About all

Loose stool before period: The request could not be satisfied

Содержание

Why You Get Diarrhea And Gas On Your Period​, According To Doctors

SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARYGetty Images

You’re probably pretty comfortable commiserating with your friends about how much cramps, bloating, and aches and pains suck on your period. But there’s one problem we talk about far less, and that should change: getting diarrhea on your period. Yup, period poops are totally a thing.

In fact, crappy symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation can all be pretty common during that time of the month, says Christine Greves, MD, an ob-gyn at the Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies. Nearly three-quarters of menstruating women say they have GI issues before their period, and another two-thirds get these types of symptoms during their period, per a 2014 study published in BMC Women’s Health. The most common GI complaints, though, are abdominal pain and diarrhea.

So, why must the period fairy bless you with period diarrhea on top of everything else? Read on for the answer, plus how to make period poops and gas a lot more bearable.

Tell me: Why do some people get diarrhea before or during their period?

While more studies are needed to determine *exactly* why, research suggests that hormone-like substances called prostaglandins and the sex hormone progesterone could be to blame, says Dr. Greves.

Here’s what happens: A few days before your period, the lining of your uterus begins to break down and releases prostaglandins, which cue the smooth muscles in your uterus to contract. If you have an excess of prostaglandins, though, your uterus could really start squeezing (the result: painful cramps). If that “contract, now!” message spreads even further, your intestines might start to get movin’, too. When that happens, what’s inside (you know, fecal matter) doesn’t have much of a chance to harden, which might be why you get period diarrhea.

Towards the end of your cycle (a.k.a. the luteal phase, when the lining of your uterus thickens up again), your progesterone levels go up. More progesterone stops all of those contractions and tells your bowels to slow down—which is where period-induced constipation can come in (yay!).

MIGHTY BLISS™ Large Electric Heating Pad

Mighty Bliss
amazon.com

$29.95

Certain conditions can exacerbate the situation, too. Some women who have a retroverted uterus (which isn’t dangerous and requires no intervention), for example, have more bowel issues because the uterus pushes down on the large intestine.

Keep in mind, though: This is a general guide to how your period might mess with your digestive system, but everyone’s different, says Dr. Greves. The key is to pay attention to your own pattern and learn how to cope accordingly.

Are there any ways to control poop problems related to my period?

If you’re dealing with mild GI issues, consider a trip to your local CVS for some over-the-counter solutions and a heating pad for your lower belly.

Depending on your symptoms, you could try anti-diarrheal meds like loperamide (Imodium) or bismuth subsalicylate (Pepto-Bismol) for closer-to-normal poops, or an anti-gas med like simethicone (Gas-X). As long as they don’t mess with your current health status, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) like aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil and Motrin), and naproxen (Aleve) can ease your belly aches and cramps.

If you can manage a light version of your typical workout or even a brisk walk, exercise may help give you a mood boost, reduce your discomfort, or it can even help get your system going if you’re constipated, says Dr. Greves. Switching up your diet before and during your period could also help keep your symptoms in check. When you know your period’s on the way, avoid foods that typically trigger bloating and gas (like beans, broccoli, and dairy), and if you tend to get backed up, eat more fiber-rich foods (like fruits, veggies, and whole grains).

One thing you shouldn’t do: Try to self-treat period diarrhea that’s become totally life-disrupting or lasts way longer than your cycle. If that’s the case, call your doc (more on that ahead!).

Does period diarrhea ever warrant a doctor’s visit?

Yes. When you’re in intense discomfort (like if you can’t show up for work, sit still, or think about much of anything besides your out-of-whack digestive system), it’s time to call a doctor.

If you’ve been having GI symptoms like cramping, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation that get worse during your period, you could have a gastrointestinal condition like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), so you’ll want to ask about visiting a specialist. If your period triggers bloody diarrhea or abdominal pain so bad that you can’t eat, you may have endometriosis, a condition where the cells that line your uterus pop up elsewhere, and you should definitely see an ob-gyn for a checkup.

Otherwise? Give it a few more days and hang in there. Thankfully, you only have to deal with this crap once a month.

Lauren Krouse
Lauren Krouse is a freelance writer who covers health, domestic violence, and self-advocacy.

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io

Why Do I Get Diarrhea During My Period?

Many women find that they experience diarrhea during their period. Though unpleasant and uncomfortable, digestive changes before and during your menstrual cycle are completely normal. Today, we’ll outline more information about what causes this unpleasant but common period problem, and what you can do to help alleviate it.

What Causes Diarrhea During Period Cycles?

Medical experts aren’t sure what exactly causes women to experience diarrhea during their periods, but most suspect it has to do with prostaglandins. Prostaglandins are hormone-like substances that can be found in nearly every organ of the body. They act as signals to control different bodily processes, depending on which part of the body in which they are made. In the case of menstrual cycles, prostaglandins are responsible for triggering the contractions of the uterus as it sheds its lining. They are also, however, involved in regulating the contraction and relaxation of the muscles in the digestive tract. This means that while prostaglandins are released during your menstrual cycle to trigger uterine contractions, they can also trigger contractions in your digestive system. The result is often diarrhea. Prostaglandins can also reduce the intestine’s rate of food absorption, (causing food to pass through your colon faster) or increase electrolyte secretions—both of which can also lead to diarrhea.

How to Help Eliminate Diarrhea During Your Period

Thankfully, it’s possible to treat and alleviate period-related diarrhea, just as you would any other diarrhea. Below are some tips for helping diarrhea during period cycles:

  • Avoid Certain Foods: Caffeine, dairy, spicy foods, artificial sweeteners, or very spicy foods can exacerbate diarrhea. Steer clear of these foods as the time for your period approaches.
  • Fiber and Probiotics: Try upping your fiber intake around the time of your period by eating more healthy grains, chia seeds, or other sources of fiber. It can also be helpful to eat yogurt or take a quality probiotic that will introduce more good bacteria into your gut and help counteract any diarrhea.
  • Birth Control: Taking birth control pills can help regulate your cycle and reduce or eliminate diarrhea during period cycles. If you are interested in birth control for regulating your period or lessening other period-related symptoms, talk to your physician about what options are right for you.
  • Stress Reduction: Stress can worsen menstrual symptoms, including diarrhea. This means that it’s especially important to try and minimize stress in the time leading up to your period. Exercise can be a valuable tool, as it has been proven to not only relieve stress, but also reduce menstrual-related symptoms.

When to See a Doctor

While minor diarrhea during the period is normal, you should contact your doctor if you are experiencing painful bowel movements during your menstrual cycles. Severe digestion issues can be a symptom of digestive issues, or possibly an indication of endometriosis (called rectovaginal endometriosis). See your doctor if you are experiencing irritable bowels, difficulty passing urine, diarrhea, painful bowel movements, bleeding, and constipation.

North Florida Ob-Gyn of Jacksonville Beach

Diarrhea during your period is completely normal and very common. Most women can find relief by implementing a few of the tips we’ve outlined above or trying OTC medications (such as Imodium) to help relieve any discomfort. If you are concerned about diarrhea or are experiencing other menstrual-related symptoms, it is important to consult with your physician to help rule out any underlying issues. At North Florida Ob-Gyn of Jacksonville Beach, we are committed to providing exceptional healthcare through a full range of obstetric and gynecological services in Jacksonville. If you would like to consult with our board-certified ob-gyn specialists, contact us today to make an appointment.

Yes, your poops are different on your period. Here’s why – National

Periods can cause cramping, mood swings and acne, but they can also wreak havoc on your digestive system.

