Simply put, in most cases it is normal to have diarrhea with you period. Although the exact reasons aren’t fully understood, so far excessive prostaglandins are the top suspect. But in some other cases, it is a sign of underlying diseases like pelvic inflammatory disease. It is worth mentioning that some women also suffer from constipation during menstruation period. Continue reading Is It Normal to Have Diarrhea during Your Period?
The health benefits of chamomile tea have been known for a long time. Now the experiments conducted by British scientists show that regularly drinking it, two or three cups a day, can help fight off a cold or flu, reduce inflammation, soothe the nerves, ease menstrual cramps, and so on. Traditionally, it is believed to be a sedative, anti-inflammatory herb. No wonder since ancient time it has been used as herbal remedies to treat a variety of diseases, such as menstrual disorders, insomnia, hay fever, hemorrhoids, and more. Continue reading Is Chamomile Tea Good for Menstrual Cramps?
When it comes to women, your period is a barometer of your health, especially of your reproductive health. As a health report card, it faithfully records the changes in your body monthly. Since a healthy menstrual cycle is one of indicators of a woman’s fertility, irregular menstruation, for example scanty menstrual flow, should be treated promptly to avoid affecting your ability to get pregnant. When it comes to home remedies for scanty bleeding during periods, some foods and medicinal dishes can be of great help. Continue reading Home Remedies for Scanty Menstrual Flow