Painful Menses and Menstrual Disorders
Painful Menses (Dysmenorrhea)
Excessive Menses (Menorrhagia)
Abnormal Menses (Metrorrhagia)
Amenorrhea (Abnormal cessation of menses)
Menopause (Natural cessation of menses)
Endometriosis (Abnormal location of uterus lining cells that causes severe pelvic pain exaggerated during menses)
Pelvic Congestion Syndrome (Generalized inflammation and congestion of Pelvis, caused by varicose veins in the lower abdomen. The condition causes chronic pain, often manifesting as a constant dull ache, which can be aggravated by standing)
Polycystic Ovaries (Ovaries with multiple cysts)
Menses is an integral part of woman’s health and hormonal balance. Normal menses is generally indicative of healthy body. Natural changes in menses amount and duration are normal; however, sudden and severe changes could indicate abnormalities in health status. Pain could occur early, after puberty without specific pathology; painful menses later in life is almost always associated with associated identifiable pathology.
There are many medical and supportive options available to implement a personalized successful treatment strategies without the need for surgical intervention!
Evaluation Treatment Plan