“Period poops,” as they are often called, refer to bowel movements that coincide with the start of your period. They typically differ from your regular poops and are often looser and more frequent, or diarrhea.

According to Dr. Yolanda Kirkham, an obstetrician-gynecologist at Women’s College Hospital and St. Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto, hormones are largely to blame.

“Some of the same hormones that cause cramps and inflammation also lead to some of the bowel changes,” Kirkham explained.

READ MORE: What are fibroids? Here’s what women need to know

During your period, prostaglandins — a group of hormones — cause uterine muscle contractions, or cramps. Kirkham says prostaglandins can also cause contractions in the intestines.

Story continues below advertisement

“When you have excessive bowel cramps, you can also have diarrhea,” she said.

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms can also affect your bathroom schedule, Kirkham said. If you experience higher levels of anxiety around your period, for example, the hormones related to stress can cause bowel movement changes.

Loose poops are only one menstrual-related digestive change; many women experience constipation before they bleed.

What are menstrual cups?

What are menstrual cups? – Jul 18, 2019

Kirkham says there’s an increase in progesterone just before periods begin, which is the hormone that thins the uterine lining.

Trending Stories


  • O’Toole Tories cheer Nova Scotia PC win, Trudeau Liberals look for lessons


  • Ontario reports nearly 500 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deaths

“It also causes some of our other PMS symptoms, like mood symptoms and acne. It can cause some constipation as well,” she said.

How to manage period poops

There are some over-the-counter ways to deal with digestive changes, Kirkham said.

Story continues below advertisement

These include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, such as ibuprofen.

“Even before you see the menstrual blood, if you start to have cramps, you can start taking those medications,” Kirkham said.

READ MORE: A heavy period isn’t always normal — it could be a sign of a bleeding disorder

The doctor also stresses that a balanced, healthy diet rich with fruits and vegetables is key, as is exercise.

“Then there’s also all of the menstrual management medications we use, such as birth control pills, patches and the ring,” she said. “Those both decrease period cramps and period flow… and will also help with the symptoms.”

When to see a doctor

While period poops may be normal, you should seek medical counsel if you experience any changes, including blood in your stool or rectal or anal pain.

These may be symptoms of other issues, such as inflammatory bowel disease, hemorrhoids or endometriosis, said Kirkham.

“If you’ve got more pain, more than just a change in [bowel movement] texture or bleeding, those should definitely be checked out.”

Story continues below advertisement

[email protected]




© 2019 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

Is Diarrhea Really a Sign of Early Pregnancy?

If you’ve just googled “is diarrhea a sign of early pregnancy” and landed on this article, you’re far from alone. All of us experience some degree of diarrhea in life, unfortunately. It’s also relatively common, among people with uteruses, to wonder whether random health symptoms that pop up from time to time might mean you’re pregnant.

Well, we consulted the poop and pregnancy pros to find out if diarrhea is in fact an early pregnancy symptom. Here’s what they said.

What, exactly, is diarrhea?

Diarrhea is basically poop hell. But more technically speaking, it’s defined as loose, watery bowel movements that occur three or more times in a day, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. It usually lasts just a day or two, which is called acute diarrhea. (Diarrhea that lasts longer than a few days may signal a more serious problem, as can diarrhea lasting a few weeks, called chronic diarrhea.)

Ever wonder what’s actually going on in your body to make your butt expel its contents so violently? There are a few different potential mechanisms, depending on the underlying cause (of which there are many, which we’ll get to). But generally speaking, diarrhea occurs when your digestive system fails to remove enough water from the stool as it moves through, Rudolph Bedford, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, California, tells SELF. That commonly happens when stool moves too quickly through the digestive tract, as Merck Manuals explains, or when your stool is diluted by excess water secreted by the intestines.

Here’s how pregnancy affects your poop.

You already know that your hormones fluctuate throughout your menstrual cycle, and you might also know that these hormonal changes can make your poop real weird around the time of your period. That’s largely thanks to a hormone that helps prep your body for pregnancy called progesterone.

Progesterone levels increase after ovulation, anticipating that the egg your ovaries just released will be fertilized, the U.S. National Library of Medicine explains. If you don’t become pregnant, progesterone levels fall back down, and you get your period. If the egg does get fertilized and you do become pregnant, your levels of progesterone will continue to rise, Mary Rosser, M.D., Ph.D., an ob-gyn at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, tells SELF.

How does this early pregnancy progesterone surge affect poop? One of the hormone’s many effects is to relax smooth muscles, like your uterus and intestines. While relaxed intestines might sound like a recipe for the loose, speedy bowel movements that characterize diarrhea, that isn’t what actually happens. In fact, without your GI muscles contracting as hard to move things along, food passage starts to slow down and bowel movements become sluggish, G. Thomas Ruiz, M.D., an ob-gyn at Memorial Care Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, California, tells SELF.

In other words, high levels of progesterone result in constipation, i.e. the exact opposite of diarrhea. That’s why many women experience constipation in early pregnancy. And why “Diarrhea is not a good or reliable sign of early pregnancy,” Dr. Rosser says.

Of course, diarrhea in early pregnancy

can happen.

You certainly can get diarrhea in early pregnancy, whether it’s due to something you ate or a stomach bug, Dr. Rosser says. Diarrhea has a ton of potential causes, including bacteria-contaminated food or water, viruses (like the flu or norovirus), parasites, certain medications (like antibiotics), and food intolerances (like lactose intolerance), according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. (And sometimes, the cause is a mystery, but that’s typically NBD if it goes away after a couple days.) All of those things can mess with your GI functioning, whether you’re pregnant or not.

That’s why Dr. Ruiz compares looking at diarrhea as an early sign (or not) of pregnancy to trying to read tea leaves. Basically, you’re going to see what you want to see. At the end of the day, no single symptom is a foolproof sign that you’re pregnant. So even though it’s tempting to interpret every weird body thing as a sign that you’re expecting, a missed period and positive pregnancy test are really the best indicators that you might be pregnant.

Related:

Diarrhea During Your Period? Here’s the Reason for Menstrual GI Problems

Getting your period can throw your entire day out of whack. Cramps, fatigue, headaches, and spotting are just a few of the annoying symptoms that many people deal with before and during their periods. But one of the lesser-talked-about bodily shifts that many women experience are stool changes like diarrhea and constipation.

Diarrhea during your period isn’t something to worry about, according to certified nurse practitioner Lois McGuire from Mayo Clinic. She told Woman’s Day that many of the women she has treated experience constipation before or during their periods, so the diarrhea can be a relief. For others, however, it can be incredibly inconvenient. And, unfortunately, medical experts aren’t sure exactly what causes it, but they have a few theories.

Stool changes during your period could be the result of progesterone levels and uterus contractions.

According to one theory, changes in stool during your period might have something to do with levels of progesterone, one of the sex hormones involved in menstruation and pregnancy. “In the luteal phase of the period, or second half of your menstrual cycle, which is just before you menstruate, the progesterone levels go up,” McGuire said. “And progesterone, we think, slows down the motility of the GI tract and might have some impact on why people have constipation first, and then frequent stooling or diarrhea as soon as that progesterone drops.” Levels of progesterone dropping is what also causes you to have a period, she said.

Hormones are the most common cause for stool-related issues during your period.

LaylaBirdGetty Images

Second, when your progesterone levels drop, your uterus will contract to help expel its lining (which produces the blood of a period). Prostaglandins, which are “hormonelike substances involved in pain and inflammation,” are what cause those muscles to contract, according to Mayo Clinic. “Prostaglandins can have sort of a laxative effect,” McGuire said, leading experts to believe that they may also contribute to diarrhea during your period.

