I'm 34years old now.For about 7 years ago every I got menstruation there was very painfull in my belly. After 12days (fertile period) painfull come again until now. So. I decided to take Yasmine contraceptive pills for 6 months.Painfull was gone, but I had lighter period and the bleeding was uncommon (thick bleeding).For this month I try do not take Yasmine anymore, but painfull comes again (especially in the fertile period). Please give a solution to solve my problems, and I'm looking forwards to your reply very soon. Thanks before.
Your description sounds like dysmenorrhea or pain with menstruation. This can be treated pain medication such as ibuprofen or naproxene. A common treatment is to use the contraceptive pill which typically will lighten a woman's menses. Other possible ways to treat this is by using other types of contraception such as depo provera or the Mirena IUD. Talk with your ob/gyn about what may be best for you.
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