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If you regularly suffer from painful periods, this symptom may be linked to endometriosis.

Painful periods: why, what to do?

Painful periods may be linked to hormonal imbalance, immune system failure, high levels of inflammation and/or localized endometriosis lesions. + half of women suffer from menstrual cramps regularly, 1 in 5 from severe pain, + 1 in 10 from endometriosis and/or adenomyosis.

Beyond chronic pelvic pain due to menstruation, there is also pain linked to ovulation (40%), to Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) (40%) which at a higher level can relate to Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder. Menstrual (TDPM) (3 to 8% of women!).

Symptoms associated with menstrual pain can be lower back pain, vulvar pain, heavy periods, mood swings, migraines, fatigue, digestive and urinary problems, sore breasts, etc.

In addition to your medical appointments, naturopathy/micro-nutrition follow-up is recommended to treat the causes in depth and hope for real long-term well-being. Follow-up in osteopathy can also be of great help in soothing menstrual and digestive pain. Yoga positions for painful periods, specific self-massage, breathing exercises, sophrology, can also help reduce the intensity of pain. Don't hesitate to watch the featured stories on the Instagram account @flo_etallais to get more advice on these well-being techniques.

What medical and therapeutic follow-up?

This recommendation does not replace medical advice; if you have symptoms, we invite you to consult a specialized professional.

For medical follow-up, if you are looking for a gynecologist/midwife specialized in endometriosis, you can send an email to the associations which have contact lists and consult the directory of private midwives, the pointgyn, gyn&co site , mapatho...

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