There are a few different ways to control your stools just before and during your period.

McGuire suggests eating less roughage, which is the part of plant foods that you can’t digest, generally the outside or skin. The skins of fruits, beans, potatoes, whole grains, and whole-grain cereal products are all roughage and contain insoluble fiber, according to WebMD. Whole foods such as brown rice, broccoli, spinach, carrots, cucumbers, lettuce, celery, and zucchini, also contain insoluble fiber and could contribute to diarrhea. Cutting these foods out of your diet entirely might not be a good idea, though, since they are thought to help with weight management, lower some risk factors for heart disease, and are a source of good bacteria for your gut, according to Healthline.

Stock up on fiber-filled foods — like oats, mangos, and apples — to help with diarrhea and constipation during your period.

Ariane Jechow / EyeEmGetty Images

Food with soluble fiber, on the other hand, might help diarrhea by “absorbing water and adding bulk to stools,” dietician Hilary Shaw told WebMD. Foods with soluble fiber include oats, legumes, sweet potatoes, apples, mangos, plums, berries, peaches, kiwi, and figs, according to WebMD. McGuire also suggests using a stool supplement like Citrucel, which also contains fiber that absorbs fluid to help make stools a little bulker.

Additionally, people who struggle with diarrhea during their periods could also consider using a birth control pill with estrogen and progesterone continuously, McGuire said. Using a birth control pill continuously, versus cyclically, would mean skipping the white placebo pills and immediately starting a new pack. Mayo Clinic notes that this approach works best if you’re on a monophasic pill, which has “the same hormone dose in the three weeks of active pills.”

Birth control pills helps prevent progesterone levels from increasing as much, which can help with stool-related issues during your period.

NenovGetty Images

But even just being on the birth control pill might help with diarrhea or changes in stool, McGuire said, because the pill helps prevent progesterone levels from increasing as much. It also stops you from ovulating, and ovulation is what causes progesterone to increase. So McGuire said that even if you took birth control the traditional way, with the placebo pills, “that might be helpful, or you could take it continuously just to avoid periods and avoid the other symptoms that go along with a period too.” She said that people often worry that taking a birth control pill continuously will hurt them in some way, but a number of studies have shown that there are no negative health consequences.

Other hormonal birth control methods, like some forms of IUDs, might also help relieve diarrhea or constipation because they usually help to prevent cramps, but McGuire noted that they don’t stop you from ovulating.

In some cases, you may want to contact your doctor.

McGuire said that diarrhea or constipation during your period usually isn’t something to worry about, but if it’s accompanied by significant pain — worse than cramps — you might want to see a doctor. “If they’re having cyclic pain and the diarrhea, then they may want to be evaluated for endometriosis,” she said. If your pain can’t be controlled with ibuprofen, for example, that might be a sign of endometriosis, according to the Winnie Palmer Hospital. People with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) may also experience an increase in symptoms during their periods, McGuire said, but that usually isn’t cause for concern.

Generally, stool changes during your period are totally normal, and a few lifestyle changes might be all you need to prevent those unpleasant bathroom trips.

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano. io

Column: How women’s periods can affect their bowels

Hormones are the cause of digestive changes or discomfort for many women during their period. Changes in Estrogen and Progesterone before your period starts will cause symptoms such as bloating and constipation.  Other women experience diarrhea before or once their period starts and this is due to increased prostaglandins, a type of lipid that increases inflammation, causing uterine contractions.

A normal cycle is anywhere from 21 to 35 days, with the average being 28 days.  The first fourteen days of your cycle (or until you ovulate) is your follicular phase, and the second half (from ovulation until your period starts) is the luteal phase.

Day one of our periods is the first day where we have a heavy flow (spotting is not counted as day one). After day one, your estrogen slowly starts to increase anywhere from 7-21 days (depending on the length of your cycle), until a hormone called leuteinizing hormone (LH) spikes, making your estrogen to drop and causing ovulation.   At this point in the cycle women may feel one-sided lower abdominal pain that is called ‘mittelschmerz’ and is due to an ovary releasing an egg (ovulation).

After ovulation, our progesterone starts to rise in the luteal phase for 10-16 days, dropping a few days before our period starts.  During our luteal phase, progesterone should be higher than estrogen and if there is an imbalance this can cause PMS symptoms. This drop in progesterone at the end of the luteal phase is what causes our period to happen.  If we become pregnant, our progesterone stays high to keep the uterine lining thick throughout the pregnancy.

What does all of this have to do with hormones?

Progesterone, and also estrogen according to a mouse study1, slows your transit time, meaning your bowels contract less and move a lot more slowly, leading to constipation, gas, and bloating.  High levels of these hormones are also why pregnant women tend to be more constipated.  If your estrogen is too high, this will cause water retention and bloating (and weight gain!).

For women who experience diarrhea, prostaglandins are to blame.  Normal period pain is a bit of cramping in your lower abdomen or back, however if it is interfering with daily activities or strong enough that you need to take painkillers, this is not normal period pain. Prostaglandins increase right before and during our period to help our uterus contract and if they are too high this will cause cramping and pain.  Severe period pain that lasts for many days and causes you to miss out on work or fun activities is usually caused by medical conditions such as endometriosis or adenomyosis. 

Since prostaglandins cause smooth muscle contraction of the uterus, they can also affect the smooth muscle of the intestines around them, increasing contractions and causing diarrhea.  Women whose hormones are imbalanced and have higher estrogen and lower progesterone can also have higher prostaglandins, causing more period pain and loose stools. Women who have IBS often have worse symptoms around this time because of the increased prostaglandins and inflammation.

During your cycle, when might you start to notice these bowel
changes?

Constipation and bloating can start as soon as your progesterone starts to rise, anywhere from day 7 to 35 depending on your cycle. Some women will only notice changes a few days before their period, followed by relief once their period starts.  Most women with constipation will feel relief once their period starts.

For women who get cramping and diarrhea, this usually happens 1-3 days before their period starts or right when the period starts and lasts for a couple of days.

Is it normal to experience digestive issues like these during your period?  Is there any way to find relief?

While it may be typical, in my opinion it is not normal to experience extreme changes in digestion during your period. A slight bit of constipation or having an extra bowel movement or two once your period starts is okay, however if you are experiencing extreme cramping, bloating, diarrhea, and/or having less than one bowel movement per day this is not normal.

The good news it that as a Naturopathic Physician I help women with symptoms like this every day and know there are plenty of ways to find relief. The first step is to start tracking your period so you know how long your cycle is, how long your follicular and luteal phases are, and when you are ovulating.  Once you know this, it makes it easier to figure out which hormones may be out of balance.  There are many tell tale signs of hormone imbalance with PMS, for example, women with too much estrogen often experience breast pain, fluid retention, irritability, and headaches prior to their periods.

There are many herbs and supplements you use to balance hormones.  However, the easiest things you can do at home are the following:

·       Follow a Mediterranean diet (the Mediterranean decreases inflammation, helping with women who get cramps and diarrhea before their period.)

·       Eat 2 tbsp fresh ground flaxseed per day (this helps regulate estrogen and will increase fiber in your diet, keeping your bowels regular. )

·       Increase your probiotics (estrogen needs bacteria to move out of your body, so good gut health is key!)

·       Decrease inflammatory foods such as cow dairy and wheat (and all gluten grains for some people).  I try and have patients follow the 80:20 rule where 80% of the time (eg. throughout the week) you keep these out of your diet and 20% of the time (eg. the weekend) you can enjoy them.

