Premenstrual Syndrome

xx Heavy bleeding after menstruation could be an indication of health problem
September 21, 2016, 07:43:10 AM by Isaac Adeniran
An Abuja-based Gynecologist, Dr Adaora Ukoh, said heavy bleeding after menstruation could be an indication of underlying health problems.

She disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Abuja.

Ukoh explained that spotting or bleeding after menstruation period was a condition where the woman still noticed some amount of blood droppings days or weeks after her menstrual cycle.

She added that every woman’s cycle differ in some ways and should be considered normal as long as the pattern of the cycle remained steady, saying that most spotting after period was normal.

The expert noted that a healthy menstrual cycle last between 28 and 32 days in which the woman experienced bleeding between three and five days, though, it could be up to seven days for some women.

Ukoh identified rough sexual intercourse shortly after menses and remaining uterine tissue as factors that could predispose a woman to spotting or bleeding after menstrual cycle.

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xx Symptoms that many women experience before their periods
June 18, 2012, 03:15:02 AM by Success Writer
remenstrual syndrome (PMS) or premenstrual tension (PMT) are symptoms that many women experience about seven to ten days before their periods.  Some of the discomforts experienced are mood swings, depression, anxiety, insomnia, food cravings, bloatedness, and in severe cases even epilepsy.  Some women experience heightened emotions and hypersensitivity a few days before their periods.

Other symptoms include headaches, backaches, fatigue, restlessness and even weight gain.  If you encounter any of these symptoms described above, you need to start making changes to your lifestyle/dietary to the degree of discomfort you are facing.
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