Menstrual pains are caused due to the involuntary contraction of the uterus. Factors like heavy blood flow, menarche, prostaglandin sensitivity, endometriosis, and the use of birth control can result in intense menstrual pain. Applying heat and taking painkillers can help relieve this pain.
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Query: Hi doctor, My wife is 24 years old. Six months back, we got married. Over last two months she is suffering with severe menstrual pain. Even painkiller is not giving any relief to her. She is taking Evecare syrup from Himalaya over a month. Kindly help her get rid of this pain. Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Please tell me about her age of menarche, her menstrual cycle and the number of days she bleeds. Is she on any medication? Is this the first episode of heavy bleeding? My advice to your wife is to go in for pelvic ultrasonography (UGS). She can continue using Evecare (As... Read Full »