Dysmenorrhoea

Salam...


Dalam 2  3 hari nie saya tak berapa nak sihat...selalu sakit...tambahan pula minggu nie sgt busy dgn midterm exam and project presentation...nasib baik lab tidak membunuh saya minggu nie...alamak nye, bertambah sakit la...


sekarang nie saya tgh bercuti..eheee...kelmarin bangun pagi,pinggang belah kiri saya sgt la sakit..mcm mencucuk-cucuk gitu...alahai sakit nya tak dapat dibayangkan..nie kali ke-3 saya sakit pinggang mcm nie..last sakit hari tue bulan 6 masa practical. masa tue kat rumah sampai pengsan. abah terus bawak pegi kecemasan..cuak dia anak dara dia tak pernah2 pengsan.eheee
first saya sakit pinggang mcm nie tahun lepas...tibe2 je sakit tue menyerang..tak bagi salam pun..eheee..=p
pukul 3 pagi rumate2 saya bawak sy ke klinik...doktor sah kan sy kene batu karang...saya pn pelik..selama nie,kalu nak buang air kecil tak pernah2 tahan pn...mcm mane leh kene nie? so,doktor nasihat sy pegi hospital dan buat ultrasound...bile buat ultrasound result nye mengatakan saya tak ade batu karang or pape yg menyebabkan kesakitan tue...


hari nie,sy ke klinik lg...doktor sah kan sy memang tak ade batu karang...yang ade nye ialah...eheee...DYSMENORRHOEA..dalam bahasa mudah nye..period pain...=p
patut la,semalam muntah,tak makan pape pn...


so, kt sini nk kongsi sket info sal DYSMENORRHOEA nie...saya copy dari website..adik2,kakak2 leh la baca ek...abg2 tue bleh jugak baca utk persediaan mane tahu isteri2 anda or aweks2 anda ade jugak mengalami tanda2 mcm sy nie... 




What is Menstrual Pain?

Period pain, also called dysmenorrhoea or mentrual pain refers to cramping lower abdominal pain occurring a day or two before menstruation and continuing for another one or two days after the onset of menses.



About four out of every five woman do experience some degree of pain during menstruation, and this is normal.


There are two types of menstrual pain. These are Primary dysmenorrhoea and secondary dysmenorrhoea. The difference between the two types relates mainly on the cause of the menstrual pain.



Primary Dysmenorrhoea

This is period pain not due to any disease or abnormality in the womb or female reproductive tract.
It is as a result of excessive or high sensitivity to normal hormones produced after ovulation. This hormone called prostaglandins reach their highest level just before menstruation starts.


This causes the uterus to contract, which in a way, help to expel the menses. When the amount of hormone is more than need, or the uterus is over sensitive to a normal amount, the woman could come up with severe pain.




Excessive contraction of the uterus from the action of the prostaglandins cause the pressure in the uterus to rise above normal blood pressure, so blood flow to the uterus is reduced.



It is the kind of menstrual or period pain found in younger woman.

So, if there is no ovulation, there can be no period pain of this kind.



Secondary Dysmenorrhoea

This is period pain commonly found in older women above 30 years of age. It is less common than primary dysmenorrhoea.



It is usually caused by some disorder in the reproductive tract of the woman which could in fact combine with excessive prostaglandin production too.


Symptoms of Period Pain


1. pain typically starts a day or two before the period, and may continue for another day or two.
2.headache, back ache,and diarrhea
3.constipation feeling like vomiting, or actually vomiting.


p/s: esk ade presentation final year project...huhuhu..cuak sangat nie...banyak benda tak prepare...wish me luck!!!

2 comments:

elmo blurb said...

gud luck dear!
jaga diri ok!

SiBulan said...

elmo:
thanks dear!
*hug*

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