My best friend came to complain one day: “I thought I could get rid of the dysmenorrhea after having a baby. Who knows, or follow! How can it be so troublesome to be a woman? When it hurts, it can’t do anything. It’s so annoying! ” Let’s talk about the pain slowly.
Why does postpartum total dysmenorrhea
Most of them are abdominal pain symptoms caused by cold uterus and poor blood supply. Postpartum dysmenorrhea can be divided into two types: primary dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea.
Women in menarche are accompanied by severe pain. The main reason is that the uterine orifice is too narrow or the uterus is not fully developed. It may also be membranous dysmenorrhea, which means that the menstrual blood of the parturient is accompanied by more endometrium. In addition, blood clots in meridians can also cause pain in the lower abdomen.
This kind of dysmenorrhea is mostly caused by diseases (endometriosis, pelvic congestion, etc.). Recently, it was found that high prostaglandin values can also cause such pain. Therefore, the determination of secondary dysmenorrhea needs to be carefully examined and appropriate medicine should be given.
In addition to the above, postpartum dysmenorrhea may also be due to severe contraction after caesarean section. If this is the case, postpartum dysmenorrhea will not last long.