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Almost every woman can vouch to have experienced menstrual cramps severe enough to need medication. In this article, Dr Anjali Kumar, reputed obstetrician and gynaecologist in Delhi NCR talks about painful periods, its possible causes and preventive measures. 

Did you know the medical term for menstrual cramps is “Dysmenorrhea”? Almost every woman can vouch to have experienced menstrual cramps severe enough to need medication. In reality, periods may be a permanent part of our lives, the severe pain associated with periods, on the other hand, need not be. The lack of awareness added

Menopause is a biological milestone that is common to women between the ages of 45 and 55. Characterised by hormonal changes, menopause marks the end of the fertile phase of a woman’s life.

A woman’s body undergoes countless changes throughout her life. From early adolescence to reproductive years and after, your body experiences a wide spectrum of changes. One such significant biological change – menopause – is part of this cycle of life. According to a study by the NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information), nearly 1.5 million

Your menstrual cycle can undergo significant changes after you have a baby. This article will help you understand what to expect from your first period after pregnancy.

Congratulations on becoming a new mother!  A brand-new era of your life is about to start. Needless to say, with a baby in your life, your routine must have turned upside down. However, the birth of a child does not only affect your routine but also your bodily functions. After delivery, your body tries to

Are you worried about your first period after laparoscopy endometriosis surgery? Here Dr Anjali Kumar, a leading gynaecologist at the CK Birla Hospital, will explore how a woman’s first period after laparoscopy surgery endometriosis treatment is like.

Those who have periods can understand that it is an agonising experience. Every month, women have to deal with aggravating pain, cramps and discomfort. The usual menstrual cycle is already painful enough. Now blend it with additional post-operative recovery and what you have is unexplainable distress. This is especially the case for the first period