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And a saint is closely related to creation. The creation of one organism from another is the duty of nature. The first sign of reproduction in the human woman is the woman’s menstrual cycle. Hormones that have been dormant since infancy suddenly surge and the body, mind, personality, thoughts are shaken on all levels. The hypothalamus is located in the lower part of the brain. Ovaries produce large amounts of estrogen under the influence of hormones. There are many changes in the body. This growth in the mind-body is called “coming of age”. This is an important chain in women’s health that preserves femininity and provides motherhood. What is menstruation?

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Menstruation is a natural process. Each month after menstruation, some of the eggs in the ovaries begin to grow. One of the eggs with more cells becomes larger in size. Fluid builds up in it. When the fluid pressure increases, the egg bursts. Ovum comes out of it. This ovum is drawn into the fallopian tube. The thickening of the endometrium in the uterus is under the influence of the ovum. If the embryo does not form, the resulting ovum dries up. The level of hormones in the blood decreases (Estrogen, Progesterone) and the endometrium falls, this is called menstruation. Indian girls usually start their period at the age of 12-13. If menstruation occurs before the age of eight or if menstruation does not occur for up to 14 years, consult a gynecologist. Menstrual onset and cessation periods are similar in mothers and girls. The menstrual cycle starts at the age of 12-13 and ends at the age of 45-50. Regular menstruation is external evidence that the girl’s body is normal, all her systems are working properly. Cleanliness between periods: { Change pads every six hours. The pad should be wrapped in paper and disposed of in the rubbish, not flushed. { Bathe at least once a day. { It’s okay to use a sheath wash once in a while, but don’t overdo it. Because it changes the pH of the vagina and can cause side effects. Boil the menstrual cup in boiling water once a day. Take it out within twelve hours, empty it and wash it with soap. Hands should be washed before removing/inserting cups. { Cloth / pads should be washed. Dry in the sun. Change the set after three months. If you need to change the pad every two hours, have blood clots, or have very little or too much blood, consult a specialist. Hormonal imbalances can cause this. Menstruation becomes regular after treatment. Menstruation may be irregular for a year or two after it starts. However, if there is a problem of not having a period of one and a half to two months or having a period within 21 days, consult a doctor.

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Menstruation and Abdominal Pain Most women experience abdominal pain during menstruation. This abdominal pain can be mild to severe in nature. Nausea, vomiting, dizziness also occur. In such cases, painkillers can be taken. These tablets do not have long term side effects. Usually after one delivery, these pains subside, but if very severe pains continue for more than one or two days, it is appropriate to make a diagnosis by sonography. Menstrual days are generally inconvenient. But, maintaining proper body hygiene, changing the pad or menstrual cup in time, paying attention to cleaning the stomach can reduce the discomfort.

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