Seperti yang you all tahu, Premium Beautiful mempunyai teknologi Far-Infrared Rays (F.I.R.). Antara fungsi F.I.R. adalah untuk menstabilkan hormon dalam badan kita dan mengurangkan kesakitan pada badan kita. Insya Allah, dengan pemakaian Premium Beautiful, dapat mengurangkan masalah kitaran haid yang tidak teratur dan masalah sakit senggugut.
IRREGULAR PERIOD FLOW (KITARAN HAID TIDAK TERATUR)
Having your period is one of those things you learn to expect will happen to you every single month, for 30 or so years of your life.
“In general, a menstrual cycle is considered normal if it happens every 21 to 35 days,” Michael Cackovic, M.D., an ob/gyn and associate professor of medicine at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, tells SELF. For most women, their period then lasts from four to seven days. Your “normal” will likely be different from your friends’, and that’s perfectly OK. “The thing I always tell patients is that it’s really about your own perspective. If it feels like it’s abnormal and it’s bothering you, then it is,” Cackovic says.
It’s important to recognize what your typical menstrual cycle looks like, not only so you know when to toss some tampons in your bag, but so you can make sure your body’s functioning as it should be.
Period irregularities are very common – “they’re the reason for about one third of all visits to the gynecologist,” Cackovic says – and chances are you’ll experience them at one time or another during your reproductive years. “Irregular” can refer to the schedule, frequency, or duration of your period. It can also be about the amount of bleeding you experience, and/or the amount of pain you feel during that time of the month.
There are a ton of different things that can make your period irregular. Here are some of the most likely.
1. Thyroid disease
If your period becomes more frequent and lighter, it can be a sign of hypothyroidism. Less frequent and heavier is a symptom of hyperthyroidism. Thyroid disease is most common in women, and typically is diagnosed in your 20s or 30s, so developing an irregular cycle during this time in life can be a sign you may have a thyroid problem.
Stress can cause something called anovulation, when your body does not release an egg every month like it’s supposed to. Cackovic says he saw this happening while serving as a physician with the Navy Reserve in Afghanistan. “I didn’t go over there to work as a gynecologist, but I ended up holding a gynecology clinic because there were so many women [in the U.S. military] with menstrual irregularities,” he says. “Some of this was just due to the extreme stress” they were experiencing serving there, he explains. When your body produces way more cortisol than usual, it can interfere with the balance of sex hormones that are responsible for regulating ovulation. Being chronically sleep deprived can also impact hormone regulation and throw off your cycle.
3. Traveling overseas
Crossing time zones can throw your hormones off similarly to the way stress does, Cackovic explains. “Some women are more susceptible than others,” he says. Irregularities can also happen if you travel somewhere with such a large time difference that you accidentally take two birth control pills in one day or skip a day.
4. Polycystic ovary syndrome
Sporadic, unpredictable periods are a hallmark sign of PCOS, a hormonal imbalance that interferes with the body’s ability to ovulate normally. If you begin to skip periods completely, it could be a sign of PCOS or even another hormonal imbalance. PCOS is also the most common cause of infertility in women in the U.S., yet millions have it without knowing. So seeking treatment sooner rather than later is a smart part of family planning.
5. Early menopause or premature ovarian failure
As your ovaries age, ovulation starts to happen earlier in your cycle, Alan B. Copperman, M.D., director of the division of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Mount Sinai Hospital and medical director of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York, tells SELF. After a few months of your period coming earlier each time, you may end up skipping a month.
Typically this happens to women in their 40s as perimenopause begins, but when it happens in your 20s or 30s, it can be a sign your ovaries are declining earlier than usual. “In a woman with no risk factors, if she starts having cycle irregularity, it’s more likely to be PCOS,” Copperman says. But since ovulating less frequently is a sign of ovarian aging and one of the first signs of perimenopause, it’s a possibility you’ll want to rule out.
6. Uterine fibroids and polyps
These growths in the uterus are typically benign, but they can cause your period to be very heavy and painful. They can also cause spotting. While all women of childbearing age are susceptible to developing them, they’re more common in women who are overweight or African American. “Fifty percent of African American women have fibroids,” Cackovic says.
7. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
PID is an infection of the reproductive organs, and is usually caused by STIs like chlamydia and gonorrhea, which can travel up into the body when undetected and untreated. Other gynecologic procedures, pregnancy, or having a miscarriage or abortion can also potentially allow bacteria to reach the reproductive organs. These infections can lead to scarring in the reproductive tract, and ultimately, infertility. Along with a change in vaginal discharge, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, and fever, PID can also make your period irregular. If your cycle is off and you notice any of these other problems, get checked out ASAP.
