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Pain during periods

I have started having pain during periods and even before period. During periods i have problem on sitting and have back pain also. It has started just a year ago.
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Dr. Aarti Kulkarni
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Normal ovulatory cycle causes pain. But if it's gathering your day to day routine you should be investigated. Do basic pelvis ultrasound. Consult ayurvedic gynecologist for Panchakarma especially Basti treatment.
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Dr. Mamta Pattnayak
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Hi, pain during periods is mostly normal. If it needs you painkillers to take or hamper your work habit, definately meet gynaecologist. She will assess you and sometimes we do Ultrasound to rule out  any Endomeriosis.
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Dr. Rita Bakshi
Gynecologist 31 yrs exp Delhi
Hello, Have you got an ultrasound done?
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Dr. Disha Sridhar
Obstetrician 13 yrs exp Bangalore
If you  really  want  to  know  the root cause of your problem,  please  read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health  feeds. Hope that helps....
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Dr. Devjani Das (Ganguly)
Gynecologist 16 yrs exp Kolkata
Pain during periods can be due to various reasons. Sometimes they respond to simple pain killers and sometimes they respond to hormonal pills, depending on the cause for the pain. You can try Bruffen or Mefenamic Acid tablets to see if that helps. I think you should first see a gynaecologist for an assessment and a prescription.
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