Secondary menstrual pain, also called secondary dysmenorrhea, is the main or the most common symptom of adenomyosis, a benign disease which can be explained by the condition where the endometrial glands break through the myometrium of the uterus, and often occurs in women in 30s-40s. Secondary menstrual pain is more likely to accompany with other symptoms such as hypogastralgia, low back pain, heavy menstrual bleeding, extended period, anal pendant expansion and dyspareunia. Secondary menstrual pain, which is much severe than normal menstrual pain, gradually develops after years' normal menses.
According to Dr. Lee, a specialist who devotes herself to the study of female and male reproductive and urinary system diseases like prostatitis, cystitis, mycoplasma, chlamydia and adenomyosis, adenomyosis is the most typical cause of secondary menstrual pain. Clinically, women with adenomyosis often show metryperemia and enlarged uterine cavity, which are the two major causes of secondary menstrual pain. It is also caused by metryperemia and enlarged uterine cavity, from secondary dysmenorrhea usually starts earlier in the menstrual cycle and lasts longer than common menstrual cramps. What's more, adenomyosis shares all the accompanying symptoms mentioned before with secondary menstrual pain.
Then here comes a question that after women showing secondary menstrual pain are diagnose with adenomyosis through transvaginal ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging, what should they do to get rid of such disease?
Well, many women with adenomyosis tend to take painkiller to ease the unbearable pain from secondary menstrual pain for fear that surgical treatment may deprive their ability to have a child. But, those painkillers can only relieve such pain and can't help them realize the eradication of the it. Besides, some painkillers may come with many side effects such as disorder in nervous system, memory deterioration and insomnia. Therefore, painkiller isn't the best choice for patients to break away from it.
So, in order to extricate women suffering from secondary menstrual pain from adenomyosis, Chinese medicine like Fuyan pill which turns out to be free from side effects and is made of pure natural herbs is recommended. Additionally, the pill can also help to restore a healthy uterus.
All in all, if a woman has secondary menstrual pain due to adenomyosis, she'd better receive a proper treatment like taking Fuyan pill, which can treat adenomyosis from root, as early as possible, or she will stick herself in the world of it.