Menstrual Pain in Young Women

Facts Primary dysmenorrhea occurs early after menstruation has begun (menarke) and is due to uterine contractions Menstrual pain is very frequent, but in 10% leads to a monthly absence. Decreases with age and after the first child’s birth Can be treated with painkillers NSAIDs and oral contraceptives. Heating pad and […]

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Extended Cycle Birth Control Pills

Facts About¬†Extending Your Period Cycle You can shift her period briefly for holidays, exams, travel, sport, etc. This can be done with the pill constant hormone quantity (monophasic pill) and by taking several packets one after the other without pause It is not harmful Presumably, this use fewer unwanted pregnancies […]

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