8 May 2012

Basics Part 3

Posted by Jody under: Women's Health .

There are no other physical characteristics of a pregnancy that indicate gender either, from “carrying high” to “heartburn.” There are no reliable home indicators either, from peeing in Draino, to the the string over the wrist. The check book test sometimes works however. Have the father hold a checkbook in the flat of his hand over your tummy. When he gets to the midline, if the checkbook leaps out of his hand, it’s a girl!

I keep getting severe monthly cramps, what is the cause and what can I do to prevent this?
This is known as dysmenorrhea and is a common gynecologic disorder that affects approximately 50% of menstruating women. One must keep in mind that dysmenorrhea may be caused by many different things. Cramping that appears within 1-2 years of beginning you menses is usually due to anovulatory cycles, but this cause may also be seen years after starting you period. Dysmenorrhea may also be caused by things your MD could diagnose. Such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts. These things you need to consult you doctor about diagnosis and treatment. The pain of dysmenorrhea usually begins within a few hours prior to or just after the onset of a period and may last as along as 48-72 hours. The first line treatment for this type of pain is medicines known as prosaglandin synthase inhibitors such as Motrin, Ibuprofen, Naprosyn. The medication should by taken for the first few days of menses. After seeing your doctor the patient who has no contraindications to birth control pills may also be used with very good success.”

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