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  • How to reduce Menstrual Pain?

    Hi friends, I am lex and i am 25 Years old, i need suggestion from you all that how to reduce menstrual pain, its not like general pains which general gurls do have..it makes me to cry harder.. i see my friends that they dont have so much that kind of but i think i m exceptional, i used meds recommended by doctors but it works when i am using it and it gets reverts when i dont.. please if you have any suggestion advice me please..
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  • how to reduce pain

    Originally posted by cosmicblue View Post
    Hi friends, I am lex and i am 25 Years old, i need suggestion from you all that how to reduce menstrual pain, its not like general pains which general gurls do have..it makes me to cry harder.. i see my friends that they dont have so much that kind of but i think i m exceptional, i used meds recommended by doctors but it works when i am using it and it gets reverts when i dont.. please if you have any suggestion advice me please..
    Dear Lex, i have the same problem, this is what i got after research

    A healthy diet of whole grains, fruits and pulses is very helpful. At the same time, you need to avoid oily food, non vegetarian food, milk and milk products. Certain supplements such as calcium and vitamin B6 are also particularly effective in tackling PMS.

    Calcium: Research suggests that increasing calcium intake can help reduce menstrual pain and PMS symptoms, however, certain lifestyle factors such as smoking, deficiency of vitamin D, consuming excess sodium, sugar, caffeine or animal proteins acceler ates calcium loss — nearly 70 per cent passes right through without even being absorbed by the digestive tract and a portion of what is absorbed is lost in urine. Thus retaining the calcium is equally important.

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    • regular excercise

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      • i bought a dual vibrator and that zaps the cramps and discomfort. clitoral stimulation and even penetration with toys (or partner if he's up for it) are great for easing menstrual pain.

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