Who suffers from strongest menstrual?

Menstruations - Menstruations
Italy
December 21, 2006 7:29am CST
Pains Many women suffer very many from menstrual pains the ovaie with pain the low belly pains in the deep back and the life indeed becomes difficult to face someone of you has some remedy?
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• Australia
22 Dec 06
I was dignosed with endometriosis over 10 years ago. Now that is pain. If you are suffering sever pain, check with your doctor, as medication for this condition can be different for different people. Good luck.
@patgalca (13721)
• Orangeville, Ontario
18 Jul 07
I had such brutal pain when I was on vacation at my in-laws that my mother-in-law wanted to take me to the hospital. I have fibromyalgia so we are supposed to get pain, I guess. I went on the depo for two years just so I didn't have to deal with it anymore. Now off the depo the pain is not nearly as bad. I am using yam cream and I think it might be helping a bit but, like I said, I think us fibromites HAVE to feel pain no matter what we do to prevent it.
• United States
3 Feb 07
1. OTC pain relievers such as ibuprofen or naproxen used around the clock at the first sign of your period helps to reduce the severity of cramps in many women by inhibiting the release of prostaglandins. 2. Regular exercise such as walking helps to prevent or at least reduce the severity of menstrual cramps for some women. 3. Oral contraceptives may effectively reduce or eliminate menstrual cramps for some women; however you should consider the side effects of oral contraceptives before using them to prevent cramps. 4. Zinc, calcium, and B vitamins obtained in food and supplements have been found to reduce cramps, bloating and other symptoms. 5. Herbal remedies such as Viburnum prunifolium, Scutellaria spp., and Cimicifuga raemosa have an antispasmodic effect that may reduce some menstrual cramps. 6. A warm bath filled with aromatherapy or a heating pad on your lower abdomen and back is often helpful for relieving menstrual cramping. What Causes the Pain? Learn key symptoms for serious problems and expert tips for relief www.EverydayHealth.com Herbal remedies such as Viburnum prunifolium, Scutellaria spp., and Cimicifuga raemosa have an antispasmodic effect that may reduce some menstrual cramps. A warm bath filled with aromatherapy or a heating pad on your lower abdomen and back is often helpful for relieving menstrual cramping. Tips: Always take painkillers with food to prevent stomach discomfort. If you don't have a heating pad, you can make one by filling a sock (a men's tube sock works best) with rice and heating it in a microwave over for a few minutes. Talk to your physician if these tips do not help, there may be an underlying cause. Severe sudden cramps, vomiting, or fever may be a sign of a medical emergency, contact your physician immediately. I hope this information will help with they symptoms that you have. Please don't forget to rate your best responses!
@Bunny2 (2102)
• Australia
23 Dec 06
I agree with Ridgydidge, this sounds like it could be endometriosis or the beginning of it. You should have it checked out. For pain one of the best over the counter medications is Mersyndol. But aromatherapy can work - peppermint and lavender oils are great.
• United States
22 Dec 06
I used to get so bad that I couldnt get out of bed the first day. I use to have to throw up before i could get to sleep. I have bypassed that now. What I do is I will take and ibuprofen and wait for it to kick in. It usually makes me sleepy . Normally i sleep through the hard part. But the good news is that I only get cramps the first day.
• United States
21 Dec 06
Pamprin Extra Strength is the best OTC menstrual medication that I have found. I know exactly what you mean. My cramps feel like a size 11 shoe wedged between my hips kicking me in the back. If you cannot find Pamprin in your area, try Aleve. Aleve won't help water weight or moodiness, but it will take away the pain. I hope you get feeling better hon.
@Astarte (813)
• Italy
21 Dec 06
I suffer from menstrual pains... it's really terribile!! But I take a medecine called "OKI", It's a miracle!!!