Dysmenorrhea or menstrual cramps is one common gynecological condition characterized by acute pain in the lower abdomen, radiating to lower back and thighs. It is often associated with other symptoms such as headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bloating, backache, fatigue, and dizziness. Approximately 10-15% of females experience severe monthly menstrual pain that adversely affects daily activities at work, home or school.
Menstrual pain is usually caused by the excess production of prostaglandins, a hormone-like substance related to pain and inflammation. Menstrual irregularities can be normal during the first few years of menstruation onset, but the signs and symptoms such as amenorrhea, excessive uterine bleeding, and premenstrual syndrome require immediate attention.
Studies on dysmenorrhea and menstrual factors have described various factors that are related to the prevalence of this condition. These factors constitute low body mass index, early menarche, prolonged menstrual flow, pelvic infections, psychological and genetic factors.
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