Common Gynecological Issues
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Many women have cramps during a period. Most women have no serious cause behind them, but a change in the type and severity of pain that you are experiencing might indicate a gynaecological problem such as endometriosis or fibroids. Heavier bleeding is often associated with more pain. Specific medical treatments are available for this.
Many women experience much heavier bleeding, that can be exhausting, painful, embarrassing and damned inconvenient. Some women can become anaemic when blood loss is excessive. Gynaecological conditions such as fibroids can make periods heavier. Specific treatment for these and the other hormonal causes can dramatically improve the quality of your life. For women who are not desirous of childbirth also have the option of hormone releasing intrauterine device MIRENA, the action of which lasts 5 yrs or Thermal Balloon Ablation technique
Breast development start by age by 13 and periods by 15 yrs . If not so or if you miss more than two periods , you should consult gynaecologist. Obviously the most common reason why periods stop is when you are pregnant, but there are many other reasons why periods can be infrequent, such as hormone disturbance, menopause, stress and anorexia. Some contraceptives stop periods, which is completely safe, but always consult your Doctor if there is a change in the pattern of your period.
Periods normally come every 28-32 days. The most common cause of irregular periods is something called Polycystic Ovary disease (PCOD/PCOS). This refers to a hormone imbalance within the ovaries that can also be associated with excess body hair, acne and easy weight gain. You should see a Gynaecologist if you think you are affected.
Bleeding between periods (Intermentrual Bleeding) or after sex (Postcoital bleeding)
may be caused by polyps inside the womb cavity, or by inflammation or a developing cancer at the neck of the womb (cervical cancer). It is also common in women taking the pill, when it is most likely if a pill is missed. You should see a gynaecologist if you experience bleeding between periods.