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All you need to know about Menstrual disorder

All you need to know about Menstrual disorder 

All you need to know about Menstrual disorder 

Most women are familiar with menstruation – the monthly cycle that occurs as a result of the body preparing for pregnancy. However, many women do not know all there is to know about this natural process.

No matter your age, you’re probably familiar with the menstrual cycle. For most women, it’s a monthly occurrence that can be disruptive, uncomfortable, and sometimes downright painful. Unfortunately, many of us don’t understand exactly what’s happening in our bodies during menstruation.

Menstruation is the shedding of a woman’s uterus lining. This process starts with an egg follicle ovulating (the release of hormones) and ends with uterine muscles contracting to expel this tissue from the body in what we call “periods.” These occur anywhere between 20-35 days after previous cycles have ended whether they are regular or irregular.

The average time span for our menstrual cycle can range up until 40+ years old before things start changing more drastically such as reduced fertility rate causing infertility among others later into life.

Menstruation is often accompanied by a variety of symptoms. Some women experience severe pain, cramps, or bloating while others may suffer from nausea and vomiting in the days leading up to their period starting as well as during it; some also report diarrhea which can be due either directly related to menstruation itself (causing dehydration)

Menstrual disorder:

Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, and Menorrhagia are all types of menstrual disorders that can cause a great deal of discomfort for women. While there are treatments available for these disorders, it is important to seek medical attention if you are experiencing any symptoms. Left untreated, these disorders can impact a woman’s quality of life and overall health.

The symptoms of menstrual disorders can be both uncomfortable and embarrassing. They often include abdominal cramps, heavy bleeding that last for several days in a row. Other common signs are mood swings like irritability or depression as well as acne breakouts on your face which might lead you to feel self-conscious.

Menstrual Disorder is a condition that includes irregular periods, heavy bleeding, and pain during menstruation. This can be due to hormonal imbalances like Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or anovulation – when ovaries do not release eggs for hormone production; endometrial tissue growths called Adenomyosis which causes scarring on the uterus wall resulting in painful spots around the pelvic area time of the month because these types demand higher levels than normal so your body works harder before releasing them as long-term solution surgical procedures range from hysterectomies, Hormonal changes during puberty  (which occurs at around age 12 for girls) or post-pregnancy with breastfeeding mothers may lead them having irregular periods. The changes in the estrogen and progesterone levels of a woman’s body during her menstrual cycle can cause hormone imbalance, especially if there are no other underlying causes.

Mood swings might be caused by stress or physical activity but they could also come from an irregularity with your natural hormones which would affect everything including appetite control!

Conclusion:

If you find any menstrual disorder symptoms, make an appointment with your gynecologist right away. Dr. Sarah Hussain is a professional London Gynaecologist with years of expertise who can assist you with any gynecological difficulties. Contact us to book an appointment with gynecologist.