Painful menstrual periods are periods in which a woman experiences crampy lower abdominal pain
, sharp pain
that comes and goes, aching pain, or possibly back pain.This type of pain is usually not related to any specific problems with the uterus or other pelvic organs.
Apply a heating pad
to your lower abdomen (below your belly button). Be careful NOT to fall asleep with the heating pad on.
Do light circular massage with your fingertips around your lower abdomen.
Drink warm beverages.
Eat light but frequent meals.
Follow a diet rich in complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, but low in salt, sugar, alcohol, and caffeine.
Keep your legs elevated while lying down, or lie on your side with your knees bent.
Practice relaxation techniques
such as meditation
Try over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medicine, such as ibuprofen. Start taking it the day before your period is expected to start, and continue taking it regularly for the first few days of your period.
Try vitamin B6, calcium, and magnesium supplements, especially if your pain is from PMS.
Take warm showers or baths.
Walk or exercise regularly, including pelvic rocking exercises.
Lose weight if you are overweight
These are home cares, but if you feel constant pain then consult a specialized Homeopathic
physician as this problem can be resolved easily.