Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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Just as every woman is unique, every woman's period has its own personality. Some periods are short, others are long.

Periods are considered heavy if they cause such things as flooding, the need for double sanitary protection, soaking of bedclothes, passing clots, or if your normal lifestyle is restricted because of heavy bleeding. There are various causes of heavy periods. However, in most women, the cause is unclear and there is no abnormality of the womb (uterus) or hormones.

It is common to experience an ache in your lower abdomen, back and tops of your legs, especially in the first few days of your period. The first two days are usually the worst. Some women have more pain than others. Painkillers or anti-inflammatory painkillers such as ibuprofen, usually ease the pain if it is troublesome.

Irregular periods
The interval between periods can vary in some women. Irregular periods may indicate that you do not ovulate every month, and the balance of the female hormones may be upset.

Uterus is normally held in place inside your pelvis with various muscles, tissue, and ligaments. Woman ages and with a natural loss of the hormone estrogen, her uterus can drop into the vaginal canal, causing the condition known as a prolapsed uterus.

Prolapsed uterus can be described in the following stages:
First degree:The cervix droops into the vagina.

Second degree:The cervix drops to the level just inside the opening of the vagina.

Third degree:The cervix is outside the vagina. The entire uterus is outside the vagina. This condition is also called procidentia. This is caused by weakness in all of the supporting muscles.

*Vaginal bleeding or increased discharge
*Seeing the uterus or cervix coming out from the vagina
*Pulling or heavy feeling in pelvis
*Recurrent bladder infections
*Low back pain
*Difficulty with urination or moving your bowels
*Difficulty walking
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