·       Increase cruciferous veggies such as cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussels sprouts (these help balance estrogen).

·       Increase anti-inflammatory herbs in your diet such as turmeric and ginger (these help decrease inflammation caused by prostaglandins).

·       Avoid hormone disrupting chemicals found in plastic containers and non-natural makeup and lotions (such as those that contain parabens)

 

References:

1.      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3823955/

2.      Period Repair Manual by Dr. Lara Briden, ND.

3.      https://gut.bmj.com/content/50/4/471

You Know All the Signs: Your Period is Coming.

What Are the Signs You Are Getting Your Period?

Women usually start noticing physical and mood changes about 1-2 weeks before period bleeding starts. Ninety percent of women have premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms at some point in their reproductive life. Some women have more severe PMS signs and symptoms than others. 

Changing hormones are to blame for many uncomfortable or unpleasant period signs and symptoms like cramps and tender breasts. Brain chemicals are also involved, but it’s unclear to what extent.

Period signs and symptoms usually end about 3-4 days after bleeding begins. 

Common signs that your period is approaching are: 

  1. You’re breaking out.Acne is a common problem at this time of the month. Adult women get acne much more than men do, and it’s all because of hormones. Period-related breakouts are called cyclical acne. Rising hormone levels kickstart oil (called sebum) production, which clogs pores and causes pimples as your period is about to start. Before or during your period, you may notice breakouts on your chin and jawline area. 
  2. Your breasts are sore or heavy.Breast pain linked to periods is called cyclical breast pain. Your breasts may feel tender or swollen right after ovulation until a few days after period bleeding starts. Changes in the hormones estrogen, progesterone, and prolactin, the breastfeeding hormone, may play a role.
  3. You’re tired but you can’t sleep. Fatigue is a vicious cycle for many women at this point in their cycle. Shifting hormones disturb your sleep patterns and make you feel tired. Changes in estrogen and progesterone may also increase core body temperature, especially when sleeping. You’re more likely to get good sleep when your core body temperature decreases.  
  4. You have cramps. Cramps in your lower belly are the most frequent menstrual complaint. Cramps that occur before or during your period are called primary dysmenorrhea. Unlike many other symptoms, which begin 1-2 weeks before your period and end when bleeding starts, cramps usually show up right before your period and last for 2-3 days.
  5. You’re constipated or have diarrhea. When your period is coming, digestive symptoms tend to fall to the extremes. Some women get constipated. Others have diarrhea.
  6. You’re bloated and gassy. Water retention is another major complaint. It’s also hormonal, but you can curb premenstrual bloat by cutting out salt, eating more fruits and vegetables, and exercising regularly.
  7. You have a headache. Changes in estrogen levels are to blame if you get headaches before your period. If you’re prone to migraines, you’ll probably find that you get them before your period.
  8. You’re having mood swings. The shift in hormones that cause physical period signs can also affect your emotions. You may have crying spells or feel angry and irritable. 
  9. You’re anxious and depressed. Depression and anxiety are commonly linked to PMS. About half the women who seek help for period signs have some type of depression or anxiety disorder. A history of either condition could make your premenstrual symptoms worse. 
  10. Your lower back hurts. Period cramps don’t just affect the belly. Changes in natural chemicals called prostaglandins that line the uterus cause contractions that you could also feel in your back or thighs. 

90,000 Diarrhea (diarrhea) during menstruation: before menstruation, during, on the first day after menstruation. Why does diarrhea occur during menstruation

Why diarrhea with menstruation is a question that interests a large number of girls. Diarrhea is often the first symptom of an approaching period. On such days, diarrhea does not require treatment, it goes away on its own in the same way as it occurs. This is what constitutes the main problem, since getting rid of diarrhea during menstruation with a medication is sometimes very difficult.

In some women, diarrhea appears only on the first day of menstruation, and in some throughout the entire period of menstruation. There can be many reasons for this manifestation, therefore, many women are interested in why diarrhea appears during menstruation, and whether this is normal.

Causes of diarrhea during menstruation

An intestinal disorder is always associated with loose stools. In this case, loose stools become the result of infections and inflammation in the body.Diarrhea during menstruation differs in that it is not accompanied by a high temperature. However, other characteristics may be present such as:

  • discomfort in the abdomen;
  • headache;
  • nausea.

Diarrhea during menstruation appears due to contractions of the walls of the uterus. Such movements spread to nearby organs, including the intestines. Under the influence of this activity, diarrhea begins. In this case, diarrhea is combined with soreness in the lower abdomen.Also diarrhea during menstruation can be caused by other factors:

  1. Diarrhea before menstruation can occur due to an increase in the level of the hormone prostaglandin, which can affect all organs and systems in the body. The peculiarity of this enzyme is that it acts in a relaxing way on the muscle tissue of the intestine.
  2. Diarrhea during menstruation can also appear under the influence of a change in hormonal levels. The body of a woman during menstruation strives to cleanse, and therefore the intestines begin to excrete all harmful and toxic substances.
  3. Sometimes the reason why diarrhea occurs during menstruation is diseases of the digestive system. During menstruation, a woman’s body becomes more susceptible to external influences, and therefore diseases are exacerbated, which becomes the cause of the development of diarrhea.
  4. Diarrhea during menstruation is sometimes the result of increased blood flow to the organs of the genitourinary system and the abdominal cavity. With increased stress, the intestine reacts with disorder.
  5. On the first day of menstruation, diarrhea may appear along with severe pain in the lower abdomen and bleeding.The reason for such manifestations is the bend of the uterus. The problem goes away on its own after childbirth, as the woman’s hips expand and the uterus acquires a normal position.

The most common and main cause of diarrhea during menstruation is hormonal disruptions and disorders. In this case, it will not be possible to get rid of diarrhea. Efforts can only be directed at reducing symptoms and their intensity.

Loose stools during menstruation is the norm

As a rule, diarrhea before menstruation in women manifests itself at different times.In some, the disorder is observed with the arrival of menstruation, on the very first day, in others, diarrhea is observed a week before menstruation. It is at this time that the stool begins to gradually liquefy. Further, the symptoms are especially pronounced in the last two days before the onset of menstruation. Basically, at this time, loose stools are observed in the morning, accompanied by severe pain. You need to pay attention to the frequency of the urge to defecate. It is considered normal when you want to go to the toilet for the most part no more than three times a day.Otherwise, you need to see a doctor, since diarrhea is most likely caused by a disease in the digestive tract.

In most cases, the cause of diarrhea during critical days is the usual premenstrual syndrome. Therefore, at the end of menstruation, upset bowel syndrome will go away by itself.

Infection or premenstrual syndrome?

An upset stomach may result from an infection entering the body. In this case, the signs of intestinal or gastric upset are very similar to those of premenstrual syndrome.The only difference is that the signs of an infectious disease appear somewhat stronger. In general, the disorder manifests itself as follows:

  • loose stools, which appear quite often;
  • severe headache;
  • general weakness in the body;
  • high body temperature;
  • nausea;
  • painful sensations in the abdominal cavity;
  • vomiting.

Loose stools during menstruation, combined with the listed symptoms, can only be observed with an extremely severe course of menstruation.In other cases, you should worry, since such signs should be attributed to manifestations of diseases. In this case, the infection must be detected as soon as possible so that it does not cause an even more severe disorder and the spread of the infection.
You should also be concerned if diarrhea continues after your period. In this case, the color and smell of feces are of great importance. Alarming are streaks of blood, green and black inclusions, and a strong unpleasant odor. If these signs are accompanied by severe abdominal pain, diarrhea is likely due to an exacerbation of the disease.

