Menstrual Pain

!It's highly recommended to consult a doctor for diagnosis beforehand! Better cooperate with a doctor for treatment as well!

Symptoms:

  • Pains that intensify in the lower abdomen.
  • This pain, which can begin 1 to 3 days before menstruation, peaks 24 hours after the onset of menstruation and decreases within 2 to 3 days.
  • Continuous pain with a feeling of heaviness (may also be felt in the groin or nervus saphenus).
  • Pain that can spread to the waist and cause numbness.

        Premenstrual Pain (PMS):

  • Breast tenderness and pain
  • Swelling in the lower abdomen
  • Constipation
  • Starting in the pre-menstrual period diarrhea, increased appetite, fatigue, emotional inconsistency, depression, sleep disturbances, hot flashes, night sweats, migraine-type headaches
  • Cervical stenosis: In some women, the opening of the cervix is ​​small enough to prevent menstrual flow. This small opening may cause increased pressure in the uterus, causing more severe pain.
  • Endometriosis: The tissue covering the uterus goes out of the uterus and develops and settles on the fallopian tubes, ovaries or other tissues covering the pelvis. It can cause the formation of chocolate cysts, as well as painful menstruation, pain may be felt during sexual intercourse.
  • Uterine fibroids: Uterine fibroids consisting of muscle and fibrous tissue in the uterine wall are noncancerous tumors that can be hard and large. Those with uterine fibroids may experience more severe pain during menstruation.
  • Adenomyosis: In this condition, the tissue covering the uterus begins to grow towards the muscular walls of the uterus.
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease: This infection of the female reproductive organs is usually caused by sexually transmitted bacteria.

Premenstrual Pain (PMS):

  • Hormones of ovarian
  • Genetic reasons
  • Seratonin deficiency
  • Hypersensitivity to progesterone
  • Prostaglandin deficiency

These Herbs can maybe help to cure your problem :

These Recipes can maybe help to cure your problem :

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First get an examination by a doctor for diagnosis and better consult a doctor for treatment!

Check the herbs and plants below for side effects and interactions with other drugs you use and other disorders you might have!

Don’t maintain any herbal treatment longer than two weeks unless otherwise specified. If any side effecet or any worsening seen, stop using it and consult a doctor!

Rheumatism

Tea: 3g fine grinded mixture, add 150ml boiled water, brew 10min, filter. 1 cup at night.

Alternative:

Red Centaury (Erythrarea Cen. Pers.) herb 25 g

Fennel seeds 25 g

Tea: 3g fine grinded mixture, add 150ml boiled water, brew 10min, filter. Max 2 times a day.

First get an examination by a doctor for diagnosis and better consult a doctor for treatment!

Check the herbs and plants below for side effects and interactions with other drugs you use and other disorders you might have!

Don’t maintain any herbal treatment longer than two weeks unless otherwise specified. If any side effecet or any worsening seen, stop using it and consult a doctor!

Blood Cleaner

Nettel (Urtica dioica) 50g

Aloe Vera 50g

Tea: 2g dry nettel, add 150ml boiled water, brew 10min, filter, let it cool a litle, mix a turkish tea spoon (2.5ml)  aloe vera juice in it. Drink fresh two times a day, a week long. Can be sweeten with little honey.