For the most of women, menstrual period means ultimate suffering, instead of just an ordinary period every month. This kind of pain could cause a massive fury that makes sure every man would understand what is #dysmenorrhea.
According to a statistics from Italian scientists, about 84% of mature female have been through menstrual cramps. Additionally, about 43% of them have the cramps at every period.* Technically, the possibility of winning a lottery might be higher than finding a woman never has any dysmenorrhea.
The reasons of dysmenorrheal are complicated. However, one of the causes might be how your mom or grandma fed you during the infant phase. During a long term research by NIH in the U.S., it indicates women who fed by soy formula as infants might have more severe dysmenorrheal issue.** comparatively, women fed by animal milk related formula or breastfeeding as infants have less painful dysmenorrheal. Statistically, the possibility of severe dysmenorrheal is 50% higher compared soy formula fed women with other women. Specifically, the girls aged 18 to 22 might feel stronger about the difference.
Nevertheless, what mechanism and which compounds inducing this issue remain unknown. It needs more evidence to disclose the truth. Additionally, it is too late to complain what you ate when you were a little baby.
No matter what your mom or grandma fed you as infant, we must understand they fully and wholeheartedly devoted themselves to us. There were no scientists thought about this problem in that time, so they would not know the consequence of this. However, the problem of dysmenorrheal still needs to be tackled. Therefore, a #Soothepatch might help! #Curcumin and #Eucalyptus within new technology of pressure-sensitive percutaneous absorption patch could make your ovary soothed and warm. Let the period be smooth. 3 patches in a pack could let you share your patches with your hardworking mom and grandma. (Wait a second….
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* Grandi, G., Ferrari, Xholli, Cannoletta, Palma, Volpe, & Cagnacci, A. (2012). Prevalence of menstrual pain in young women: what is dysmenorrhea? Journal of Pain Research, 169.
** Upson, K., Adgent, M. A., Wegienka, G., & Baird, D. D. (2018). Soy-based infant formula feeding and menstrual pain in a cohort of women aged 23–35 years. Human Reproduction, 34(1), 148–154.