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What Are Menstrual Problems?

Menstruation or period is a normal bleeding from vagina occurring as woman’s monthly cycle. Your body prepares for pregnancy every month during menstrual cycle. If there is no pregnancy then the uterus, or womb, sheds its lining. The menstrual blood is blood to some extent and partly tissue from interior of the uterus. It goes out of the body through the vagina.

The starting age for menstruation is in between 11 and 14 and is continued till menopause up to age 51. Periods or monthly cycles will usually last from 3 to 5 days. Apart from bleeding from vagina, you may also have:

  1. Abdominal pain.
  2. Bloating breasts.
  3. Food cravings.
  4. Irritability and mood swings.
  5. Fatigue.
  6. Headache.

Premenstrual Syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a group of symptoms which begins before the period. It includes physical and emotional symptoms.

Symptoms of Menstruation

The following features are indicative of Menstruation:

  1. Pelvic cramping pain.
  2. Sore or bloating breasts.
  3. Lower back pain.
  4. Cravings for food.
  5. Mood swings.
  6. Irritability.
  7. Headache.
  8. Fatigue.

It can be possible that menstruation doesn’t show any symptoms but still is present in a woman. You need to consult best gynaecologist in Guntur at adolescent clinic in Guntur if your symptoms become unbearable.

Heavy Periods

Heavy period is one of the common menstrual problem which is also called menorrhagia, heavy periods makes you to bleed more than normal. Your periods may continue for longer duration than the average of 5 to 7 days. Imbalances in hormone levels, especially progesterone and estrogen may lead to Menorrhagia.

Other causes of irregular or heavy menstrual bleeding include:

  1. Puberty
  2. Underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism).
  3. Noncancerous uterus tumors (fibroids).
  4. Vaginal infections.
  5. Inflammation/swelling of the cervix.
  6. Changes in diet or exercise.

Every girl must consult gynecology specialist if she is continuously having irregular or heavy bleeding adolescent gynaecological hospital in Guntur.

Absent Periods

Women may not be able to get their period in some cases. This is known as Amenorrhea. Primary amenorrhea is when you won’t get your first period by age 16. This may be due to problem with the pituitary gland, a delay in puberty, a congenital defect of the female reproductive system. Secondary amenorrhea happens when you cease in getting regular periods for 6 months or more.

It is necessary to visit Best gynecologist for best treatment of gynecology problems in guntur.

Painful Periods

Some women can face excruciating pain which is known as dysmenorrhea, extremely painful menstruation is likely linked to an underlying medical problem, such as:

  1. Fibroids.
  2. Pelvic inflammatory disease.
  3. Abnormal tissue growth outside of the uterus (endometriosis).

If you are going through any of these medical issues, it’s necessary that you consult best gynecology doctor in Guntur at Nandana Hospital.

General Infections

Infections of the vagina and genital tract in women are usual that affects one third of women during their lifetime.

Symptoms are usually a combination of abnormal discharge, pain, itching and erythema (redness).

Recognizing Gynecological Symptoms

  1. Bleeding between periods.
  2. Frequent and urgent need to urinate, or a burning sensation during urination.
  3. Abnormal vaginal bleeding.
  4. Bleeding after menopause.
  5. Pain or pressure in your pelvis that differs from menstrual cramps.
  6. Itching, burning, swelling, redness, or soreness in the vaginal area.

Suppose you experience any abnormal vaginal bleeding, pain or pressure in pelvis, you must visit gynecologist in Guntur.

Cervical cancer screening

Cervical cancer screening involves the Pap test and, for some women, an HPV test. Both tests may use cells taken from the cervix. The Cervical cancer screening test in Guntur is fast and simple. You are allowed to lie on an exam table and a speculum is used to open the vagina. The speculum provides a clear display of the cervix and upper vagina.

With the help of the brush or other sampling instrument, cells are removed from the cervix. The cells usually are placed into a special liquid and sent to a laboratory for testing:

  1. For a Pap test, the sample is tested to view the presence of abnormal cells.
  2. For an HPV test, the sample is examined for the presence of 13–14 of the most common high-risk HPV types.

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