Women suffering from the condition known as menorrhagia are usually treated by the use of birth control pills in conventional medication. The failure to control the excessive monthly bleeding by use of contraceptive pills when it occurs is replaced with another so-called "cure". The woman may sometimes be offered the unhappy choice of undergoing a … Continue reading Excessive Menstruation ( Menorrhagia )
A menstrual cycle is a regular as well as accepted series of monthly physiological changes in a woman during which she sheds the lining of her uterus. This physiological change begins at puberty and recurs all through a woman’s reproductive years. In medical parlance, menstrual cramps are called dysmenorrhea, denoting an agonizing menstruation period. The … Continue reading Menstrual Cramps.
A normal menstrual cycle does not exist and cycles differ from one woman to the next. From puberty, every young woman will start on her moon time in a unique way, peculiar to her and she will then continuously experiences it each month very personally till menopause hits and menstruation ends. In addition, the character … Continue reading Menstrual Problems.
Sudden hormonal changes can induce three distinct and common types of menstrual disorders in women; the first being known as the “cramps”-medical name dysmenorrhea, the second disorder is characterized by unusually heavy bleeding and by the prolonged nature of the periods-medical name menorrhagia, the third disorder is characterized by the presence of irregularly occurring or … Continue reading Menstrual Disorders.
When adolescents mature to attain womanhood, it may take many months, sometimes even years, for their hormones to regularize as well as develop an undisturbed cadence or cycle. In fact, the hormones undergo the same kind of transformation when the reproductive years of a woman come to an end. When a woman enters the menopausal … Continue reading Irregular Or Delayed Menstruation.