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Introduction Ode To My Uterus My uterus you cause me pain every period The pain makes me cry like an idiot Since puberty when I had my first monthly bleeding The cramps you gave me causes my fainting The pain was in my lower abdomen It felt like I was stabbed by a javelin My thighs and back were aching I felt nauseated and start vomiting Every month you prevent me from going to scho Introduction Ode To My Uterus My uterus you cause me pain every period The pain makes me cry like an idiot Since puberty when I had my first monthly bleeding The cramps you gave me causes my fainting The pain was in my lower abdomen It felt like I was stabbed by a javelin My thighs and back were aching I felt nauseated and start vomiting Every month you prevent me from going to school I have to take medical leave because of you Then later working you make me absent from work Because of this menstrual pain I nearly went berserk Then I got married and had my first pregnancy No menses, no monthly pain, it was heavenly After my child birth I did not have any monthly pain My beautiful baby my monthly pain you have contained -An original poem by Kenneth Kee Interesting Tips about the Painful Menses A Healthy Lifestyle 1. Take a well Balanced Diet 2. Lie on your back, supporting your knees with a pillow Hold a heating pad or hot water bottle on your abdomen or lower back Take a warm bath Gently massage your abdomen Do mild exercises like stretching, walking, or biking - exercise may improve blood flow and reduce pelvic pain Getting plenty of rest and avoiding stressful situations as your period approaches Follow a diet rich in complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables but low in salt, sugar, alcohol, and caffeine 3. Keep bones and body strong Bone marrow produces our blood Eat foods rich in calcium like yogurt, cheese, milk, and dark green vegetables. Eat foods rich in Vitamin D, like eggs, fatty fish, cereal, and fortified milk. Eat food rich in Vitamins B and C such as green vegetables and fruits Zinc and other minerals are important to the body 4. Get enough rest and Sleep Avoid stress and tension 5. Exercise and stay active. It is best to do weight-bearing exercise such as walking, jogging, stair climbing, dancing, or lifting weights for 2½ hours a week. One way to do this is to be active 30 minutes a day at least 5 days a week. Begin slowly especially if a person has not been active. 6. Do not drink more than 2 alcohol drinks a day for a man or 1 alcohol drink a day for a woman. Alcohol use also increases the chance of falling and breaking a bone. Alcohol can affect the neurons and brain cells. Too much alcohol with smoking can increase sensitivity to menstrual cramps. 7. Stop or do not begin smoking. It also interferes with blood supply and healing. Cigarettes contain more than forty types of hazardous and possibly cancer causing chemicals which can harm the smokers and those around them. Smoking reduces the blood flow to the uterus and can increase menstrual pain. Chapter 1 Dysmenorrhea What is Dysmenorrhea? Dysmenorrhea is a symptom not an illness. It means pain during menstruation Most women experienced some degree of pain or discomfort at least on the first day of the period when the loss is heaviest.


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Introduction Ode To My Uterus My uterus you cause me pain every period The pain makes me cry like an idiot Since puberty when I had my first monthly bleeding The cramps you gave me causes my fainting The pain was in my lower abdomen It felt like I was stabbed by a javelin My thighs and back were aching I felt nauseated and start vomiting Every month you prevent me from going to scho Introduction Ode To My Uterus My uterus you cause me pain every period The pain makes me cry like an idiot Since puberty when I had my first monthly bleeding The cramps you gave me causes my fainting The pain was in my lower abdomen It felt like I was stabbed by a javelin My thighs and back were aching I felt nauseated and start vomiting Every month you prevent me from going to school I have to take medical leave because of you Then later working you make me absent from work Because of this menstrual pain I nearly went berserk Then I got married and had my first pregnancy No menses, no monthly pain, it was heavenly After my child birth I did not have any monthly pain My beautiful baby my monthly pain you have contained -An original poem by Kenneth Kee Interesting Tips about the Painful Menses A Healthy Lifestyle 1. Take a well Balanced Diet 2. Lie on your back, supporting your knees with a pillow Hold a heating pad or hot water bottle on your abdomen or lower back Take a warm bath Gently massage your abdomen Do mild exercises like stretching, walking, or biking - exercise may improve blood flow and reduce pelvic pain Getting plenty of rest and avoiding stressful situations as your period approaches Follow a diet rich in complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables but low in salt, sugar, alcohol, and caffeine 3. Keep bones and body strong Bone marrow produces our blood Eat foods rich in calcium like yogurt, cheese, milk, and dark green vegetables. Eat foods rich in Vitamin D, like eggs, fatty fish, cereal, and fortified milk. Eat food rich in Vitamins B and C such as green vegetables and fruits Zinc and other minerals are important to the body 4. Get enough rest and Sleep Avoid stress and tension 5. Exercise and stay active. It is best to do weight-bearing exercise such as walking, jogging, stair climbing, dancing, or lifting weights for 2½ hours a week. One way to do this is to be active 30 minutes a day at least 5 days a week. Begin slowly especially if a person has not been active. 6. Do not drink more than 2 alcohol drinks a day for a man or 1 alcohol drink a day for a woman. Alcohol use also increases the chance of falling and breaking a bone. Alcohol can affect the neurons and brain cells. Too much alcohol with smoking can increase sensitivity to menstrual cramps. 7. Stop or do not begin smoking. It also interferes with blood supply and healing. Cigarettes contain more than forty types of hazardous and possibly cancer causing chemicals which can harm the smokers and those around them. Smoking reduces the blood flow to the uterus and can increase menstrual pain. Chapter 1 Dysmenorrhea What is Dysmenorrhea? Dysmenorrhea is a symptom not an illness. It means pain during menstruation Most women experienced some degree of pain or discomfort at least on the first day of the period when the loss is heaviest.

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