Discussion Board


Question:

Is it normal to have severe menstrual cramps after having my last child ten years ago, via c section?

Is it normal to have severe menstrual cramps after having my last child ten years ago, via c section?
  • Posted By:
  • 'Shannon Marie Thompson' on
  • 05/19/2015
  • 990
  • 2 Answers

Answered By:

  • Pramod Kerkar, MD, FFARCSI, DA
  • Pramod Kerkar, MD, FFARCSI, DA

Menstrual cramps are caused by contraction of uterus and shredding of endometrial epithelial layer during menstruation. C-Section does not change normal physiology of endothelial mucosal layer or uterine muscle contractions. You should see Ob-Gyn. If you are menstruating and experiencing pain, which was same as prior to C-Section then you should take meds as prescribed by OB-Gyn for menstrual pain. If pain is lot severe compared to prior pain then you should see your Ob-Gyn as soon as possible to rule out certain diseases like uterine fibroid or endometriosis.

Also Read:

Other Answers (1 Answer)


  • Answered by:
  • MicaCruz

This may happen with very less people. But we should know the ideas for such menstruation cramps. Thank you for sharing such useful ideas. Have a look over at cupissima.com for more ideas regarding menstrual cycle. It seems to be the best sharing feature for all about menstruation.

  • is it normal to have severe menstrual cramps after having my last child ten years ago, via c section?

Other Questions Related to Abdominal Pain

Post An Answer

To answer this question you should sign in with any of the following

Popular Video

Symptom Checker

Hair Care

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Weight Loss

Acne Health

Slideshow:  Home Remedies, Exercises, Diet and Nutrition

Find Pain Physician

Subscribe to Free ePainAssist Newsletters

By clicking Submit, I agree to the ePainAssist Terms & Conditions & Privacy Policy and understand that I may opt out of ePainAssist subscriptions at any time.

Save

  Note: Information provided is not a substitute for physician, hospital or any form of medical care. Examination and Investigation is necessary for correct diagnosis.

Copyright © 2017 ePainAssist, All rights reserved.

DMCA.com Protection Status