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How bad is it to have the menstrual fluids stay in the vagina?

A: 21 Oct 2011 Can you explain a little more what you mean? Are you talking about taking pills that reduce or stop your monthly flows or are you talking about something else altogether like blocking the vagina to prevent the fluids from draining out of the body? I''m unclear on what you mean. Could you clarify a bit about what you are talking about? Votes:+0CommentVote upReport Cheryl121764 21 Oct 2011I was put on Norethindrone, because I was only menstruating every 6 months to once a year, My periods were becoming extremely heavy and painful. That was when she put me on the medication. I have been wondering and worrying, if stopping the flow would cause problems. If i miss one day of this medicine, I spot and cramp. So there is obviously

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After my menstrual cycle, I have a loud odor from discharging. What can I do to alleviate this problem? I find myself taking two or three showers a day to get rid of the odor?

A: Every month, your body undergoes a lot of changes when it is menstruating. In some, the level of these changes is normal, but in others the changes are so extreme that it affects the pH balance of the various fluids in the body. This in turn increases the level of acidity and alkaline properties in these fluids. This could be one of the reasons for the odor being present. If this is the case, there is not much you can do to get rid of the odor totally, you can only try and reduce it. An infection could be another reason for the odor. If the infection is mild, it can be taken care of at home. However, if the infection is severe, it will require medication. Whatever the reason, the one thing that you will need to do is make a few changes to...


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The ins and outs of menstrual cups — How do they differ from tampons and pads?

A: Dear Curious, A menstrual cup is a type of cup or barrier worn inside the vagina during menstruation to collect menstrual fluid. Unlike tampons and pads, the cup collects menstrual fluid rather than absorbing it. While insertion and removal may take some time to get used to, many women consider menstrual cups to be an innovative and safe alternative to tampons. menstrual cups are safe for both virgins and non-virgins, and for women of all ages. Here are some of the benefits that menstrual cups provide: No risk of toxic shock syndrome or irritation, which may be caused by the bleaching of the...


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Brownish stains before the actual menstrual flow, what is it?

A: First of all, let me say that this is completely normal and you have nothing to be worried about. Almost all women go through spotting. While some women have spotting issues regularly, most women get it just one in a while. menstrual fluid is made up of blood as well as cervical mucus and vaginal secretions. If you have an extremely light flow, it would result in a little blood seeping out along with your normal vaginal secretions and this causes the brownish stains that you see. As your flow is light, the blood remains within you for longer which causes it to becomes more brown than red. If you are trying for a baby, then you need to consider this as the first day of your period when making any calculations. If this spotting always...
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Foods that minimize menstrual cramps?

A: Dear Curious, To help combat the multitude of symptoms during the menstrual cycle, eat healthfully throughout the month. Take in a variety of fruits, veggies, whole grains, lean proteins, low-fat dairy, and healthful oils (mono-unsaturated and Omega-3s), which provide a plethora of nutrients. For many women, eating more frequently helps lessen irritability and similar symptoms of low blood sugar. Other women who tend to retain fluids easily feel better with less sodium in their diet (...


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Herbal remedies for menstrual pain?

A: Hi, I just discovered Formula 303--a friend told me about it. It is a natural muscle relaxant and helps with nerves/stress too. A friend told me about it. Where I live, a bottle of 90 tablets cost $20, 2 per dosage so it works out to 44 cents per dosage. (I included the company website and it is much cheaper through them) It is amazing!! I have told my wife about it but but since we just got the 303 she hasn''t had a chance to try it yet, but on their website it says this: All Natural Homeopathic Formula used by over 2 million people for Relief of Muscle Spasm, Tension and Stress Used and Recommended by over 6000 Chiropractors and other Professional Practitioners for over 44 years. Proven Relief for: • Muscle Spasm • Pulled Muscles • Tight Muscles • Leg Cramps • backache or Back Sprain...


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Is it normal to have an odorless menstrual cycle?

A: The odor from a menstrual cycle can come from two things: first, if you have an infection, obviously the odor can be accentuated. Secondly, during a normal menstrual cycle, the release of body fluids and blood can lead to odor, especially if pads or tampons are not changed frequently enough. It is normal to have a small amount of odor due to the release of these fluids, but if excessive odor is noticed, having your doctor check for infection or paying increased attention to hygiene can decrease the odor....


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What Are the Symptoms of fluid in the Fallopian Tubes?

A: Having fluid in the fallopian tubes, a condition also known as hydrosalpinx, can cause a number of symptoms in affected women. The most common symptom is chronic pelvic pain, which can cause significant distress and limit a woman`s ability to function. Shorter-term pelvic pain might also be observed. Some patients do not have pain but instead experience problems with fertility as a result of their abnormal reproductive tracts. Other women with hydrosalpinx are free from symptoms, and only discover they have the condition incidentally.. Perhaps the most common symptom that women experience as a result of having fluid in the fallopian tubes is chronic pelvic pain. The type of pain experienced can vary widely, but women might feel an achy, a...


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What are the known home remedies for treating menstrual cramps?

A: I put some dill seeds or dried dill into a cup of boiled water. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes and then drink it. Believe or not, it helps • Use cold (ice water bottles) in day time and hot water bag at night. • Drink lemon, ginger and herbal teas. • Rest and exercise help to decrease the severity of cramps. The cramps associated with the menstrual cycle come from the contraction of the uterus in response to fluctuations in the hormones flooding the body at this time. Normal menstrual cramps, known as primary dysmenorrhea, increase in intensity in line with increased levels of the hormone prostaglandins. Excessively painful periods and cramps, known as secondary dysmenorrhea, can be the symptom...


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What Is the Connection between the menstrual Cycle and Mood Swings?

A: The primary connection between the menstrual cycle and mood swings is that shifts in mood are common during the period leading up to menstruation and during a woman`s period. This is mostly due to fluctuations in certain hormones found in a woman’s system during this time. Some women have physical symptoms in combination with these mood swings as part of a condition called pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS).. Many women have some issues with their menstrual cycle and mood swings, and this is considered normal. During the days leading up to menstruation and sometimes during the first few days of it, women may feel irritable, sad, or even giggly. These emotions may come and go at random and some women even go through cycles...


 
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