Menstrual pain, also known as dysmenorrhea is severe abdominal pain felt during menstruation. Statistically, it is the most common gynecological symptom affecting women in reproductive age group worldwide.
However, slight pain during menstruation is normal but such pain should not be severe enough to affect normal daily activities. When this occurs, certain lifestyle can be attributed to such occurrence.
In our society, many myth and belief surround menstrual pain and women have been found to indulge in certain practices that worsen menstrual pain or even cause severe body damages. In this article, we will be discussing 5 things you should stop doing if you often experience menstrual pain. Click “Continue Reading” to see more