Women with endometriosis tend to have very heavy periods. Some may also have very painful periods, while others don’t experience pain at all. Since the condition usually develops a few years after a girl’s first period, those suffering from it may just think their periods are normal. In some women, endometriosis tissue may build up or even spread over time, which can amplify symptoms and cause periods to become more painful or heavier than usual. The condition can also cause spotting, according to the Mayo Clinic.
9. Gaining or losing a lot of weight
Significant changes in weight can impact your pituitary gland, in turn creating a hormone imbalance and messing with your body’s ability to ovulate. Getting back to a healthy weight, though, can fix this (granted there isn’t a deeper underlying cause).
10. Extreme exercise
An intense exercise regimen can cause athletic amenorrhea, or an abnormal absence of menstruation. Research suggests that the stress and energy demands intense exercise puts on the body can impact hormones and throw them off balance.
11. Birth control pills
Birth control pills use a combination of estrogen and progestin (some pills are progestin only) to prevent ovulation. Whenever you start a new type of oral contraceptive or go off another, it can make your period irregular for up to a few months as your body adjusts to its new, pill-directed cycle. Also, many birth control pills have very low estrogen content, which can cause irregular bleeding.
“In the 60s, most birth control pills had high estrogen content, which made them more dangerous, but women had much better control of bleeding,” Cackovic explains. “Over the last 40 or 50 years, pills have gone down in estrogen and it’s made them safer, but women are more susceptible to abnormal bleeding.”
12. Other medications
Anticoagulants (blood thinners) like heparin or warfarin can make your period heavier. Some antipsychotics, antidepressants, and the drug methadone can also cause irregular periods. If a new medication seems to be messing with your cycle, talk about it with your prescribing doctor.
PERIOD PAIN / MENSTRUAL CRAMP (SENGGUGUT)
I believe everyone knows about period pain, right? But, not everyone is experiencing period pain, or you may call it as menstrual pain.
Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for the painful cramps that may occur immediately before or during the menstrual period. There are two types of dysmenorrhea: primary dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea.
Primary dysmenorrhea is another name for common menstrual cramps. Cramps usually begin one to two years after a woman starts getting her period. Pain usually is felt in the lower abdomen or back. They can be mild to severe. Common menstrual cramps often start shortly before or at the onset of the period and continue one to three days. They usually become less painful as a woman ages and may stop entirely after the woman has her first baby.
Secondary dysmenorrhea is pain caused by a disorder in the woman’s reproductive organs. These cramps usually begin earlier in the menstrual cycle and last longer than common menstrual cramps.
The symptoms of menstrual cramps include:
- Aching pain in the abdomen (Pain can be severe at times.)
- Feeling of pressure in the abdomen
- Pain in the hips, lower back, and inner thighs
When cramps are severe, symptoms may include:
- Upset stomach, sometimes with vomiting
- Loose stools
Menstrual cramps are caused by contractions in the uterus, which is a muscle. The uterus, the hollow, pear-shaped organ where a baby grows, contracts throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle. If the uterus contracts too strongly, it can press against nearby blood vessels, cutting off the supply of oxygen to the muscle tissue of the uterus. Pain results when part of a muscle briefly loses its supply of oxygen.
To relieve mild menstrual cramps:
- Take aspirin or another pain reliever, such as Tylenol (acetaminophen), Motrin (ibuprofen) or Aleve (naproxen). (Note: For best relief, you must take these medications as soon as bleeding or cramping starts.)
- Place a heating pad or hot water bottle on your lower back or abdomen. Taking a warm bath may also provide some relief.
To relieve menstrual cramps, you should also:
- Rest when needed.
- Avoid foods that contain caffeine and salt.
- Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.
- Massage your lower back and abdomen.
Women who exercise regularly often have less menstrual pain. To help prevent cramps, make exercise a part of your weekly routine.
If these steps do not relieve pain, your health care provider can order medications for you, including:
- Ibuprofen (higher dose than is available over the counter) or other prescription pain relievers
- Oral contraceptives (Women taking birth control pills have less menstrual pain.)
When a woman has a disease in her reproductive organs, cramping can be a problem. This type of cramping is called secondary dysmenorrhea. Conditions that can cause secondary dysmenorrhea include:
- Endometriosis, a condition in which the tissue lining the uterus (the endometrium) is found outside of the uterus
- Pelvic inflammatory disease, an infection caused by bacteria that starts in the uterus and can spread to other reproductive organs
- Stenosis (narrowing) of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus (the hollow, pear-shaped organ where a baby grows), often caused by scarring
- Tumors (also called “fibroids”), or growths on the inner wall of the uterus
If you have severe or unusual menstrual cramps, or cramping that lasts for more than two or three days, contact your health care provider. Menstrual cramps, whatever the cause, can be treated, so it’s important to get checked.
