Researchers from Taiwan have published a study in the February, 2013
issue of Pain Management Nursing. The study examined the effect of
acupressure on various types of pain.
You’re probably all too familiar with the negative side effects of pregnancy, especially if you’re pregnant. Sometimes, the side effects might even continue after you’ve delivered your baby while your hormones are still running rampant for a few weeks.
Dysmenorrhea is defined as a medical condition that involves pain or
discomfort during the menstruation process, often simply referred to as
menstrual pain. This condition can cause sharp, dull, burning, shooting
or nauseating pain or other types of general discomfort.
Pelvic pain during the menstrual period is knows as dysmenorrhea. The #1 reason for dysmenorrhea is a condition called endometriosis, when endometrial lining is outside the uterus.
What could be the cause of pelvic pain?
How to identify endometriosis