Treating and Managing Menstrual Problems – Gynecologist

 

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There are a number of treatments for problems with periods. Depending on the issue, treatment may involve nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), to reduce pain oral contraceptives, which may regulate hormone levels to reduce heavy bleeding or irregularity a hormonal IUD or implant cyclic progestin tranexamic acid, which is a drug that reduces bleeding.

If a doctor finds that another health condition, such as fibroids, cysts, or endometriosis, is likely causing the menstrual problems, they will recommend treatment, which may involve taking medications or having a surgical procedure.

When period irregularity or absence stems from weight loss or an eating disorder, people require mental and physical health support. This may involve talk therapy, support groups, and speaking with a dietitian to understand the body’s nutritional needs.

At home, people can take several steps to ease or prevent symptoms of period problems. These include:

Stopping smoking
Using heating pads, hot water bottles, or warm baths to ease pain
Trying gentle forms of exercise, such as walking, tai chi, or yin yoga
Managing stress and making time for relaxation
Using a portable transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, or TENS, Machine for temporary pain relief
Avoiding caffeine, alcohol, and refined sugar in the 2 weeks before a period
Getting enough sleep each night

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