Warning: If you use tampons and develop the following symptoms, get medical attention immediately:
- Fever over 102 F
- Dizziness, fainting or near fainting
- A rash that looks like a sunburn
These are symptoms of a condition called toxic shock syndrome (TSS), which can be life-threatening.
Info taken from: http://www.webmd.com/women/menstrual-cramps
What is endometriosis?
Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of cells (endometrial cells) similar to those that form the inside or lining the tissue of the uterus, but in a location outside of the uterus. Endometrial cells are cells that are shed each month during menstruation. The cells of endometriosis attach themselves to tissue outside the uterus and are called endometriosis implants.
These implants are most commonly found on the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes, outer surfaces of the uterus or intestines, and on the surface lining of the pelvic cavity. They can also be found in the vagina, cervix, and bladder, although less commonly than other locations in the pelvis.
Rarely, endometriosis implants can occur outside the pelvis, on the liver, in old surgery scars, and even in or around the lung or brain. Endometrial implants, while they can cause problems, are benign (not cancerous).
What are endometriosis symptoms?
Most women who have endometriosis, in fact, do not have symptoms. Of those who do experience symptoms, the common symptoms are pain (usually pelvic) and infertility. Pelvic pain usually occurs during or just before menstruation and lessens after menstruation.
Some women experience painful sexual intercourse (dyspareunia) or cramping during intercourse, and or / pain during bowel movements and / or urination. Even pelvic examination by a doctor can be painful. The pain intensity can change from month to month, and vary greatly among women.
Some women experience progressive worsening of symptoms, while others can have resolution of pain without treatment.
Pelvic pain in women with endometriosis depends partly on where the implants of endometriosis are located. Deeper implants and implants in areas with many pain-sensing nerves may be more likely to produce pain. The implants may also produce substances that circulate in the bloodstream and cause pain.
Lastly, pain can result when endometriosis implants form scars. There is no relationship between severity of pain and how widespread the endometriosis is (the “stage” of endometriosis).
Endometriosis can be one of the reasons for infertility for otherwise healthy couples. When laparoscopic examinations are performed for infertility evaluations, endometrial implants can be found in some of these patients, many of whom may not have painful symptoms of endometriosis. The reasons for a decrease in fertility are not completely understood, but might be due to both anatomic and hormonal factors.
The presence of endometriosis may involve masses of tissue or scarring (adhesions) within the pelvis that may distort normal anatomical structures, such as Fallopian tubes, which transport the eggs from the ovaries. Alternatively, endometriosis may affect fertility through the production of hormones and other substances that have a negative effect on ovulation, fertilization of the egg, and/or implantation of the embryo.
Other symptoms that can be related to endometriosis include:
- lower abdominal pain
- diarrhea and/or constipation
- low back pain
- chronic fatigue
- irregular or heavy menstrual bleeding
- blood in the urine
Rare symptoms of endometriosis include chest pain or coughing blood due to endometriosis in the lungs and headache and / or seizures due to endometriosis in the brain.
Endometriosis and cancer risk
Women with endometriosis have an increased risk for development of certain types of cancer of the ovary, known as epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC), according to some research studies. This risk is highest in women with endometriosis and primary infertility (those who have never borne a child), but the use of oral contraceptive pills (OCPs), which are sometimes used in the treatment of endometriosis, appears to significantly reduce this risk.
The reasons for the association between endometriosis and ovarian epithelial cancer are not clearly understood. One theory is that the endometriosis implants themselves undergo transformation to cancer. Another possibility is that the presence of endometriosis may be related to other genetic or environmental factors that also increase a women’s risk of developing ovarian cancer.
Mama dahulu memang selalu mengalami masalah period pain / senggugut. Dari zaman muda remaja, sehinggalah sampai dewasa. On my case, Mama selalu kena attack period pain ini 2-3 hari before period Mama datang, and the pain worsen ketika 1-2 hari period datang. Oh my, selalunya, bila sudah terkena period pain ini, Mama memang tidak dapat bangun. Just hanya mampu baring atas katil. Waktu zaman belajar, kalau terkena hari yang ada kelas, memang ponteng kelas terus. Bila zaman bekerja, Mama kerap juga ambil MC due to this period pain.