Preventive measures

In order to relieve the symptoms of diarrhea during menstruation, a woman needs to follow some preventive measures. In the second half of the menstrual cycle, you should switch to a special dietary food. The following foods must be present in the diet:

  • meat broths, preferably strong;
  • 90,013 cottage cheese;

  • strong black tea;
  • buckwheat, oatmeal;
  • 90,013 potatoes;

  • rusks;
  • white bread.

These products have a strong firming effect. The feces become harder. However, you should be careful about your diet and not overload the intestines with too heavy food, otherwise constipation and intestinal obstruction may occur.

The diet also includes the temporary exclusion of certain foods from the diet. In the period before menstruation, the following products should be abandoned:

  • cabbage;
  • 90,013 beets;

  • cucumbers;
  • legumes;
  • alcohol;
  • coffee;
  • milk products;
  • juices;
  • images

Important! It is not recommended to take medications to eliminate diarrhea in premenstrual syndrome, as they can harm the body. It is better to use folk recipes to relieve symptoms. For example, a decoction of chamomile, oak bark or St. John’s wort can help well.

Alternatively, you can swallow a few black peppercorns. To relieve pain caused by a spasm in the intestines, you can use a herbal preparation No-shpa.

Diarrhea during the delay of menstruation

Delayed menstruation and diarrhea often go hand in hand. It should be noted that the combination of these symptoms does not appear just like that. Diarrhea and delayed menstruation occur due to the fact that the hormonal background in a woman’s body is seriously changing. All systems and organs begin to prepare for pregnancy, and therefore the ratios of hormones begin to change. The increase in progesterone in the blood has a relaxing effect on the intestines and other organs of the digestive tract.

In addition, in addition to loose stools, other symptoms appear, such as headache, breast enlargement, apathy, increased body fatigue, drowsiness and decreased performance. Diarrhea during pregnancy can last for a couple of months.

Know! Diarrhea with delayed menstruation is a sure sign of pregnancy.

In the future, the feces will become harder, even constipation is observed in the last months of pregnancy.Sometimes diarrhea appears before the delay in menstruation, in this case it is too early to talk about pregnancy. You should wait 2-3 days, if the critical days do not come on time, you need to buy a pregnancy test. Often, with diarrhea and delay, a woman’s lower back pulls, which is also a sign of pregnancy. In the first weeks, the egg is fixed, and therefore painful sensations arise.

Diarrhea during ovulation

The occurrence of diarrhea during ovulation does not indicate a direct relationship between these phenomena.However, diarrhea can occur during ovulation as a result of irritable bowel syndrome.

This syndrome occurs due to a decrease in the distance between the egg and the intestine. As a result of the increased load on the intestines and abdominal cavity, irritation in these organs increases.

Ovulation can also cause an increased contraction of the intestinal walls, which in turn causes a thinning of the stool. Getting rid of diarrhea that occurs during ovulation or during premenstrual syndrome with drugs will not work.

The only thing that can be done in this case is to adjust the power supply. Some folk methods can also help. However, you should be especially careful about the symptoms of the disorder. If diarrhea continues after ovulation, especially with a rise in temperature, you should see your doctor.

90,000 Diarrhea during menstruation

Menstruation causes many changes in a woman’s body, and is often accompanied by common phenomena: acne, headache, increased oily skin.A third of women experience indigestion before menstruation. Consider the reasons why diarrhea begins before menstruation.

Causes of disorder

Usually, loose stools symbolize a violation of the intestinal microflora, infection or problems with the digestive tract. But diarrhea during menstruation coincides with these diseases only in 5% of cases. Most often, the disorder occurs for the following reasons:

  • Increase in progesterone concentration;
  • Relaxation of the vaginal muscles;
  • Irritable bowel syndrome.

Perceiving diarrhea during menstruation as a symptom of a dangerous disease is only if the disorder lasts longer than three days. Diarrhea often goes away within the first two days of your period.

Clinically, this is considered a completely normal phenomenon, contributing to the cleansing of the body and intestines, in particular. If diarrhea lasts more than three days, it is better to go to the hospital – perhaps the appearance of diarrhea just coincided with the onset of menstruation, and speaks of the development of pathology.

Hormonal changes

The menstrual cycle is characterized by frequent changes in the level of hormones in the blood. The well-being and mood of a woman, the onset of ovulation and the onset of menstruation depend on these changes. In the second half of the menstrual cycle, a large amount of progesterone is produced. It is produced by the adrenal glands and the corpus luteum.

Progesterone provides full preparation of the body for fertilization and future childbearing, supports the mother’s body during pregnancy.The action of this hormone in the second half of the menstrual cycle leads to the body’s need for cleansing – which is why diarrhea overtakes a large number of women of childbearing age during menstruation.

This phenomenon is quite normal and speaks of the balance of the hormonal system, the readiness of the body for pregnancy. In addition, during menstruation, women often change their taste preferences. Some feel satiety, others hunger and desire for sweets – the reasons for diarrhea can be hidden in this.

Causes not related to the gastrointestinal tract

Despite the fact that the following reasons are hidden for a long time and are not detected as pathology, they also need to be considered:

  • Pain in the first days of menstruation can be so strong that it leads to loss of consciousness. In this case, muscle contractions contribute to contractions of the intestinal walls – which is why diarrhea during menstruation can be accompanied by pain.
  • Diarrhea in the first days of menstruation, in combination with severe pain in the lower abdomen, may indicate an abnormal structure of the uterus and its bend.Any atypical form of the uterus will cause a similar reaction. The abnormal structure of the uterus is not treated, it often goes away after the first natural birth.
  • Blood circulation in the pelvic organs increases during menstruation, which can also cause diarrhea.

Severe pains (up to loss of consciousness) are not normal; in order to prevent gynecological diseases, it is necessary to investigate the causes of pain and get rid of them as soon as possible.

How to treat

Diarrhea during menstruation does not require serious solutions, if it has arisen only due to the special physiological processes of the female body.If diarrhea is not caused by gastrointestinal diseases or food poisoning, No-shpa is enough – Drotaverin is also an analogue.

In addition, the following rules will help get rid of the unpleasant phenomenon, which must be adhered to during menstruation:

  • Try not to eat exotic, unusual food during your period – postpone the experiment for a more relaxed period of the cycle;
  • If possible, give up fatty and fried foods, as well as foods that can cause diarrhea during menstruation – apples, pickles, fatty dairy products;
  • It is better to eat in small portions, but more often – this rule works not only during menstruation, but allows you to reduce the load on the digestive tract in a difficult period for the body;
  • Since diarrhea significantly dehydrates the body, you need to consume more fluids – this can be not only water, but also teas, compotes, juices.

Observing these simple rules, you can not only get rid of diarrhea as quickly as possible, but also lose a few extra pounds during the period of active cleansing of the body, improve well-being and health.

What to eat

Some products help to reduce discomfort during the first days of menstruation and diarrhea. Such products are designed not to overload the gastrointestinal tract, to be light and nutritious at the same time.

During diarrhea during menstruation, it is recommended to use:

  • Lean meat broth;
  • Strong black tea;
  • Rice;
  • Oatmeal;
  • Low fat cottage cheese;
  • Buckwheat;
  • White bread crumbs.

A few days before menstruation, it is better to avoid dried fruits, vegetable juices, apples, pickles, kefir – products that provoke fermentation processes in the intestines.

