Signs of Menstrual are Not Normal

Very reasonable for women who experience discomfort while menstrual, such as bloating or cramping. However, some women may experience menstrual periods that are heavier than the others, is it normal?

Menstrual period is said to be normal if it has disrupted your life everyday. If abdominal pain is very severe, the body is weak, and excessive bleeding to disrupt your daily life at school or at work, consult a doctor.

A survey of 1,200 women in the United States found that 1 in 10 women experience very heavy periods. But about 32 percent of the survey participants reported experiencing heavy menstrual periods every month, do not go to the doctor for reasons of shame or regard it is no big deal.

Heavy menstrual periods can make a woman lose productivity both at work and at home, because the tremendous abdominal pain and body weakness. The survey also showed that heavy menstrual periods may affect her emotional state.

Approximately 93 percent of women with heavy menstrual periods said he is less passionate in the day-to-day while coming months. While about 65 percent reported that he was lacking in confidence and just want to stay in bed all day during the coming months.

"In addition to embarrassment, women are often unaware that their menstrual period was unusual, so he did not see a doctor," said Diana Ramos, MD, a Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Keck USC School of Medicine, who led the survey.

As reported by Self, Tuesday (02/12/2013), Watch for signs of heavy menstrual periods and see your doctor immediately if you experience any of the five following signs:
  1. Menstrual blood too much out to make you have to change pads every one to two hours in a row
  2. You need to use double sanitary so as not to penetrate
  3. You need to wake up in the night to replace the pads are fully
  4. There is a blood clot large enough with your menstrual blood flow
  5. Having to stay in bed because you're too tired