provider can order medications for you, including ibuprofen or another anti-inflammatory medication (higher dose than is available over-the-counter).

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Adisa Olamilekan - 2019-09-15 17:55:38

Those are things that cause pain for the females during their menstruations.the females should avoid taking too much of surgery things like some drinks e.g Pepsi,coke ,mirinda e.t.c and some other surgery things if they want take surgery they can be taking fruit that has natural surgar like banana pawpaw penieple sugarkane. That's my own opinions about that.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Oki Peter - 2019-09-15 20:49:06

A lot of ladies find it difficult to exercise themselves. The benefits of simple exercise is emerse. It help it keeping the level of glucose in the body stable and gives no room for residuals that might cause pain during the cycle

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Odulate Omowonuola Mary - 2019-09-16 19:07:00

For best relief, you should take ibuprofen as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. You may take aspirin or another pain reliever such as acetaminophen.
Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen.
Rest when needed.
Avoid foods that contain caffeine.
Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.
Massage your lower back and abdomen.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Victory Chigbo - 2019-09-18 09:27:49

If you have mild menstrual cramps, take aspirin or another pain reliever, such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or naproxen. For best relief, you must take these medications as soon as bleeding or cramping starts. Heat can also help. Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or tummy. Taking a warm bath may also provide some relief. You should also: Rest when needed. Avoid foods that contain caffeine and salt. Not use tobacco or drink alcohol Massage your lower back and abdomen. Women who exercise regularly often have less menstrual pain. To help prevent cramps, make exercise a part of your weekly routine.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Abigail Mayowa - 2019-09-19 05:14:42

Dysmenorrhea is a serious health issue to most ladies and this has become a normal routine to some people which makes many to abuse drugs or adapted to one drug or the other.Learning to Know your menstrual date is important because it makes you to prepare well for it.Two or three days to that time,you stop sugary things,take much of liquids,eat vegetables,take a warm bath,massage your lower abdomen,some can just take a mild pain relief drug and then rest.

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Ugochukwu ThankGod - 2019-09-19 18:12:12

This menstrual cramps have been a complicated issue to my friend, each time she is having her monthly cycle she will be experiencing a great pain. I will administer these methods to her I believe it will help and curb the situation. Thanks for sharing. 

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How to manage Dysmenorrhea - By Tolase Adeleke - 2019-09-19 18:35:50

I cannot relate to the pain felt by women during this process because I’m a man but I can tell how painful it must be from how I see my sisters. It’s very delicate and should be properly managed I always advise that sugary things should be avoided do that it does not intensify the pain felt during this period. 

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