Delayed diarrhea

The causes of diarrhea during menstruation and the disorder occurring instead of them are completely different. If in the first case it is only about preparing for conception, then it is likely that conception has already occurred and the body is preparing for full bearing of the fetus.

Diarrhea may be accompanied by other symptoms:

  • Vomiting;
  • Increased body temperature;
  • Frequent urination;
  • Malaise;
  • Dizziness.

All these symptoms can only be confirmed by a pregnancy test. If the delay is accompanied by the listed phenomena, the likelihood of pregnancy is very high. This is a typical picture of the body’s preparation for the normal bearing of a child, self-cleaning for comfortable development.

Diarrhea can last for up to two weeks, and you must drink plenty of fluids. In this case, there should not be any pain. You can also relieve spasm with Drotaverin or No-shpa, otherwise you need to consult a doctor who will give individual recommendations depending on the duration and course of pregnancy.

Diarrhea and vomiting during menstruation

Some women experience this sad combination every menstruation, therefore vomiting with diarrhea is a familiar phenomenon for them and does not signify anything dangerous.

If one thing was previously observed, and now vomiting and diarrhea appeared with the onset of menstruation together, you need to immediately seek help, because these symptoms can indicate food poisoning and intestinal infection. This combination is especially dangerous if it does not stop within 24 hours. It is advisable not to use any drugs, since they can interfere with the correct diagnosis and aggravate the condition, even if they helped before.

Irritable bowel | Clinic “Medline” in Kemerovo

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a fairly common disease in which, despite the absence of any painful changes in the internal organs, people experience bouts of severe abdominal pain accompanied by diarrhea, bloating or constipation.

For reference

According to experts, irritable bowel syndrome affects 10 to 15% or more of all adults (mostly young and mature people). Women suffer from IBS more often than men and are prone to developing more severe forms of the disease. Irritable bowel syndrome does not belong to the group of dangerous diseases, however, without adequate treatment, this disorder significantly reduces a person’s quality of life.

Causes of

Irritable bowel syndrome belongs to the group of functional disorders.

That is, this condition occurs in people in whom even the most thorough examination cannot detect any painful changes either in the stomach, or in the intestines, or in other internal organs that could explain the observed symptoms. The exact causes of irritable bowel syndrome are currently not known, and numerous clinical studies show that most likely the development of this disease is based on a violation of a complex program of intestinal regulation under the influence of the following factors:

  • stress, chronic overwork
  • hereditary predisposition
  • consumption of certain foodstuffs
  • changes in the composition of intestinal microflora

IBS and stress

The relationship between stress and the development of irritable bowel syndrome has been proven by numerous observations that have shown a significant increase in the frequency and severity of the disease in people prone to strong emotional experiences (loss of relatives or friends, unfavorable family environment) or chronic overwork at work.

SRK and food

Many people with irritable bowel syndrome report increased abdominal pain or increased diarrhea after eating milk, eggs, cereals (especially wheat), nuts, soy products, and red meat (beef, pork).

note

If you notice that the symptoms of the disease intensify after eating the above products, as well as milk or cereals (any flour products), be sure to go through a doctor’s examination!

Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms and signs

The main symptom of irritable bowel syndrome is sudden and recurring bouts of abdominal pain or discomfort.

Many people with IBS experience cutting, twisting, cramping pains similar to those of food poisoning or diarrhea (or a feeling of urgency to defecate). After a bowel movement, abdominal pain either completely disappears or becomes much weaker. Some people with IBS develop diarrhea at the same time as an attack of abdominal pain, while others, on the contrary, have constipation. Attacks of abdominal pain with constipation (or diarrhea) may occur several times a week or more often (up to several times a day).The total duration of one period of illness can be several months or years.

Despite the fact that the symptoms of IBS are a significant inconvenience, less than 1/3 of patients go to the doctor, considering the symptoms of the disease to be a manifestation of food poisoning, indigestion, a personal feature of the work of their digestive tract, or a sign of diseases of other internal organs. In people with IBS, symptoms of functional dyspepsia may often be present: abdominal pain or discomfort, bloating, frequent belching, which are often perceived as symptoms of gastritis or stomach ulcers.

When should you see a doctor?

The symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome can be completely indistinguishable from the signs of some dangerous diseases of the intestine and other internal organs (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, bowel cancer, intestinal infections), which require urgent medical attention and special treatment.

Contact the Medline clinic if:

  • diarrhea contains blood impurities or if you notice bloody discharge from the anus
  • The last blood test showed that you have anemia (low hemoglobin)
  • you began to lose weight for an unknown reason
  • bouts of diarrhea and abdominal pain wake you up at night and make you get out of bed
  • Simultaneously with abdominal pain and diarrhea, an increase in body temperature is observed
  • Over time, diarrhea or constipation gets worse and does not respond to usual treatment
  • someone in your family has or has celiac disease, bowel cancer, ovarian cancer, Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis
  • diarrhea (more frequent and loose stools) comes on suddenly and lasts more than 6 weeks in a person over 60 years old
  • 90,019 90,000 Diarrhea before menstruation: causes, treatment and prevention

    Most women are aware of the signs of PMS, and the most common of these are mood swings, irritability, pain in the mammary glands and lower abdomen.

    The digestive system reacts to the approach of menstruation with bloating and defecation disorder. Why does diarrhea occur before menstruation, is it normal, what to do if going to the toilet becomes too frequent on the eve of critical days?

    These questions are relevant for anyone who has gone through the menarche stage.

    Diarrhea before menses: physiological causes

    In different phases of the cycle, the hormonal system of the female body loses its stability.For example, in the first half of the MC, the amount of estrogen predominates, and in the second, progesterone predominates. Gastrointestinal symptoms preceding menstrual bleeding are due to hormonal fluctuations. An imbalance in hormones affects the work of all organs and systems, and the digestive tract responds to changes with intestinal upset and flatulence.

    If we consider diarrhea before menstruation as a sign of PMS, the reasons for it will be physiological. As experts say, these are the individual characteristics of the organism.Why diarrhea opens:

    • Hormonal imbalance.
    • IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
    • Unstable uterine tone.
    • Wrong reflexes of the digestive system.
    • Progesterone levels are too high on the eve of menstruation.

    After the egg has left the follicle, the reproductive system begins to prepare for pregnancy. In this case, the muscles of the vagina relax, and the tubal and uterine muscles increase their tone.Intestinal peristalsis increases due to the close proximity to the uterus.

    Before menstruation, fluids are not completely absorbed by the intestines, digestive processes are disturbed. In anticipation of the next bleeding, the woman is worried about bloating, colic, diarrhea. Diarrhea also opens for the reason that appetite usually increases before menstruation. The body does not have time to properly process excess food, so trips to the toilet become more frequent.

    Irritable bowel syndrome, even if there was no such history, manifests itself in healthy women in terms of gastroenterology just before the onset of menstruation.The cause of IBS in this case is a reflex digestive disorder, which is associated with several factors:

    1. Hormonal.
    2. Food (change of eating habits).
    3. Reflex.

    In addition to diarrhea, IBS is also manifested by other unpleasant symptoms – soreness and a feeling of heaviness in the abdomen, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, and frequent urination.

    With successful fertilization of the egg, the concentration of progesterone remains at a high level, i.e.because the hormone helps to preserve the incipient life. Thus, loose stools before menstruation can be a sign of pregnancy, but physiological bleeding never begins. A defecation disorder worries the expectant mother for up to 10 days.

