Dysmenorrhea seems very common. However, what lies behind it might be a gynecological disease afflicting you. Clinically, most severe dysmenorrhea is caused by endometriosis and adenomyosis.
The dysmenorrhea caused by adenomyosis is more stubborn. The pain is gradually aggravated and located in the middle of the lower abdomen. It often starts in the first week before menstruation until the end. Some women in the non-menstrual period also have pain in the lower abdomen, uterine bleeding, and other symptoms.
In addition, large menstrual volume, prolonged menstrual period, and even anemia appear. As the disease aggravates and the uterus gradually increases, infertility easily occurs, and compressive urinary frequency, urinary retention, and anal distension pain are also common symptoms of adenomyosis.
That sounds terrible. But how does adenomyosis take its form?
Adenomyosis is the invasion of endometrial glands and stroma into the myometrium and leads to diffuse or localized lesions. There is a tendency for women to develop the disease in their 20s, but it is common in women aged 30-50.
All kinds of uterine preservation surgeries to eliminate the lesions sound good because they can stop the related lesions and retain the uterus at the same time. Many women with adenomyosis try such surgeries, but the results are not ideal. The reason is that adenomyosis lesions are diffuse in the myometrium, and the boundary between normal muscle tissues is blurred. So, whatever uterine preservation is used, separating and clearing the lesions is difficult. After uterine preservation is applied, some lesions continue to increase in the myometrium and resurface over time.
The only way to get rid of adenomyosis is to remove the uterus. But for younger and child-bearing women, hysterectomy not only makes them lose the right to be a complete woman and a mother but also makes them face problems like premature aging and early menopause, etc., which is unacceptable.
Don't hurry to cut off the uterus in the face of adenomyosis. Give Traditional Chinese Medicine a chance
Adenomyosis is "dysmenorrhea," "infertility," and "menstrual disorders" in the angle of TCM. Adenomyosis lesions are equivalent to the blood stasis of TCM. The reasons for the formation of blood stasis include qi stagnation and blood stasis type, cold accumulation-caused blood stasis type, phlegm turbidity and blood stasis type, qi deficiency, and blood stasis type, and kidney deficiency type. Different treatments will be applied according to the specific situations of different patients.
TCM can treat adenomyosis with no operations or hysterectomy. The method is to use excellent traditional Chinese medicine to remove blood stasis. By promoting blood stasis dissipation and absorption, new blood gradually metaphysics, and the uterus returns to a normal state. Patients can choose Fuyan Pill produced by Li Xiaoping traditional Chinese medicine clinic for treatment.
Fuyan Pill is made of more than ten kinds of restorative materials, including Poria cocos, Scutellaria baicalensis, Gardenia jasminoides, Atractylodes atractylodes, Chinese yam, Atractylodes atractylodes, talc, angelica Sinensis, peach kernel, red flower, licorice, woody incense, Corydalis tuber, bupleurum, etc., which are reasonably combined in a certain proportion. The efficacy of the medicinal materials in the formula is also relatively complete.
Bupleurum can pass through the surface and relieve heat, disperse stagnated liver qi to relieve depression, and lift Yang qi. Poria cocos can clear dampness, promote diuresis, invigorate the spleen, and remove phlegm. Scutellaria baicalensis can reduce internal fire, detoxify, clear heat and stop bleeding. Angelica Sinensis can invigorate blood circulation, regulate meridian and relieve pain. The peach kernel can Invigorate the circulation of blood and remove blood stasis, and it can also be used to relieve dysmenorrhea.
Treatment by traditional Chinese medicine works for patients, with the advantages of no operation, low cost, minor pain, quick recovery, exact curative effect, etc. Adenomyosis patients who want to give birth to a baby can prepare for pregnancy after recuperating with traditional Chinese medicine.
In the meantime, traditional Chinese medicine can restrain uterine myomas from continuing to proliferate. Patients who want to ensure good effectiveness must choose the right medicine by distinguishing specific symptoms.
Adenomyosis is so scary. How can it be prevented?
1. Women should try to avoid gynecological surgery near or during menstrual periods.
2. Keep artificial abortion or curettage to a minimum and make good family planning.
3. During or in the middle of the menstrual period, pay attention to maintaining emotional stability, avoiding overwork, and prohibiting sexual life in the menstrual period.
4. Take care of oneself in the menstrual period, pay attention to emotional management, and make sure not to sulk, or it will lead to endocrine changes.