Dysmenorrhoea, a medical term for menstrual cramps, is a common gynaecological issue faced by most women especially in their youth. It is characterized by a sharp and twisting pain in the abdomen that can last for hours.


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What is Dysmenorrhoea?

Dysmenorrhoea is the condition of painful menstruation typically involving abdominal cramps caused by uterine contractions. The uterine lining produces hormone like substances (prostaglandins) that cause the muscle of the uterus to contract strongly. If it contracts too strongly during the cycle, it can press the nearby blood vessels thus reducing blood flow & cutting off the supply of oxygen to the uterus. This lack of oxygen causes pain & cramping.

There are two types of Dysmenorrhoea:

  • Primary: Primary Dysmenorrhoea is a condition that causes common menstrual cramps which are recurrent and are not caused by any underlying disease. The pain usually commences 1 or 2 days before the menstrual bleeding starts and is experienced in the lower abdomen, back or thighs. The pain can range from mild to severe lasting for 12 to 72 hours. The cramps usually become less frequent and painful as a woman ages.
  • Secondary:Secondary Dysmenorrhoea results in cramps that are caused by a disorder in the woman’s reproductory organs. Conditions such as Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, Uterine Fibroids or infection are responsible for its causation. Pain from secondary dysmenorrhoea usually begins earlier in the menstrual cycle and lasts longer than common menstrual cramps. The condition may occur at any age but is most common among women aged 20-45.

Causes and Risk
Factors of Dysmenorrhoea

When the uterus gets contracted it lessens oxygen and blood flow causing Dysmenorrhoea

It also occurs when the uterus lining gets attached outside the organ (endometriosis)

Formation of benign tumors mostly during child-bearing times (uterine fibroids)

Any scenario of sexually transmitted bacteria can cause pelvic inflammatory disease. It can then result in Dysmenorrhoea

When the endometrial tissue moves within the muscular uterus wall it can widen the uterine wall. This can also result in painful cramps

Bad lifestyle habits involve smoking in excessive amounts

Small cervix opening that retains healthy menstrual blood flow and pain (Cervical Stenosis)

The condition can also run in the family with a genetic potency

Signs & Symptoms of Dysmenorrhoea

A sharp abdominal cramp that spreads to the lower portion of the back, thighs, and hips

Feeling dizzy

Digestive issues, constipation, diarrhoea

Menstrual clots along with blood flow


Nausea or vomiting

Common Dysmenorrhoea Triggers

  • Fatigue or weakness
  • Feeling lethargic or tired
  • Feeling nauseous
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Healthy Tips

  • Consume healthy and nutritious foods to stay healthy
  • Indulge yourself in regular exercises to remain fit and active
  • Maintain a healthy body weight to prevent obesity
  • Try indulging in healthy practices like yoga, relaxation, or breathing exercises
  • Use a heating pad to ease the pain and cramps due to the condition
  • Make sure to include healthy fats in the form of olive oil, nuts, and fish
  • Do not consume caffeine or alcohol
  • Avoid smoking entirely
  • Get proper sleep at night to boost your immunity

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