Period Pain

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Period Pain

Period pain or in medical terms, dysmenorrhea commonly occurs in teenagers and young adults. They tend to be less painful as one becomes older. The pain is mostly mild but statistics show that 1 in 10 women suffer severe menstrual pain enough to affect their regular activities. The cause of period pain in most cases is not clear but for some women in their 30s and 40s, a problem in the pelvis may be the source.

Types of Period Pain

The most common type is Primary dysmenorrhoea which often occurs in teenagers and in women in their 20s. This pain occurs where there is no underlying problem of the uterus or pelvis.

The less common Secondary dysmenorrhoea is pain caused by a problem of the womb or pelvis. and is more likely to occur in older women in their 30s and 40s.

Causes of Period Pain

The cause is often not clear. Dysmenorrhoea occurs when the womb’s muscular wall contracts. Typically, mild contractions continually pass through the womb, but they’re usually so mild that most women can’t feel them.

During your period, the wall of the womb starts to contract more strongly to facilitate the shedding of the womb lining as part of the monthly period. Normal body chemicals called prostaglandins build up in the lining of the womb. For women suffering from period pain, there seems to be a build-up of too much prostaglandin which may cause the womb to contract too hard. This process reduces the blood supply to the womb and leads to pain.

Symptoms of Period Pain

Mild to intense abdominal cramps may begin within 24 hours of the start of the woman’s period. The pain may continue for days. Symptoms of period pain include:

  • Dull and constant ache
  • Cramps that radiate from the lower back and thighs
  • Throbbing or cramping pain in your uterus during the period

Some women also experience:

  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Loose bowels
  • Nausea

ANF Therapy® Applied on Period Pain 

Period pain, period cramps, menstrual cramps, or in broader terms PMS (premenstrual syndrome) is uncomfortable and can be painful. ANF Therapy® may help you combat all of these by addressing the root cause of your pain and not just masking your symptoms.

ANF Discs interact with the body to treat inflammation in the body and, in the process, also treat related issues.

Patient Statement

“I have been suffering from severe PMS symptoms and period pain since I was 15. I was always depressed and had bad mood swings.
All those bad memories were turned over as soon as I found the solution for this problem with ANF Therapy® Discs.”

– Tea, the ANF patient

About ANF Therapy®

ANF Therapy® uses circular ANF Discs which are applied directly on the skin after palpation and assessment by a trained ANF Therapist following the ANF Therapy Method, Patented Model no. U202030252, ES1259974.
The ANF Therapy® purpose is alleviation in injury and pain within minutes.
Our aim is that the patient experiences a reduction of pain and swelling, an increase in range of motion, and an improvement in quality of life-related to health. Non-transdermal non-invasive device, NO needles or chemicals are used.

In most cases, period pain is mild enough for you to be able to normalize it at home.
If your periods are causing you significant pain and discomfort, contact us so we can help you find an ANF practitioner closest to you!

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