Menstrual irregularity, premenstrual syndrome (pms) and neural therapy

Irregular period :

Periodic changes that affect the whole organism, especially the genital system, characterized by monthly recurrent hormonal changes and menstrual bleeding from the first menstrual period to menopause are called menstrual cycle. The first day of the menstrual cycle is considered the beginning of the menstrual bleeding. The menstrual cycle is 28+/-7 days. The average bleeding time is 5+/-3 days, and the amount of blood lost during a period is 30 ml. (20-80 ml.). The first menstrual bleeding occurs around the age of 13 (8-16). Menstruation in the 12-18 month period after menarche (first menstruation) is usually irregular and without ovulation. There are 4 factors that make up a normal period;

Hypothalamus, 2) Pituitary, 3) Ovary, 4) Uterus

The problem that may occur at any stage from these factors appears as Menstrual Irregularity.

If we want to define menstrual cycle disorders;
oligomenorrhea; Irregular bleeding that occurs at intervals longer than 35 days.
polymenorrhea; Regular bleeding that occurs at intervals of less than 21 days.
hypomenorrhea; It is the small amount of menstrual bleeding.
hypermenorrhea; The amount of menstrual bleeding is excessive, but its duration is normal.
Menorrhagia; It is the prolongation of menstrual bleeding.
Metrorgy; Bleeding that occurs at irregular intervals.
Menometrorrhagia; It is profuse bleeding that occurs at irregular intervals.
ovulation bleeding; It is light bleeding seen in the middle of two menstruation.
Premenstrual bleeding; It is light bleeding that occurs before two menstrual periods.
spotting; They are bleeding in the form of spotting. It is often due to intrauterine device or hormonal disorders.
Juvenile bleeding; Bleeding due to ovulation problem, which is seen at or immediately after menarche.

It is possible to divide abnormal vaginal bleeding into two;

organic causes

dysfunctional uterine bleeding

Organic causes; Bleeding caused by IUD (intrauterine device, spiral) use, drugs, abortion (miscarriage), ectopic pregnancy (ectopic pregnancy), trophoblastic disease, liver failure, kidney failure, blood, thyroid diseases, vagina, external genitalia, cervix and uterus itself . A polyp originating from the cervix or inside the uterus can cause menstrual irregularity. Again, myoma structure originating from the uterus also causes bleeding, and trauma-related tears are another cause of abnormal bleeding. Their treatment is usually based on the cause and the diagnosis can be made with a simple gynecological examination and ultrasonography.

Dysfunctional bleeding can be defined as abnormal uterine bleeding that is not due to an organic cause. Therefore, the diagnosis of dysfunctional bleeding is a diagnosis made after other bleeding causes have been excluded.

90% of menstrual irregularities are anovulatory (ovulation dysfunction) dysfunctional bleeding, and this type of bleeding is mostly seen after menarche and before menopause, while 10% is dysfunctional bleeding with ovulation and is seen in the 30s and 40s.

Dysfunctional bleeding occurs with the deterioration of menstrual bleeding or its quantity, or both.

Treatment : If there are Organic Causes and / or Endometrial Hyperplasia described above, cause-oriented treatments should be applied.

However, if none of these exist and cannot be understood, if there is a suspicion that it is caused by a psychogenic and / or undetected hormonal disorder, NEURALTHERAPY that Regulates the Hormonal Axis may be useful in this regard.

Premenstrual Tension-Pain / Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS);

The occurrence of some disorders that appear in the second half of the menstrual cycle and disappear with menstruation, to such an extent that they prevent daily activities and require treatment, is called premenstrual syndrome. PMS, which usually starts 7-14 days before menstruation, shows different symptom complexes according to individual differences, and is therefore called a syndrome, was first defined as a tendency to imbalance and edema formation in the mental structure. PMS is a psychoneuroendocrine disorder with approximately 200 symptoms. About 30-50% of women have PMS. In 5-10% of these events, the symptoms can be very severe. It usually occurs between the ages of 25-35. The most common complaints are pain in the breasts, accumulation of water in the body, abdominal distension, changes in appetite and mood changes. Certain individuals must be considered in order to diagnose PMS.

-Complaints occur in the second half of a menstrual period.
– In the first half of the menstrual period, there is a period of at least 1 week without any complaints.
– Complaints must be repeated for at least 3 consecutive months.
-Complaints interfere with daily activities and require treatment.

Treatment: Vitamin B6, especially NEURALTHERAPY that Regulates the Hormonal Axis, exercise, adjusting the fluid-electrolyte balance, and reducing salt can be added to help the treatment.

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