Saturday, 6 December 2014

Irregular Menstruatiion of your girlfriend can lead to Increased Infertility



Irregular Menstruatiion of your girlfriend can lead to Increased Infertility

06 December 2014 India,  USANEWSCORP
If your girlfriend is angry, quarreling with you, crying at you, irritating, and getting frustrate, check out if she is with irregular menstruatiion.

What kinds of problems do your girlfriends have with their periods? 
Women can have a range of problems with their periods, including pain, heavy bleeding, and skipped periods. Amenorrhea (ay-men-uh-REE-uh) — the lack of a menstrual period. This term is used to describe the absence of a period in: Young women who haven't started menstruating by age 15 Women and girls who haven't had a period for 90 days, even if they haven't been menstruating for long Causes can include: Pregnancy Breastfeeding Extreme weight loss Eating disorders Excessive exercising Stress Serious medical conditions in need of treatment As above, when your menstrual cycles come regularly, this means that important parts of your body are working normally. In some cases, not having menstrual periods can mean that your ovaries have stopped producing normal amounts of estrogen. Missing these hormones can have important effects on your overall health. Hormonal problems, such as those caused by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or serious problems with the reproductive organs, may be involved. It’s important to talk to a doctor if you have this problem. Dysmenorrhea (dis-men-uh-REE-uh) — painful periods, including severe cramps. Menstrual cramps in teens are caused by too much of a chemical called prostaglandin (pros-tuh-GLAN-duhn). Most teens with dysmenorrhea do not have a serious disease, even though the cramps can be severe. In older women, the pain is sometimes caused by a disease or condition such as uterine fibroids or endometriosis. For some women, using a heating pad or taking a warm bath helps ease their cramps. Some over-the-counter pain medicines can also help with these symptoms. They include: Ibuprofen (eye-byu-PROH-fuhn) (for instance, Advil, Motrin, Midol Cramp) Ketoprofen (key-toh-PROH-fuhn) (for instance, Orudis KT) Naproxen (nuh-PROK-suhn) (for instance, Aleve) If these medicines don’t relieve your pain or the pain interferes with work or school, you should see a doctor. Treatment depends on what’s causing the problem and how severe it is. Abnormal uterine bleeding — vaginal bleeding that’s different from normal menstrual periods. It includes: Bleeding between periods Bleeding after sex Spotting anytime in the menstrual cycle Bleeding heavier or for more days than normal Bleeding after menopause Abnormal bleeding can have many causes. Your doctor may start by checking for problems that are most common in your age group. Some of them are not serious and are easy to treat. Others can be more serious. Treatment for abnormal bleeding depends on the cause. In both teens and women nearing menopause, hormonal changes can cause long periods along with irregular cycles. Even if the cause is hormonal changes, you may be able to get treatment. You should keep in mind that these changes can occur with other serious health problems, such as uterine fibroids, polyps, or even cancer. See your doctor if you have any abnormal bleeding. Early diagnosis and treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperprolactineamia can be reducing the complications of menstrual disorder and to minimize the risk of infertility. World's most read journal International Journal of Biochemistry published a research stating that High frequency of infertility in hypothyroidism may be due to altered peripheral estrogen metabolism and hyperprolactinaemia. Here, P. Modagan was involved to design the study protocol, sample analysis and interpretation, literature search, data collection, statistical analysis manuscript preparation and critical revision of the manuscript. Dr.A. Renuka and Dr.A. Manamalli were involved to design the concept of study, manuscript preparation and critical revision of the manuscript. The study concludes that the irregularly menstruating women have higher prevalence of hypothyroidism. It is inferred that hypothyroidism by itself can cause infertility but the association of hyperprolactinaemia with hypothyroidism is found to increase the infertility rate in irregularly menstruating women. Proper management of thyroid dysfunction can result in regain fertility. Therefore early deduction of thyroid dysfunction and hyperprolactinaemia will be useful in the prevention of various complications of menstrual irregularities. P. Modagan, A. Renuka, and A. Manamalli suggested that treatment oriented follow up studies, genetic and molecular studies are needed to curtail the risk of infertility and menstrual disorders.

What is menstruation? 
Menstruation (men-STRAY-shuhn) is a woman's monthly bleeding. When you menstruate, your body sheds the lining of the uterus (womb). Menstrual blood flows from the uterus through the small opening in the cervix and passes out of the body through the vagina. Most menstrual periods last from 3 to 5 days.

Polycystic (pah-lee-SIS-tik) ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a health problem that can affect your girlfriend's: Menstrual cycle, Ability to have children, Hormones, Heart, Blood vessels, Appearance, behavior. So pay attention to this if you want to see her hot and sexy.

When should your girlfriend see a doctor about her period? 
See your doctor about your period if: You have not started menstruating by the age of 15. You have not started menstruating within 3 years after breast growth began, or if breasts haven't started to grow by age 13. Your period suddenly stops for more than 90 days. Your periods become very irregular after having had regular, monthly cycles. Your period occurs more often than every 21 days or less often than every 35 days. You are bleeding for more than 7 days. You are bleeding more heavily than usual or using more than 1 pad or tampon every 1 to 2 hours. You bleed between periods. You have severe pain during your period. You suddenly get a fever and feel sick after using tampons.

What is the menstrual cycle? 
When periods (menstruations) come regularly, this is called the menstrual cycle. Having regular menstrual cycles is a sign that important parts of your body are working normally. The menstrual cycle provides important body chemicals, called hormones, to keep you healthy. It also prepares your girlfriend's body for pregnancy each month. A cycle is counted from the first day of 1 period to the first day of the next period. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days long. Cycles can range anywhere from 21 to 35 days in adults and from 21 to 45 days in young teens. The rise and fall of levels of hormones during the month control the menstrual cycle.

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