While many people have normalized the severe period pain and cramps, the reality is that period suffering is not normal at all.  Although the pain and menstrual shedding are bearable to some women, for some, the pain excruciates to a limit that restricts the suffering woman from doing physical activities.

Adenomyosis – a condition in which endometrial tissue grows into the muscular wall of the uterus and enlarges its size. During menstruation, excess bleeding results when the uterus lining thickens due to certain conditions. The symptoms of Adenomyosis are the same as that of endometriosis, and this is why suffering women are usually misdiagnosed.

Adenomyosis - Awful Period Problems

The symptoms are usually more visible and unbearable in those who are above 30 and 40, and any heavy bleeding results in iron deficiency. This is the time to take the extreme signs of menstruation seriously and look for ways to overcome it before it starts weakening your internal organs and affecting you in countless ways.

Your doctor will probably refer you for Hysterectomy to combat the acuteness of menstruation pain, but the trauma of going through this surgical removal of the uterus is emotionally unacceptable.

What is Hysterectomy?

After all these years, I have realized that the majority of us want to combat our menstruation suffering naturally without undergoing surgery. When bleeding gets out of control, and you suffer from painful pelvic conditions, this is the sign that you should think about a solution that is beneficial in the long run. 

Hysterectomy - Period Problems

Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of the uterus. It can be done for various reasons, including heavy bleeding, severe pelvic pain, uterine prolapse, and cancer. Taking out the uterus is a major surgery that brings with it some risks and complications, such as infection, bleeding, and damage to surrounding organs. Moreover, the idea of removing the uterus is associated with countless emotions and trauma that cannot be overcome by any means. 

When it comes to managing period pain and heavy bleeding, several treatment options have fewer risks than a hysterectomy and do not require the surgical removal of your uterus.

Am I an eligible candidate for Hysterectomy?

Sometimes, Pelvic pain is not due to uterus complications but may be due to ligaments and muscles in the pelvic region. If this is the case, Hysterectomy won’t save you from pelvic complications. If you have made up your mind to remove your uterus to combat the severe pelvic pain, you must have to find out the underlying causes which are responsible for the pain. If your symptoms are not preventing you from physical activities, a hysterectomy is not the right process for you.

At Steady and Free, we believe that every person has the right to understand the causes of underlying health complications. Once the underlying causes are determined, it becomes easier to combat them naturally.  Since the procedure of Hysterectomy is a serious concern as it stops you from conceiving, you have to be extra careful while making the decision.

It’s important to note that a hysterectomy is a major surgery that can take several weeks to recover fully. During this time, you may experience pain and discomfort and need to take time off work or limit your activities. And obviously, not to miss the fact that you wouldn’t be able to conceive after surgical removal of the uterus. There should not be any way to make yourself incapable of so many things naturally when you can actually treat the trouble the other way. 

What should I do to combat the awful period pain without undergoing surgery?

Combatting PMS Symptoms Naturally

Several non-surgical options for managing period pain include therapy and meditation. I serve countless individuals born with a uterus who encounter severe signs of PMS and seek non-surgical, risk-free solutions.

While Hysterectomy deprives you of the most important part of your reproductive system. UTERUS, there are some alternative ways that can effortlessly end your period of suffering and bring you a pleasant and joyful life. Where medication and consultation have failed countless women in treating their PMS symptoms and menstruation suffering, there is another way around that does not require surgical removal of the uterus. 

Following a holistic approach may significantly reduce your PMS symptoms and menstrual suffering. For those struggling with menstrual imbalance, we help you through self-nurturing processes and menstrual awareness programs that allow you to know more about your bodies. 

My team and I have nurtured a plan to end your menstrual sufferings and bring you a fresh breeze of air where you don’t have to worry about severe menstrual shedding and drastic pain. 

Join the collective and end your menstrual frustration with us, where we bring you a 10 minutes session daily. The course comprises 90 days in which we help you heal holistically, and along with that, we also monitor your progress. 

To begin your journey to end period problems naturally, subscribe to our email list and let us assist you through effective, non-risky, non-surgical, and most importantly, all-natural ways to decrease the PMS symptoms.

About the Author Christine-Marie Quigless

Christine Marie Quigless, developed a pragmatically driven, zero-substance, which = zero-risk, solution, to eradicate pain, PMS, and symptoms of Graduated Period Problems through her proprietary system, Fierce Gentleness™ . The results of her work on herself (She is Case Study 3: endometriosis diagnosis, ovary removal, debilitating cramps, extremely volatile PMS) and her clients prove that the womb is not broken, just out of balance, so we balance it and up-level our lives in the process. Once we leverage the power of our periods, they become our unfair advantage in every facet of our lives--living our way into multi-purpose-driven lives and cultivating resilience in the process starts (literally) within.

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