Is this okay?

Have you been awakened by a sharp jabbing pain down your abdomen so hurting you can barely stand straight or have you felt a sharp pain pierce down your pelvic area while you were walking, so bad that you had to catch your breath for a while and pause your movements. These little pain streaks here and there are most taken for granted by most ladies, we want to say to ourselves, “ I’m okay, it’s just one of those things, it will pass”. 
Sometimes it is the pre-menestural pain, it’s so bad you think it will take your life but after a relief, you diagnose yourself as , “hormones acting up”.
Probably it is just the case of  clots during your monthly cycle, it’s suddenly getting heavier than your average over the  years and then we find another excuse and shove the issue down the drain.
We have to come to point that visiting the hospital is not death sentence. One of the major causes of death is actually the opposite negligence of an issue.
These issues should not be taken likely;
·         A period that is not within the 3-5 days range. If your menstrual flow was always 5days and it begins to exceed, kindly visit the doctor.
·         If during your cycle you experience heavy clots.
·         If you have excessive pain during your cycle.
·         Dramatic weight loss.

One of  the commonest causes of the symptoms above is Fibriod also known as Leiomyomas, it’s in most cases a non cancerous tumour that forms in the Uterus.
Another cause can be due to hormonal changes.
It could also be the effect of steroid related drugs or  medication basically.
Enlarged Uterus
Endometriosis  is an often painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus (endometrial implant). Endometriosis most commonly involves your ovaries, bowel or the tissue lining your pelvis. Rarely, endometrial tissue may spread beyond your pelvic region.

The above points may not be any of the causes of your issue if you have any of these symptoms. It is advised that you see a doctor for diagnosis and advice. Remember it is always better to deal with a problem than run away from it.
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