For the past 2 months of menstruation, I've be experiencing the above symptoms despite taking Midol, asprin etc . And it seems resembling it is getting worse every month--- an no Im definitely NOT pregnant. Im greatly healthy, chomp through right, drink lots of fluids, vitamins, excercise etc. For several years, I've consulted with my doctor and they suggested for me to jump on the pill. I didn't like the pill experience. Its a worrisome and humiliating feeling. Last month I have to take several days past its sell-by date of work. If any of you experience that, pls. let me know within how to control such nasty horomones that I've no control over. In insertion, the clotting part is approaching giving birth to a slug. But once this part is over, my uterus feel soar but I feel cleansed inside. I get the impression like I am the simply person contained by this planet who experiences this but according to some credible literature it happens to a dignified percentage of women 25-35 years old. What do you do and how do you matter with it? I'd really similar to to know your feed back
Do any of you experience SEVERE crampg, vomitg, diahrea, nausea, fatigue, faintnes dring day 2 of yr length?
You know, adjectives those are symptoms of Toxic Shock Syndrome, which can be caused by your tampons or sanitary napkins.
Despite what this first website might front you to believe, it is NOT just a child's ailment...
My youngest daughter suffers from this regularly, and has to be really vigilant about which brands of tampons and sanitary napkins she uses. She say that the Tampax Pearl ones actually hold the least side effects (for her).
It's awful...I miss usually sooner or later every 2months for this reason.
The only mode to control hormones I know of is chemical: the Pill or its MANY variations; why is that humiliating? And person totally disabled for several days a month is not? Women and men are affected by hormones; it's only just part of existence. Your problems sound severe but in attendance's medical treatment; you've refused some; perchance you should find other doctors or health fastidiousness providers who will give you guidance you are willing to listen to.
How is your underlying health? If not well-mannered - improve THAT.
I would close to a citation for your claim of "credible literature" that this "happens to a big percentage of women 25-35years old" - because, no.
- Birth control and missed periods?
- Are women able to give less blood than men because of their monthly cycles? like donating blood?
- What are ways a female can care for her body and during menstruation?
- Is it true that the hormones in birth control pills/etc. are bad for you?
- Right until that time you acquire your term, is your vagina tighter after usual?
- Is it time for sex after 3 yrs.?
- Heavy flow and be my first term. does this denote it will be super cumbersome the subsequent time?
- Please abet me i call for you (WOMEN/GIRLS) backing?