Here are some period problems you cannot afford to take lightly
Many women suffer certain problems during their periods. These are natural and most women do not take them too seriously. However, sometimes what you regard as just another period problem could be a symptom for some serious health problem. If you maintain caution and take steps at the right time, you can prevent serious health problems.
Here we have listed out a few of the period problems that you can never afford to ignore or take lightly:
1 Severe Menstrual Pain
Women usually suffer from menstrual pain during their periods. This is a very common tendency. Women also suffer from cramps. They may suffer from pain in their pelvic region and lower abdomen. These could be natural pains arising due to periods. You need to be alert as these pains may also indicate certain severe health issues.
Endometriosis is an inflammatory disorder of the uterine tissue. Excessive period pains could also be indicative of this health problem.Ideally, the uterine tissue is supposed to grow and stay inside the uterus. However, in rare cases, the tissue starts growing outside the uterus. It is this tissue that forms a lining on the uterine. It breaks down during periods and bleeds.
The blood from this bleeding and the disintegrated tissue do not have a proper exit route. This leads to lesions and swelling that gets much more painful during periods.
2 Irregular Periods
Most women suffer from irregular periods when they are growing up. This is nothing new or different and there is really no reason to worry. However, if the pain continues even after you grow up and are in your twenties, it should raise an alarm.
Irregular periods may indicate polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). In case of PCOS, there are some other symptoms that accompany as listed below:
- Excess growth of body and facial hair
- Acne, hair loss and skin problems may result from PCOS
- Some people may also grow obese or overweight due this health issue
PCOS may cause missed periods. This is because the cysts formed in the ovaries as a result of excess testosterone in the body prevent the eggs from being released during the periods.