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Endometriosis And Menstruation - How To Relieve Menstrual Mood Swing
Many gynecological diseases can have a certain impact on menstruation, such as endometriosis. Simply put, endometriosis is a condition in which tissue that normally grows in the lining of the uterine wall grows in other places.
The ectopic endometrium can interfere with the normal function of the reproductive organs, often accompanied by a variety of menstrual disorders, such as prolonged menstrual period, excessive bleeding, bleeding before menstruation, secondary dysmenorrhea, and so on.
If your menstrual volume increases gradually and is accompanied by more and more severe period pain, or you feel severe discomfort and even pain while making out with your lover, you should watch out the endometriosis.

If you find yourself trying to get pregnant in the prime of life but repeatedly failing to get conceived, you may have endometriosis. In this regard, the first thing is tot make clear the diagnosis of the disease. Although some of the typical signs of endometriosis can be found by an experienced gynecologist with a simple pelvic examination or ultrasound scan, the usual diagnosis of endometriosis requires laparoscopy.
Treatment of endometriosis may include oral hormone, regulating drugs or surgery. Due to some side effects of these methods, you may be prone to some natural therapies, such as the herbal medicine Fuyan Pill.
Compared with chemical medicines, this herbal medicine is totally natural since it is made from over 50 herbal ingredients from nature. It leads to no side effects or drug resistance during the treatment, and it helps female patients remove painful symptoms, adjust menstruation, improve body immunity and self-healing capacity.
During the treatment of endometriosis, female patients may experience menstrual mood swing due to the painful symptoms. There are some tips for your reference.
1. Replenish vitamin B6
Studies have shown that taking vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium and so on in moderation during menstruation helps to stabilize mood and reduce irritability. But women should not overdose on these medicines to avoid harm to the body.

2. Eat more whole grains
Women who have irritable menstrual periods should eat foods high in sugar and low in fat, known as carbon, such as whole grains and fruits and vegetables. That's because carbohydrates increase serotonin levels in the brain, which can reduce negative emotions and improve anxiety. Also, females should eat less salty foods, such as fast food and fried foods.
3. Avoid caffeinated food
Drinks such as coffee, tea and chocolate contain caffeine, and the more caffeine a woman consumes, the worse her premenstrual syndrome symptoms are. So they should avoid caffeinated food.
4. Have more rest
Adequate rest can help you release all kinds of negative emotions and let you calm down. And in your break, you can read books or enjoy movies to relax your body and mind, which will contribute to your health recovery.

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