    Pathological causes of premenstrual diarrhea

    If there is a delay in menstruation for several days, while the pregnancy test is negative and intense diarrhea worries, a complex of symptoms indicates poisoning or exacerbation of a chronic disease.

    The causes of pathological diarrhea on the eve of menstruation will be as follows:

    • Poisoning by poor quality food, drug or chemical intoxication. Diarrhea is accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
    • Exacerbation of pancreatitis. In the chronic course of the disease, the patient is worried about symptoms of intoxication and girdle pain.
    • Attacks of gastritis. Loose stools are accompanied by severe stomach pains.
    • Disorder of the nervous system. Diarrhea is of psychogenic origin.
    • Sudden manifestation of gastrointestinal tract pathologies – enteritis, gastritis, appendicitis, pancreatitis, intestinal flu, acute intestinal infection (OCI).
    • Enzyme deficiency.
    • Violation of intestinal patency.
    • Pathology in the genitourinary region of the body.

    With similar symptoms, you should contact a gastroenterologist, infectious disease specialist or therapist. Self-medication is unacceptable. You should immediately visit the clinic or call a doctor at home if additional symptoms are observed:

    1. Frequent vomiting.
    2. Blood pressure surges.
    3. Drawing pains in the lower abdomen.
    4. Swelling of the face and / or limbs.
    5. Significant deterioration in general health.
    6. Unpleasant odor and frothy consistency of faeces.
    7. Dehydration (manifested by dry mouth, increased need to drink, dizziness, weakness).

    In adolescent girls, diarrhea before menstruation during menarche can be both a physiological phenomenon and a sign of gastroenteritis.During hormonal changes, mothers should pay attention to the well-being of their daughters on critical days and consult a doctor if the first menstruation is unusual.

    Diarrhea before menstruation: treatment and prevention

    Intestinal infections and diseases of the digestive tract are treated in stationary conditions, since prolonged diarrhea removes moisture from the body, which is fraught with dehydration. In order to prevent the development of this dangerous condition in a timely manner, the patient must be under medical supervision.

    If the episode of diarrhea was one-off, treatment can be dispensed with. It is undesirable to take drugs, otherwise, instead of a bonding effect, they will provoke an increase in the frequency of liquid bowel movements. To restore the functions of the gastrointestinal tract, if diarrhea worries before menstruation, a diet will help a woman:

    • Cheese.
    • Slimy cereals (rice produces a lot of gluten).
    • Kissel.
    • Pears.
    • Bananas.
    • Persimmon.
    • Coarse flour baked goods.
    • Drink plenty of fluids.

    Dairy products, carbonated drinks, everything fatty, smoked, spicy and fried are excluded from the diet. Refuse products that provoke flatulence – these are legumes, mushrooms, radishes, cabbage, onions. They are often eaten in small portions. To relieve severe abdominal pain, take No-shpa.

    The diet improves bowel function in 1 – 2 days. Light food can make you feel better and can help you lose a few pounds.

    To maintain the health of the intestines, it is useful to eat baked pears, drink pear decoctions, berry fruit drinks, compotes, alkaline mineral water.Anti-diarrhea medications are taken in consultation with your doctor. For the situation under consideration, Activated carbon, Mezim, Pancreatin, Creon are suitable. From folk remedies, decoctions of chamomile, St. John’s wort, oak bark, yarrow are used.

    Prevention of diarrhea before menstruation is simple. It is recommended to eat in small portions so as not to overload the stomach, and to increase the drinking regime. Foods that contribute to gas formation are best removed from the diet. Physical and mental stress should be reduced.

    Videos:

    P.S. Knowing whether there can be diarrhea before menstruation and knowing how to stop this unpleasant symptom, you will be able to control the situation and take timely measures if the stool has lost its normal consistency on the eve of critical days.

    In most cases, diarrhea goes away on its own and does not pose a health hazard. If you suspect food poisoning, we recommend that you consult a doctor and get tested to clarify the diagnosis.

    90,000 Diarrhea before menstruation: causes and treatments

    The author of the article: Tironova Inna Igorevna

    Gastroenterologist, therapist

    15 years experience

    Professional skills: Colon hydrotherapy, treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract

    Headaches, swelling of the legs, soreness in the chest – all this can be felt by women in the premenstrual period.And some girls even have diarrhea before menstruation, which is also considered one of the signs of PMS. An intestinal upset adds even more unpleasant sensations, making the critical days especially uncomfortable.

    Provoking factors

    Stool thinning and increased urge to defecate appear several days before menstruation. The malaise can be accompanied by pulling pains in the lower abdomen and back, sharp colic in the side, a feeling of bloating.Not all women know why diarrhea begins before menstruation and how indigestion can threaten. Therefore, it is advisable to clarify the cause of the appearance of intestinal malaise and determine in advance the treatment.

    Diarrhea before menstruation may not be for everyone. Moreover, loose stools during PMS appear quite rarely in the presence of concomitant factors.

    Experts identify several reasons for the development of diarrhea in the premenstrual period:

    • Hormonal fluctuations .The hormone progesterone helps to relax the smooth muscles of the uterus. Since the intestinal walls also consist of smooth muscles, the tone of the intestinal tract is disturbed, and stool loosening occurs.
    • Violation of power supply . In the premenstrual period, women often want something unusual: chocolate in large quantities, pickled cucumbers, herring with cake or watermelon. Due to unusual food, the stomach swells, colic appears in the side, diarrhea. Digestive problems also occur due to overeating, which leads to intestinal upset.
    • Swelling . Most often, with PMS, the legs swell, such changes occur in women suffering from obesity or kidney disease. Due to the retention of sodium in the tissues, the digestive process is also disrupted, and diarrhea occurs.
    • Emotional state . A slight change in the emotional background almost always accompanies critical days. If during this period a woman is more nervous than usual, is exposed to stressful situations, the likelihood of diarrhea increases.
    • Features of physiology . In the first days of menstruation and just before the onset of menstruation, blood flows strongly to the genitals. This increases the blood supply not only to the uterus and ovaries, but also to nearby organs. This leads to the fact that the activity of the intestines increases, stools become more frequent.

    It should be borne in mind that diarrhea can be provoked by intestinal infection or other pathologies. The development of the disease is indicated by the excessively liquid consistency of the stool, the presence of blood, mucus in the feces.If the condition worsens, it is best to see a doctor as soon as possible.

    Diarrhea against the background of delayed menstruation

    Diarrhea is not only possible just before menstruation. Digestive upset is also noted with a delay in menstruation. At the same time, feces have a mushy consistency, the urge to defecate appears three to six times a day.

    The causes of diarrhea along with a delay in menstruation can be as follows:

    • Inflammatory processes in the genitourinary system.
    • Fungal diseases of the genital organs, thrush.
    • Hormone production disorder.
    • Contraceptive overdose.
    • Kidney disease.
    • Intestinal infections.

    May be the reason for the delay of critical days and the appearance of diarrhea and infectious diseases during this period. An increase in body temperature, pain in the lower abdomen, discomfort when urinating indicate damage to the pelvic organs.

    If a girl does not know for sure whether her diarrhea can be a sign of upcoming menstruation, then it is permissible to assume that the liquefaction of the stool is provoked by pregnancy.In this case, other symptoms may appear:

    • Breast enlargement.
    • Increased appetite.
    • Morning sickness, vomiting.
    • Frequent urination.
    • Sleepiness.
    • Intolerance to odors.

    That is, in fact, a digestive upset during pregnancy can be similar to the same condition that a woman experiences with PMS. If your period persists for a long period of time, more than a week, it is better to take a pregnancy test or visit a gynecologist.

