Know the common reasons behind menstrual disorder

Although menstruation is common and known in most women it is still not talked about openly. There are some women who do not have normal menstrual periods. Of course, it is not about pregnancy, but there are some women who have to deal with menstrual disorders. If it is about pregnancy then women can simply choose to order Abortion Pills and end the gestation.

Below mentioned are some of the common menstrual disorder that can be experienced by women

Heavy menstrual bleeding

Bleeding is considered heavy when it may interrupt normal activities.

Almost a fifth of women do deal with the issues related to menstrual bleeding. Some women do have such heavy bleeding that it becomes difficult for them to even complete everyday tasks. Heavy bleeding is a cause that occurred due to hormonal imbalance, structural abnormalities, and medical conditions such as thyroid problems, complications due to IUD, miscarriage, and infection. 

No menstrual bleeding or amenorrhea

When female experiences no period for a few consecutive months, then it is referred to as amenorrhea. If a girl has crossed 16 years and still, she doesn’t have periods, then it is linked to severe issues caused due to the endocrine system that helps to regulate hormones. Sometimes the delayed maturating of the pituitary gland is due to low body weight. If a female does have regular periods and then if they stop suddenly for consecutive three months or longer then it is caused due to estrogen level in the body. 

Painful menstruation or dysmenorrhea

If you have periods, then you are likely to have cramps. If you have cramps that are painful and persistent, then you are likely to have dysmenorrhea. Painful cramps during menstruation are usually caused due to uterine contractions. 

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

PMS usually occurs due to physical and psychological symptoms due to the female’s menstrual cycle. This is not usually a disorder, but can say is a period that is experienced by women before the menstrual period. Approximately 40% of women do have PMS wherein the daily life of a woman gets disrupted. There are nearly 100 symptoms of PMS and the most common that can be experienced is Depression. Few common symptoms that can be experienced by women are headaches, bloating, mood swings, crying, anger, anxiety, painful breasts, and fatigue.  The mentioned symptoms do occur before your periods and go away once the periods begin. 

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)

Premenstrual Dysphoric disorder is an extreme of an advanced level of PMS and it significantly interferes with PMS. When one does have PMDD, it is likely that they become unable to distinguish between headache and migraine. One of the common symptoms of PMDD is heightened irritability, anxiety, and mood swings. 

Usually, the above-mentioned symptoms are likely to affect a few women. While some women have smooth menstrual periods, some have to deal with the ups and downs such as mood swings and pain during the periods. If you are the one and are finding it difficult to deal with such issues simply seek help from the health care provider and get the disorder treated.