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Today in this blog we will know how to get relief from period pain. Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad from Nashik is answering all our questions. Dr. Swapnanjali is a Gynecologist and Fertility expert and director of Avhad Maternity Hospital, Nashik
|Doctor||Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad|
|Hospital / Clinic||Avhad Maternity Hospital, Nashik.|
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Duration : Approx 12 minutes
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Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – Thank you.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – Neha ji, period pain is also known as Cramps and Dysmenorrhea. Everyone is not the same. Some experience more pain and some females do not have it at all, so it is a very relative thing and the reason for this is the inner lining and blood clots.
The opening of the uterus, which we call the cervix, due to being a little less dilated, gets compressed a bit more, contractions start happening, due to which we feel pain.
Depends how much is your sensitivity to pain tolerance?
Some have less, some have more, depending on your intolerance.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – It is called menstrual cramps, cramps are in the lower part of the abdomen, so if there is pain, that is quite normal. Along with this, Cramps also come in the feet. Backache, slight headache is also quite common. Bloating occurs i.e. the stomach feels a bit bloated. Food is not digested properly. Vomiting, loose motion has also been observed. When serious symptoms start happening then it is the right time to see your gynaecologist. As long as the intensity is less and limited to periods, you will feel better by taking some rest. But when it exceeds, then definitely you need to see a gynaecologist.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – We see that patients have used home remedies a lot, then definitely you can use them or if they do not help then definitely you need to resort to medicine and this is a misconception that if you take medicines, it affects your fertility or you get addicted to it and then there is a problem in pregnancy. But I would differ on this, it is absolutely wrong, like if you have fever and there is an infection, then you need to take tablets. In the same way, if there is period pain, then it is very important to take tablets for it.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – This is absolutely wrong. I would in fact recommend that if women exercise, engage in physical activities during periods and in fact a few days before periods, if they are active enough then they feel less period pain. In fact, whatever exercises are done, activities are done, it increases their serotonin level. And these hormones also act like a painkiller, so definitely it is very important for you to be active and then it is seen a few times that If you have to take tablets for 5 days, and you include activities along with it, then you will have to take tablets only for 2 days.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – It can also have serious side-effects, such as if you believe that a woman has fibroids or endometriosis and if they ignore it for a few years. Then they have to face infertility, complications of pregnancy and all other things. So I would suggest that if you treat everything on time, if you take advice on time, then you will not have to bear many complications that may happen in future.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – I would say that you just have to change your lifestyle. You have to make some changes in day to day life during periods if you take a good protein diet.
If you do exercise then the pain reduces. So if we diet well then it also helps a lot and then finally if you don’t rest but going against it if you engage in some healthy thing for example if you engage in your hobby then definitely your pain will subside.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – Caffeine definitely increases pain so we ask to reduce it. If we eat chocolate too, then bloating increases even more, cramps increase even more than that.
But we do not eat dark chocolate in large quantities. We eat normal milk chocolate so that is still ok.
Dr. Swapnanjali Avhad – So one very important tip I would like to give you: visit the doctor, you should find the treatment for the pain. Make Your Life More Valuable and Again Along with this, I would also advise that you complete your family as soon as possible, definitely career life would be more colourful.
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