Menstrual cramps, I.N.Sixes and that day you take painkillers
Q: A woman in her mid-20s. The menstruation cycle is almost constant. When my period starts, it’s the most painful thing in my life.
Pelvic and thigh calf pain is particularly severe. I can’t breathe because of the pain in my muscles, pain in my joints, squeezing, and twisting. I even felt nauseous. I can’t stand, I can’t sit, you can’t lie.
What’s interesting is that I only get sick on the first and second days of my period. The swear words just popped out of my mouth. I think it won’t hurt as much as menstrual cramps even if I cut off my pelvis or legs.
There will be about eight bottles of painkillers on the first day, including IGN6 Eve.
Hot packs and cold packs were useless, and oriental medicine didn’t fit me. I went to the hospital for suspected pelvic inflammation and they said the inflammation level was only a little high.
I’ve been taken to the emergency room for severe pain, and it’s not human life. I want to take out my uterus so that my period doesn’t come out.
A: Extreme menstrual pain is not just taken with painkillers, but must be treated. I recommend visiting a nearby gynecologist for consultation. There are many ways to treat menstrual pain, including painkillers and birth control pills, Mirena and Implanone, which are prostaglandin inhibitors that cause pain.
First, through ultrasonography, the cause of menstrual pain is identified and the patient is treated appropriately 비아그라구입
For your information, the basic ingredient is ibuprofen, an anti-inflammatory pain reliever, on both EZN 6 Eve and that day. It is a general anti-inflammatory medicine ingredient and is not high in content, so it is easy to take as a menstrual medicine. However, if you take anti-inflammatory drugs often or take them on an empty stomach, you can have gastrointestinal problems.