Clinical Information on Premenstrual Syndrome

Basic information Premenstrual Syndrome Definition Genes of relapsing mental and / or somatic character which occurs in the post-ovulatory (luteal) phase of the menstrual cycle 1 The genes disappear during the first days of menstruation Premenstrual symptoms occur in a mild form in 75% of all women By premenstrual syndrome […]

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Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Facts About Premenstrual Syndrome PMS is the mental and / or physical problems that arise in the period up to menstrual bleeding and disappear during the first day of menstruation. Approximately 5% of all women are so bothered that it leads to absenteeism Typical psychological symptoms are depressed mood, irritability, crying […]

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Irregular Periods

Facts About Irregular Periods Menstruation is irregular when it arrives at different times than expected The bleeding may come from the uterus, cervix or vagina Occurs most of young girls who have just gotten menstruation and menopause The reason may be hormonal disorders, inflammation, fibroids, polyps or cell changes Treatment depends […]

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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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Menstrual Pain

Facts About Menstrual Pain Menstrual pain can be either primary or secondary Primary is present from the beginning of pubertens. There is no underlying disease and the symptoms come from hours before menstrual bleeding and especially the first day. At 10%, the symptoms are so severe that it requires sick leave […]

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Menorrhagia or Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Facts About Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Heavy menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia) are regular bleeding, but you bleed more and possibly. for longer than usual Often there is no reason, and the condition may be transient Most women have heavier bleeding with age Heavy bleeding can be caused by fibroids or polyps, copper […]

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Endometriosis

Facts About Endometriosis Endometriosis is the presence of endometrium outside the uterus. It occurs in 6-10% of women of childbearing age and disappears associated with menopause The symptoms depend on the location (the muscle layer of the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, colon, urinary bladder) The most common symptoms are menstrual pain, […]

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Absence of Menstruation (Amenorrhoea)

Lack of menstruation Facts A girl should have been menstruation when she is 16 years old A girl’s puberty (breast enlargement, hair growth in the groin, increased height growth) should be taken off when she turns 13 years If your period does not come, the cause may be late puberty, […]

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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Facts About Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Bleeding at regular intervals and normal, but with an increased duration (over 8 days) and / or the amount (more than 80 ml per minute. Menstruation) Symptoms related to the physical, mental and social genes by very heavy bleeding Often found no identifiable cause May be […]

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