That depends on how old you are, what medications you've been taking, what your level of physical exercise is, how bad the cramps are, whether or not you have any other "female health problems" and whether you are pregnant or not. If you are having a problem such as this you should be examined by your doctor. Lynn, RN
One out of ten adults is afflicted with acid reflux disease in their lifetime. Medical complications can occur if it isn’t treated soon enough. A common symptom is heartburn and it becomes worse over time. It should not be discounted.
Acid reflux is known as GERD. The esophagus’s lining becomes damaged. This is because stomach acid returns to the esophagus and builds up. Then the esophagus inflames. What results is regurgitation, heartburn, chest pain, or hoarseness.
There are effective ways to treat acid reflux. It can be treated naturally or with medication.
Over-the-counter medication is one way to treat acid reflux. For mild symptoms of acid reflux antacids such as Alka=Seltzer, Pepto Bismol, Pepcid, Rolaids, or Maalox are recommended.
Helping to control acid reflux symptoms are prescription drugs. See your physician to obtain these.
There are nutritional supplements that can eliminate the need for medication. One is the amino acid glutamine which has anti-inflammatory properties. Aloe vera is another natural supplement to use. Herbal licorice is believed to decrease the acid level in the stomach. Taking apple cider vinegar may seem counter-intuitive, but it seems to calm down stomach acid. Baking soda works as an antacid for those with normal blood pressure and for those not on a sodium restricted diet.
Specific foods need to be avoided. Spicy foods, onions, tomato based foods, fried foods, and fatty foods should be shunned. They tend to churn up the stomach acid.
Substituting smaller meals every two hours instead of having three large meals a day can be helpful. Not eating within three hours of bedtime is also a good idea.
Slowing down for meals will be a boon. To assist the stomach to relax it is beneficial to meditate or do deep breathing for a few minutes before meals.
The head of your bed can be raised up half of a foot higher than the end of the bed. This assists stomach acid to keep in the stomach.
Your lifestyle needs to be modified. Losing weight is crucial. It is optimal to treat acid reflux by not drinking alcohol and not smoking. Avoiding caffeinated drinks is also a wise decision.
It simply means you have an irregular period.
Having your period doesn't mean you necessarily have cramps. Some women have periods with no cramps. It does not mean anything abnormal.
It's not uncommon for women to always have cramps associated with their periods.
it couldbe periods starting..
No not necessarily. If you are on birth control it will affect the length of time you have your periods.
That she should go to the doctor and get a pregnancy test.
It means you are pregnant or you have an eating disorder
Yes, most likely. Crampping and discharge are common prior to starting menstruation.
At High School, There are mainly 5 periods, so what do you mean? "whats is the next period"? DOESN'T MAKE SENSE.
Does not mean anything. You are very lucky not to have cramps. They are not fun.
I would see your GP about this as it could mean you are pregnant but it could mean a number of other things.
As in bleeding all the time for 3 months? You need to go and see the doctor. If you mean that you had your periods for 3 months (ie as normal, not lasting for 3 months) and then they didn't arrive on the fourth month, it depends on a few things: . Were those three months your first periods? . Have you had sex? . Is it a combination of both? If they were your first periods and you have NOT had sex, it is not anything to worry about. Periods take about a year (sometimes longer) to regulate If you have had sex, you need to take a pregnancy test If these were not your first three periods, take a pregnancy test if you've had sex and if not, see if you get your next period, and if not, go and see the doctor
Having irregular periods does not mean it is the end of the world, only you have to make a better table and monitor your irregular periods to get the best day to have sex.
You just said it honey, you're "spotting" due to irregular periods. Obviously your body is trying to start it's menstrual cycle but to get more details, you may have to consult with your physician.
it could mean that you are about to start your period or have
A cramp free period means you had no cramps, nothing more.
It's a deciaml number.
if you mean what happens when your period starts you get cramps bloated and you may like to stay in the bathroom alot, but if you mean what it says in the question you wear a pad and try not to move so much you dont wanna be in pain badly
Could be period cramps pms or something
Hello. This could be due to pregnancy, irregular periods, birth control pills or a hormonal imbalance.
whats mean of first impression whats mean of first impression
This is a sign of endometriosis. Do you have any blood in your urine or when you pass something? Does it hurt when you have sex? There are different levels of endometriosis. If you are concerned, talk to a doctor.