Eat durian cure pain?Someone eats menstruation …

This article is written by the headline "Zhou Say Obstetrics and Gynecology". It aims to share the popular science knowledge of women’s health and science through articles. I hope to give you some help.

Let’s take a look at the real method of "dysmenorrhea" in this article!

One sister sent me this. It is said that similar content searches a lot on a certain app. Many sisters are or planning to eat durians to treat their dysmenorrhea.

Someone exclaimed that it was amazing. After taking durian, she could urge her aunt to support her aunt, and she lost painkillers:

Some people worsen because of eating durian dysmenorrhea, and even worse after eating frozen durian snow. The aunt was gone:

Regarding whether durian can cure dysmenorrhea, I searched related guidelines and found that there is no reliable clinical trial of "durian cure".

As far as a certain aspect is concerned, it is believed that durian is a fruity of hot sex, which has the effect of promoting blood circulation and cold, which can improve the cold symptoms of the abdomen and promote the rise of the body temperature.It may relieve the symptoms of dysmenorrhea.

Another saying is that durian is rich in nutrition, the sugar content is very high. After eating, the blood sugar rises and the mood becomes better. The aunt’s pain naturally relieves it.

Although there are divergent opinions, I still want to remind me that there are such people who really don’t recommend you to superstitize this method. Otherwise, it is likely that the dysmenorrhea is not good, but the condition is delayed!

Which category?

We all know that dysmenorrhea is divided into two categories, one is primary dysmenorrhea, and the other is secondary dysmenorrhea.

Primary dysmenorrhea refers to the repeated abdominal spasm of the lower abdomen during the menstrual period, and there is no clear cause.Secondary dysmenorrhea means that the same symptoms are caused by basic diseases, such as endometriosis and uterine adenocycles.Treatment must be targeted at pain, and secondary dysmenorrhea must also be targeted at basic causes.

As a kind of fruit, you just eat more, and it is impossible to treat the basic cause of dysmenorrhea.Whether it is endometriosis, uterine adenomy disease, inflammatory inflammatory, or uterine fibroids, etc., there is no treatment effect on durian.

If you are superstitious about durian every day and do not take regular treatment, the consequences may be that durian eats too much and causes the sugar calories to exceed the standard.

So what are the first -line treatment methods that have been treated with adult female dysmenorrhea?

First of all, the first -line therapy for dysmenorrhea includes non -steroidal anti -inflammatory drugs (NSAID), acetaminol, and/or hormone contraceptives.

Hormonal contraceptives include estrogen-progesterone compound contraceptives (oral tablets, permeable stickers, vaginal contraceptives) and pure progesterone contraceptives (buried implants, injections, intrauterine contraceptives and oral tablets).How to choose the treatment sequence mainly depends on clinical needs and the personal wishes of patients.

For patients with primary dysmenorrhea hoping to contraception, hormone contraceptives are reasonable initial choices.Hormonal contraceptives may also apply to women who do not need contraception (such as sexual sexual sexual sexuality) and women who are currently not wanting to conceive.

For women who exclude hormones, NSAID or acetamin is a reasonable first choice.Generally, treatment is activated before or at the beginning or start of menstruation and lasts for 2-3 days.Treatment time depends on the specific menstrual period and symptoms of patients.

Doctors often start the initial treatment for 2-3 months, and then evaluate the symptoms of patients.For patients with some improved symptoms but still have pain, we select one and continue the initial therapy from the first line of therapy, that is, combined therapy.

For example, a patient has improved symptoms after treatment with NSAID, but it is not enough to restore its normal activity. At this time, we use hormone contraceptives.For women who still have symptoms after treatment of single hormone contraceptives or NSAID treatment, the combination of the two may be more effective.For patients with invalid or small effects for treatment for 2-3 months, they can use another first-line therapy and stop initial intervention.

For patients with combined treatment or changes, we can follow up for 3 months.The efficacy is good and can continue to be treated.Patients with poor efficacy should re -examine the cause of dysmenorrhea, such as secondary dysmenorrhea.

If you exclude drugs, exercise and hot compresses can also be used as a means of baseline intervention to help relieve dysmenorrhea.

Overall evidence supports exercise is useful for treatment of dysmenorrhea.However, the best exercise type, duration, and frequency of alleviating symptoms are not clear.

A Meta analysis incorporated into 11 tests found that the pain strength and length of the former were lower than the latter compared to any control group that did not exercise, but the results were high.

There is also a preliminary study that the increase in progesterone and the decrease in pain medium of exercise may be a mechanism for its efficacy.Because exercise has many health benefits and the risk of damage is low, increasing physical activity is a reasonable way to reduce dysmenorrhea, especially for women who are sedentary.

There are random tests that the lower abdomen heat compress can effectively relieve dysmenorrhea, which is comparable to ibuprofen, and is more effective than acetaminophenol.Most women believe that compared with oral drug treatment, hot compresses are more troublesome but have no side effects.

In the clinical guidelines for our adult female dysmenorrhea treatment, eating durian is more like a way to support sexual treatment, that is, the method of dietary change.

In our guidelines, these materials are limited to some small studies and do not have regular comparative experiments, so the support evidence is weak or limited.If you are interested in this, you can try it, but the safety and effectiveness are not fully studied.

In "Supporting therapy", there are also behavioral consultations, such as hypnosis, relaxation training, acupuncture or finger pressure therapy, spine mass, increase dairy products, take vitamin B1 or ginger powder, etc…… …

Having said so much, finally to summarize it:

1: Does durian be effective in dysmenorrhea? There is no exact clinical basis, which may vary from person to person. If you belong to the primary dysmenorrhea, you want to try a few bites.

After all, even if it is useless for dysmenorrhea, durian is still a nutritious fruit. Of course, if you can’t stand this taste, don’t force yourself.

2: Patients with secondary dysmenorrhea with primary diseases should not be superstitious about various "food" to treat your dysmenorrhea.Food is food. Its main function and function are nutrition, not cure.

Active treatment of primary diseases is the best way to occur patients with secondary dysmenorrhea.Of course, I really like to eat durians. I eat it correctly and treat it correctly.After all, the dysmenorrhea is bitter enough, and it is also a comfort to enjoy food happily.

Overall, durian, want to eat, like to eat, you can eat.But it must be appropriate, because it contains high sugar content and high calorie, and it will really be fat if you eat too much.Moreover, it seems much more expensive than ibuprofen.

If you feel that it can relieve dysmenorrhea, it is a good thing.But if you really need other treatment methods, do not superstitize durian, so as not to delay your condition.

After all, durian, it is just a durian.


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