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Severe period pain
Thinner fallopian tubes and her ultra sound tests say the opening of the vagina is also smaller in diameter. This gives her severe pain and bleeding for 3-4 days in her 5-6 day period. How to deal with this?
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Dr. Junamoni Borgohain
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Thin fallopian tube and narrow vagina may be a coincidental finding kindly observe the type of pain , if it starts before the periods and stays for about 48 hours and do not affect ur day to day activity then it is something called dysmenorrhoea a common finding and nothing much to worry about , u can also take some antispasmodics SOS after food
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Dr. Kuldeep Wagh
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you can start her on tab. meftal thrice a day during her periods. that would decrease the pain by 70%
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Dr. Devjani Das (Ganguly)
Gynecologist 16 yrs exp Kolkata
Thin Fallopian tube and narrow vaginal opening do not cause period pains. If the uterus is normal on ultrasonography, with no collection of blood in it, then the period pain is very likely to be a symptom, which many ladies experience, to different extents. She can try Mefenamic acid tablets for the pain and Tranexamic acid tablets for the bleeding. Both should be taken only during the first four days of her periods. There are tablets which have a combination of the two, as well. Please see a doctor for a prescription.
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