Painful menstruation

According to different data, up to 80-90% * women experience painful menstruation. More than 30% * of women can not work during this period. Up to 5 days * pain may continue during menstruation.

Painful menstruation among specialists is called dysmenorrhea. This disease is a relatively frequent violation of menstrual function.

What is dysmenorrhea?

Primary and secondary dysmenorrhea

With primary dysmenorrhea in women, as a rule, there is no change in the organs. With secondary dysmenorrhea, the appearance of pain during menstruation is directly associated with various diseases, most often with endometriosis, inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, anomalies in the development of internal genital organs, varicose veins of the pelvic veins, etc.

Primary dysmenorrhea is a cyclical process, expressed in the fact that in the days of menstruation there are pains expressed in the lower abdomen. Pain may appear 1-2 days before the expected day of the onset of menstruation and continue throughout the first days of the menstrual cycle. In most cases, with dysmenorrhea, the pains are cramping, aching, pulling.

Severe pain which drains the nervous system

Promotes the development of the syndrome of chronic fatigue, reduces memory and performance **. Therefore, the treatment of dysmenorrhea is aimed specifically at eliminating pain. Also, it is necessary to exclude those diseases that can be accompanied by painful menstruation, therefore, secondary dysmenorrhea should be started to be treated, and kill the actual disease.

Pain can be accompanied by*

Effectively "Trigan-D" cope with the pain of

a sharp general weakness
dizziness and fainting
lack of appetite
increase in body temperature to 37-38 ° C with chills, dry mouth
sensation of weak in the knees
* и Ожогина Е.В. автореф. канд. мед. наук «Обоснование и эффективность лечения первичной дисменореи у женщин активного репродуктивного возраста с дисплазией соединительной ткани», Кемерово, 2015.
** Прилепская В.Н., Межевитинова Е.А. Дисменорея // РМЖ. 1999. №3. С. 6
*** Дубровина Н.В., Твердикова М.А. Проблема первичной дисменореи: возможности терапии НПВП // РМЖ. 2014. №1. С. 63