Dysmenorrhoea is a gynaecological problem that's characterised by severe pain during menstruation. The pain is severe enough to have an impact on lifestyle and everyday activities, such as working, exercising or looking after your children, and the symptoms of dysmenorrhoea can remain the same or progressively worsen over time. Here's an overview of the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment approach for dysmenorrhoea:
Causes And Symptoms
Dysmenorrhoea can occur if you have higher than normal levels of prostaglandins, which play a role in how your uterus contracts during menstruation.