And not only that, your emotion becomes unstable due to this period pain. Get ready lah, kalau sudah terkena period pain, memang kerja Mama hendak marah orang sahaja on that day. Pernah sekali Mama tidak dapat control my emotion, and I was at my workplace, ended up, my boss kena marah dengan Mama, sebab I was having my period pain at that time…T____T
Selalunya, untuk mengelakkan sakit period pain yang terlampau teruk, most of the time, Mama akan ambil Panadol Menstrual or any pain killer, untuk mengurangkan rasa sakit period pain ini.
Later that I know, sebenarnya taking any pain killers ini actually tidak bagus untuk badan kita, or I believe, untuk our buah pinggang. Sebab ia salah satu jenis dadah, walaupun ia adalah dadah yang selamat untuk di consume. Cuma, apabila ia di consume dengan selalu dalam jangka masa yang agak lama, it’s not good for our body.
So, when I’ve discovered Premium Beautiful can help in reducing the pain of period pain, I was so happy. Because, I’ve been experiencing the period pain ever since, Allah sahaja yang tahu.
F.I.R. yang ada dalam Premium Beautiful Long Girdle akan membantu melancarkan pengaliran darah di sekitar rahim kita. So, kalau ada cramp di sekitar rahim kita, Insya Allah, boleh membantu mengurangkan rasa sakit tersebut, Cuma, cara ini lebih kepada cara tradisional, compared to taking pills.
Sebelum discover Premium Beautiful ini, one of the ways untuk mengurangkan rasa sakit period pain adalah dengan bertungku atau tuam di sekitar rahim, but not exactly on rahim tersebut. Sebab heat dari bertungku atau bertuam tersebut akan meleraikan any cramps dan seterusnya melancarkan pengaliran darah. So that darah period keluar lebih lancar. And actually, bertungku atau bertuam ini boleh membantu mempercepatkan pengaliran darah period.
So, basically, konsep F.I.R. yang terdapat dalam Premium Beautiful Long Girdle adalah similar to konsep bertungku atau bertuam ini. Cuma, kalau bertungku atau betuam ini, you all kena baring, and spend masa untuk bertungku / bertuam. While, kalau pakai Premium Beautiful Long Girdle, memang boleh menjimatkan masa, kerana just perlu sarungkan sahaja, and sambil itu, you all boleh buat any other activities. Apa-apa pun, terpulang kepada kita.
Ever since Mama pakai Premium Beautiful 5 years ago, I hardly experience any period pains or cramps. Sometimes, Mama akan rasa a bit of discomfort, but never any pains, seperti yang Mama pernah experience dahulu. And most of other days, sedar-sedar Mama sudah pun period. Kalau dulu, mak aih, mesti bagi warning dahulu. Iaitu period pain.
And satu lagi, fungsi F.I.R. ini adalah untuk menstabilkan hormon dalam badan kita. So, kalau ada masalah period tidak teratur disebabkan masalah hormon yang tidak stabil, Insya Allah Premium Beautiful dapat juga membantu.
One of my customers once asked me, whether I wear 1 complete set of Premium Beautiful during my period. Of course you can wear the whole complete set, cuma kena pakai pad. Personally, during having my period, I don’t wear 1 complete set, but I do wear my Premium Beautiful Long Girdle and Premium Beautiful Short Bra, to maintain my shape. It is much easier that way, since the first 2 days of having my period, the period flow is much faster and quite heavy. So, I need to change the pad every 1-2 hours, at least.
Untuk pad, Mama sangat sarankan pakai Bio Seleza Feminine Pad, sebab lebih selamat dan selesa.
This one came from my customer. Asalnya hendak pakai Premium Beautiful sebab sejak dia mula bekerja, badannya mula naik and berat badan pun turut naik. Alhamdulillah, syukur, baru 3 bulan pakai Premium Beautiful, now sudah mula lose weight. Sehinggakan her sister pun turut teruja hendak pakai Premium Beautiful.
Dalam masa yang sama, Alhamdulillah, masalah period tidak teratur pun turut dapat diselesaikan dengan pemakaian Premium Beautiful.
Alhamdulillah. Antara beberapa testimonial daripada usahawan Top Leaders Circle, yang mengakui di mana pemakaian Premium Beautiful sangat membantu untuk mengurangkan sakit senggugut. Memang tidak sanggup lah kan, tiap-tiap bulan terpaksa berguling-guling sebab sakit period pain.
Customer di atas berkongsi dengan Mama, pengalaman beliau pakai Premium Beautiful. Customer ini mempunyai masalah period berpanjangan. Her period datang macam 3 bulan datang, and then stops, then datang selama 3 bulan, and then stops. And ever since pakai premium Beautiful, her period problem somehow berkurangan and now, sudah makin regular. Alhamdulillah…:)
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