After a long 10 months and “menstruation” respectively happy time, after giving birth to a baby, many new mothers are full of curiosity about postpartum menstruation (because don’t want to menstruate so soon back!). In addition to pay attention to the time of postpartum menstruation, novice mothers pay more attention to: after giving birth to a baby, will menstruation still hurt?

The pain of menstruation is really indescribable. The lower abdomen is swollen, the sleeping and eating are difficult, the face is blue and the mouth is white. What’s more, every time I come to my aunt, she will roll in bed with pain. No brown sugar water, massage, hot compress, painkillers, etc. can save you.

How to save dysmenorrhea? Perhaps “the person who comes over” will tell you: married and gave birth to a baby, aunt won’t hurt!

In fact, some people don’t feel pain after they have finished their lives; some people still feel pain after they have finished their lives.

Treat dysmenorrhea by giving birth to children?

“Menstruation”: “ha ha, you are so naive!”

Dysmenorrhea is divided into primary dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea!

▏ primary dysmenorrhea may be relieved by childbirth

Primary dysmenorrhea refers to the dysmenorrhea without organic lesions in the pelvis, accounting for more than 90% of dysmenorrhea, which only exists in the ovulation cycle, usually 6-12 months after menarche, the vast majority of which occurs within 2 years after menarche, after the establishment of ovulation cycle.

If the ovulation function of young women is not stable, the cervical canal is narrow, the uterus inclines backward excessively, and some uterus develops abnormally, or the menstrual blood and the exfoliated endometrial fragments flow out of the patients are blocked, the dysmenorrhea will also occur.

In this case, delivery does reduce the level of dysmenorrhea.

Because, during pregnancy, with the continuous increase of the fetus, the cervical canal becomes soft; during delivery, the fetus through the cervical canal, plays a role in expanding the narrow cervical canal, and also to some extent, improves the abnormal position of the uterus, such as excessive tilt. After childbirth, the cervix is opened, and the fetus also plays the role of expanding the narrow cervix tube at birth. The position of the uterus is partially corrected, the circulation of menstrual blood becomes smoother, the menstrual blood and the exfoliated endometrium are more easily discharged, the dysmenorrhea will be relieved, or even disappear.

▏ secondary dysmenorrhea cannot be cured in childbirth

Secondary dysmenorrhea is usually caused by pelvic organic diseases. The common causes are endometriosis, adenomyosis, hysteromyoma, endometrial polyp, intrauterine adhesions, cervical stenosis, ovarian cyst and pelvic inflammatory diseases, which can be detected by B-ultrasound. Endometriosis is the most common cause of secondary dysmenorrhea. In addition to dysmenorrhea, it also reduces fertility.

In addition to the pain, the secondary dysmenorrhea will be accompanied by pelvic heaviness and backache, which will gradually increase in the late luteal period and reach the peak of menstruation. After giving birth to a baby, if pelvic organic diseases still exist, then dysmenorrhea will still exist.

In addition, there is another kind of dysmenorrhea phenomenon which is different before and after childbirth. This is due to the adhesion of cervix or uterine cavity in the process of production, which is easy to cause dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea. This will make women who do not have dysmenorrhea appear in postpartum dysmenorrhea phenomenon, and those who have dysmenorrhea will increase.

Women who suffer from dysmenorrhea are better to go to the hospital for examination to understand what causes it. If it is primary dysmenorrhea, we should pay attention to keep the abdomen warm, strengthen menstrual hygiene, avoid strenuous exercise, and prevent from cold and overwork. If it is secondary dysmenorrhea, we should treat it according to the primary disease rather than relying on the birth of children!


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