1. If periods are heavy/lots of clot BUT with Normal Menstruation
then it could be Primary Dysmenorrhea/Menorrhagia
but if it is associated with any Gynecological pathology then it is secondary dysmenorrhea , so check with your Doctor OR Gynecologist regarding any reproductive disorder along with baseline Investigations like Hb, WBC, Bleeding disorder
profile, Serum T3,T4,& TSH and for treatment options: Medical (Hormone Replacement Therapy
) OR Surgical.
2. Until recent years, conventional treatment has usually been hysterectomy
, now new low-risk technologies are emerging that are equally effective.
3. Have an annual gynaecological examination and a Pap smear when indicated.
4. Maintain normal weight for your height, and take Over The Counter (OTC) medicine Ibuprofen to decrease period pain.