How to Deal With a Heavy Menstrual Flow

| June 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

Periods are often very painful and bring discomfort with them. They also affect the everyday life by great deal. Here are few steps to deal with your heavy menstrual flow.

Things Required

  • Extra sleep
  • A record of your period’s intensity and frequency
  • A doctor
  • Ibuprofen
  • A low-fat, high-fiber diet


Get Rest

If you are experiencing heavy menstrual bleeding or flow, getting a good amount of rest may bring some relieve for you.

Record Information

Another thing that you need to remember is to record the number of pads and tampons you used during your menstrual period so that you can tell your healthcare provider the exact figures to let him/her determine your current condition.

Replace Aspirin with Ibuprofen

Always prefer ibuprofen over aspirin as aspirin often intervenes with the blood clotting. Ibuprofen helps to relieve some menstrual pain.

Adjust Diet

Always go for a healthy balanced diet as it has a great impact on your entire body. In heavy menstrual periods, alter your diet plan, particularly one with low-fat, high fiber diet that help in relieving menstrual discomfort.

Seek Medical Care

If you are experiencing severe bleeding along with severe pain and unusual discharge, it is the time to seek some medial help.

Point to Remember

In case of heavy menstrual flow, reduce the usage of salt, caffeine, sugar and alcohol.

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Category: Menstrual Cycle

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