Most of the women get their monthly periods easily with few or no concerns. Their periods come like clockwork starts and stops at nearly the same time every month, causing little more than a minor inconvenience.
However, women experience a host of physical or emotional symptoms just before or during the menstruation. From oppresive bleeding and missed periods to uncontrollable mood swings, these symptoms may disturb the woman’s life in major ways. All this comes under the Menstrual Disorder.
Let’s know What are menstrual Disorders?
Menstrual disorders are problems that are related to a woman’s normal menstrual cycle. This is one of the most common reasons that let a woman undergo genetic treatment. Menstrual disorders and their symptoms can disrupt a woman’s daily life in many ways. They may also affect the ability to become pregnant.
How does the menstrual cycle work?
In general menstrual period is a part of the menstrual cycle. It is a series of changes that occur to part of your body every 28 days, on average. In some cases normal menstrual cycles are bit longer, some may be short. The first day of the menstrual period is the day one of your menstrual cycles. The average menstrual period will end about five to seven days. A normal menstrual period for you may differ from what’s normal for others.
Let’s go for Types of Menstrual Disorders
There are many types of menstrual disorders. That includes:
- Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
- Abnormal uterine bleeding. Excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding
- Amenorrhea. The absence of menstrual bleeding
- Oligomenorrhea. Light or infrequent menstruation
- Fibroids. Noncancerous uterine tumours
Many women with substantial menstrual bleeding can accuse their condition for hormones. Discussing your menstrual disorder issue simply check with specialist. Schedule an appointment with Mrs. Sarah Hussain can help figure out what sort of treatments can best reduce or relieve your manifestations.