My mother told me: I would have no dysmenorrhea if I gave birth to a child?Intersection

There is a kind of pain that wants to stop and can’t stop

This kind of pain is hidden in every month


△ Standard posture of dysmenorrhea

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Didn’t you have dysmenorrhea after giving birth?

Why do I still feel pain after giving birth?

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Then, the problem is coming

Can pregnancy delivery cure dysmenorrhea?

Given children cannot cure dysmenorrhea.

For some people, it can be relieved;

For some people, having children may also cause dysmenorrhea.

Experts interviewed in this issue:

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Menstruation is one of the signs of women’s health and mature.Dysmenorrhea also reflects the physical condition of women to a certain extent.The cause of dysmenorrhea is nothing more than these two:

There are two causes of dysmenorrhea

Dr. Gan Xiaoqin, the obstetrics and gynecology department of Chengdu Women and Children’s Center Hospital, introduced that dysmenorrhea is divided into two types: primary and secondary.

The difference between the two is whether there are organic lesions.The former is mainly caused by physiological reasons, while the latter refers to some diseases.

In fact, many menstrual periods with normal menstrual cycles and normal menstrual flow, especially the dysmenorrhea of girls in adolescence, are mostly primary dysmenorrhea.

Primary dysmenorrhea is mostly caused by tight cervix, prostaglandin and other substances released during menstruation, causing uterine muscle contraction and spasm.(In a word, there is nothing to do with dysmenorrhea.)


It cannot be ignored that some dysmenorrhea is caused by disease, that is, secondary dysmenorrhea.

Secondary dysmenorrhea refers to dysmenorrhea caused by organic lesions, such as endometriosis, uterine adenomia disease, pelvic inflammatory disease, and reproductive tract malformations.

Dr. Gan Xiaoqin introduced that the dysmenorrhea could not judge in physical feelings.If the menstrual period is abnormal and the pain is uncomfortable for a long time, you must go to the hospital for examination to eliminate the cause in time.

So, is pregnancy and childbirth effect on relieving dysmenorrhea?

Can giving birth to dysmenorrhea?

Some people really don’t hurt:

Women with primary dysmenorrhea, if the cause of their dysmenorrhea is that the menstrual blood is discharged smoothly, or the position of the uterus is abnormal, the cervix tighten the measurctom accumulation and cause dysmenorrhea. In this case, choosing vaginal delivery can be conducive to expanding the narrowing cervix cervix.At the same time, the entire pregnancy process may improve uterine position abnormalities.

Therefore, after some children are born, the dysmenorrhea may not be so painful.

Some people may be more painful:

For some secondary dysmenorrhea women with diseases, as long as the lesion exists, dysmenorrhea will exist.To relieve dysmenorrhea, the first thing to do is to treat diseases.

It is worth noting that whether it is vaginal delivery or cesarean section, the uterine cavity adhesion may be caused during childbirth, resulting in poor menstrual blood discharge and causeing secondary dysmenorrhea.In addition, the endometrium ectopic nodules caused by the incision caused by childbirth can also cause dysmenorrhea.However, the occurrence of the above situation is very low.

Therefore, in this case, if there are dysmenorrhea before, the dysmenorrhea will increase after giving birth; people who have no dysmenorrhea before may start dysmenorrhea after giving birth.

How to relieve dysmenorrhea?


Hot compress

Dysmenorrhea usually requires warmth, and the lower abdomen of hot compresses (about 39-40 ° C) helps relieve.Studies have found that the effect of hot compress on relieving dysmenorrhea is even comparable to analgesic.


Analgesic tablets

The pain is severe. When the hot compress is no longer effective, taking painkillers is an effective method of pain.

Common non -prescription analgesic drugs such as ibuprofen can inhibit prostaglandin synthesis and have better effects on relieving dysmenorrhea.

Dr. Gan Xiaoqin suggested that the use of these painkillers in the short term is safer. If you still cannot alleviate it after taking painkillers, you should seek help from the doctor.

In addition, for patients with secondary dysmenorrhea, treatment of diseases is the focus of treatment of dysmenorrhea. Whether it is hot compresses or analgesic drugs, it is not cured.


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