I’ve heard many people say that women who have dysmenorrhea before pregnancy will not have dysmenorrhea after giving birth to a child! Many naive mothers believed it. They didn’t find out that it was too young until they returned to menstruation after giving birth to their baby! It’s not only painful, but also more painful than before! Who said postpartum dysmenorrhea? If you come out, I promise not to hit you

Why can postpartum still have dysmenorrhea?

  1. Caused by gynecological inflammation and infection

The occurrence of dysmenorrhea in new mothers is inseparable from the infection of gynecological inflammation. Common chronic inflammation such as pelvic inflammation, female private inflammation and endometritis can lead to dysmenorrhea in pregnant women.

  2. Improper postpartum care

Postpartum do not pay attention to all aspects of nursing work, do not do a good job in keeping warm measures, abdominal cold, premature contact with cold water, etc., will affect the discharge of lochia, leading to dysmenorrhea in women.

  3. Improper diet

Postpartum do not pay attention to do a good job in dietary collocation, long-term consumption of some spicy, stimulating and cold food, affect the discharge of dirty blood, lower abdominal discomfort, diarrhea and other conditions, leading to dysmenorrhea, irregular menstruation and other conditions.

  4. Gynecological tumor

The occurrence of dysmenorrhea in Xinma may be caused by gynecological tumor infection, such as ovarian tumor and hysteromyoma. When female friends have recurrent dysmenorrhea, we should consider whether they are suffering from gynecological tumor.

  5. Caused by endometriosis

Endometriosis is the biggest inducement to new mothers’ dysmenorrhea. This is mainly because endometriosis can cause lesions in uterus and ovary, which can easily lead to abnormal menstrual cycle, increased menstrual blood volume, dysmenorrhea and so on.

How to alleviate the pain of dysmenorrhea?

1. Eliminate tension

Many women will have excessive mental tension when they reach the menstrual period. In this way, they are prone to dysmenorrhea symptoms. Women should know how to eliminate tension and relax, so as to better spend menstruation.

2. Keep warm

During the menstrual period, you must pay attention to keep warm, especially the lower abdomen. You must not catch cold. Even if the weather is hot in summer, don’t wear navel clothes, otherwise it will easily lead to cold entering the abdomen and dysmenorrhea symptoms.

3. Have some red wine

The alcohol level of red wine is relatively low. It is suitable for women to drink. It can promote blood circulation, dredge collaterals, remove dampness, cold and pain. For dysmenorrhea caused by body cold or cold, you can drink an appropriate amount of red wine to alleviate the symptoms of dysmenorrhea. If it is dysmenorrhea caused by pathological reasons, drinking red wine has no effect. While drinking red wine, don’t eat spicy and irritating food, otherwise it is likely to aggravate the symptoms of dysmenorrhea.

4. Take vitamins

If it is dysmenorrhea caused by premenstrual tension syndrome, it is recommended to take vitamin B6, which can stabilize the mood and promote sleep, so as to alleviate the symptoms of dysmenorrhea.

5. Diet conditioning

For women who often have dysmenorrhea, they can regulate dysmenorrhea through diet therapy. It is suggested to start eating fried sheep liver with leeks, stewed rabbit meat with medlar, angelica ginger mutton soup, motherwort Xiangfu soup, hawthorn red jujube soup and other foods before menstruation or menstruation.

6. Keep your head low and your hips high in bed

Keep your head low and your hips high while lying in bed. During dysmenorrhea, you can choose to lie in bed and lift your hips, or you can choose to lift your feet. This is conducive to the backward position of the uterus and facilitate the outflow of our menstrual blood. It can relieve pelvic blood stasis and reduce the symptoms of pain and low back pain.

7. Massage acupoints

Massage uterine acupoints can warm the uterus. There are many acupoints that can be alleviated, such as Taichong acupoint and foot ankle acupoint, which can alleviate dysmenorrhea.

8. Emergency medicine

Although not everyone is willing to turn to drugs to relieve dysmenorrhea, for fear of side effects, it can not be completely eradicated. But moderate use of NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen or naproxen, can help you avoid pain in the event of severe pain or accidents. Affect your plans or cause fainting. Prostaglandins are the culprit of primary dysmenorrhea. Emergency drugs can inhibit the local release of prostaglandins, reduce the overall inflammation and pain, and alleviate dysmenorrhea. The use of first-aid drugs for dysmenorrhea should first be carried out under the guidance of a doctor, especially if you have a history of bleeding or kidney problems, especially for lactating mothers, the use of drugs should be particularly careful to avoid affecting the quality of milk.


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