Premenstrual uterine pain Women left lower abdomen pain
Q: I have about five days left until my period is scheduled. A slight uterine pain has occurred from three days ago. Usually, three days before menstruation, the left lower abdomen pain appears. It feels like poking, do you have any premenstrual syndrome symptoms such as uterine pain?
A: Premenstrual syndrome is one of the common symptoms even in women without uterine or ovarian diseases. Many symptoms occur from 4-7 days before menstruation begins to right after menstruation. It usually disappears within a few days of menstruation and does not appear until the next menstruation.
If you have uterine pain before you start menstruating, you may suspect premenstrual discomfort disorder. A rare condition experienced by 4% of women, accompanied by premenstrual syndrome and other symptoms 비아그라구매
Common symptoms include swelling of the body, breast pain, headache, uterine pain, depression, and nervousness. To prevent this, it is recommended to reduce caffeine and salt intake, and to keep regular lifestyle and exercise consistently.
Although it is suspected that there is a premenstrual discomfort disorder, it is recommended to visit the gynecologist as soon as possible to determine the exact cause of the disease.