    If the menstrual cycle is violated, the production of progesterone decreases, but the risk of edema remains. To the physiological state in anticipation of critical days, nervous tension, feelings that the absence of menstruation is a sign of pregnancy or some kind of disease can be added. The combination of these factors often leads to the development of diarrhea.

    What to do and what tests to pass

    In some cases, digestion returns to normal already on the first day of menstruation, but sometimes women suffer from loose stools for a long period.If you regularly have diarrhea before your period, this condition causes significant discomfort, it is best to see a doctor.

    To establish whether the ailment is associated with menstruation, you should undergo an examination:

    • Pass urine test.
    • Donate blood for hCG in order to exclude a possible pregnancy.
    • Donate feces for coprogram.
    • Make an ultrasound of the pelvic organs.
    • Get an abdominal x-ray or CT scan.

    It is imperative to consult a gynecologist and undergo an examination on a gynecological chair.

    If pregnancy is confirmed by a test or analyzes, and diarrhea persists, a woman should carefully monitor her condition.

    You should urgently seek medical help if:

    • With diarrhea, the feces are watery, abundant, bowel movements occur more often 6 times a day.
    • Blood and mucus appeared in the stool.
    • The body temperature rises, the thermometer shows above 38ºC.
    • A rash appeared on the body.
    • Severe abdominal pain in any area.
    • The head is spinning and hurts, the mouth is dry, the heart is pounding.

    Important! You should not postpone a visit to a therapist if loose stools persist even after the end of menstruation.

    Ways to normalize the state

    No one knows how to treat diarrhea better than a doctor. Therefore, the selection of anti-inflammatory drugs should be coordinated with a specialist who recommends drugs based on the diagnosis.

    The gastroenterologist can recommend taking:

    • Sorbents . Drugs in this group help relieve intoxication, which often appears with edema, malnutrition, overeating. It helps well with diarrhea before menstruation Smecta, Enterosgel, Polysorb.
    • Antispasmodics and pain relievers . No-shpa, Papaverine, Drotaverin help relieve spasms of smooth muscles, not only relieving abdominal pain, but also reducing the number of urge to defecate.
    • Enterobiotics . Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli contained in Linex, Bifiform and other probiotics will help stabilize the balance of intestinal microflora and restore normal stool.

    Women who often suffer from loose stools before menstruation should carefully monitor the water and electrolyte balance in the body. Dehydration is the most dangerous complication that causes diarrhea. To avoid it, you need to drink jelly, compotes from dried blueberries, pear fruits, and also take pharmacy rehydration solutions: Gastrolit, Regidron, Normohydron.

    Patients prone to nervous feelings are advised to take sedatives. You can also drink chamomile tea, a decoction of mint leaves, lemon balm. These drinks have a calming effect and help restore normal digestion.

    Prevention

    Regular medical examination allows detecting diseases at early stages. Therefore, if you often have diarrhea before your period, you do not need to postpone your visit to the doctor for a long time.

    It is necessary to monitor the menstrual cycle, immediately before the critical days, avoiding nervous shocks and stress. To avoid unwanted pregnancy, it is better to choose contraceptives with the help of a gynecologist that will not affect the digestive system.

    If the cause of diarrhea is a change in eating habits, a woman should reconsider her diet. During critical days, do not get carried away with sweets, pastries, marinades.You need to eat a balanced diet, eating fresh vegetables and fruits, cereals, dairy products, meat and fish in moderation. It is better to refuse products that provoke increased gas formation (sauerkraut, beans, peas, fresh rye bread).

    Loading…

    90,000 Why rumbling in the stomach and what to do?

    Grumbles in the stomach

    almost every second person. In most cases, this phenomenon occurs against the background of ordinary fasting.But one should not exclude the fact that rumbling can torment a person due to the presence of a serious illness.

    Unfortunately, influencing this process is not easy. Naturally, only if it is not caused by an ordinary feeling of hunger. Therefore, it is necessary to understand this issue seriously.

    Causes of rumbling in the stomach

    The question of why rumbling in the stomach interests many. This unpleasant phenomenon can manifest itself at any time. As a rule, at the most inopportune time.Today it is difficult to meet a person who is not familiar with such a feeling. The most offensive thing is that this process cannot be influenced in any way.

    Rumbling may occur due to the usual feeling of hunger or due to a more serious reason. Naturally, the desire to eat makes the stomach rumble and sometimes quite loudly. This can happen both in the morning and throughout the day. Especially if a person has a habit of not having breakfast.

    The second case of rumbling can occur against the background of severe overeating.Especially if a person hasn’t eaten for a long time and finally got to the kitchen. Often this phenomenon occurs due to the consumption of fatty and heavy foods.

    A rumbling may appear against the background of strong excitement. This creates a really awkward situation. Rumbling also occurs with the use of certain foods and drinks. Soda and alcohol are especially detrimental to the body.

    Sometimes a lot depends on the position of the body. In a sitting position, rumbling may not be observed, but as soon as a person lies down, unpleasant sounds appear immediately.

    Unfortunately, things are not always that simple. Sometimes rumbling indicates the presence of diseases. Naturally, in most cases this is due to problems of the gastrointestinal tract. The most common of these is dysbiosis. Rumbles in the abdomen with this phenomenon, even more, there are unpleasant sensations, a feeling of bloating and pain.

    Why does my stomach growl all the time?

    If a person is constantly rumbling in his stomach, this is worth thinking about.It is likely that this is an ordinary feeling of hunger. In girls who are constantly in a state of “weight loss” rumbling occurs quite often.

    But what if this is caused by not wanting to eat? It is likely that we are talking about dysbiosis. This disease is caused by bacteria in the intestines. During many illnesses, a person takes antibiotics. As a result, beneficial bacteria in the body die, and dysbiosis appears.

    There are several other factors that can cause a constant rumbling in the stomach.So, a food lump located in the abdominal cavity during movement is accompanied by increased peristalsis, which is necessary for chopping food. The second factor is associated with the formation of large amounts of intestinal gas. This happens when the balance of the intestinal microflora is disturbed. Usually, this phenomenon is also accompanied by bloating. The third factor is due to solid, indigestible substances that cause increased peristalsis.

    If other symptoms occur in addition to rumbling.These include abdominal pain, bloating, flatulence and problems with bowel movements, this is due to the presence of gastrointestinal disorders. In this case, you need to seek help from a doctor. After all, it can be caused by intestinal hypermobility, dysbiosis, dyspepsia and other problems. If your stomach growls, it’s time to go to the doctor.

    Why rumbling in the stomach after eating

    Gurgling in the stomach after eating is not a good process. The fact is that basically this symptom occurs against the background of a feeling of hunger.If he appeared spontaneously, and even after eating, then most likely we are talking about disruption of the gastrointestinal tract.

    It is quite probable that nothing terrible happened. Much also depends on what kind of food was taken. Heavy foods and sodas can contribute to stomach rumbling.

    If, in addition to this symptom, pain appears, as well as bloating, most likely it is dysbiosis. He shows himself very interesting.As soon as a person eats something, rumbling, abdominal pain and the urge to defecate appear. It makes life a little burdensome. After all, having a snack somewhere on the go will be problematic.

    Rumbling may occur against the background of developing gastritis. In this case, it is recommended to visit a gastroenterologist. This phenomenon is not particularly dangerous if you follow certain dietary rules. Otherwise, unpleasant sensations will pester you constantly. Therefore, if the stomach growls, you need to see a specialist.It is not always possible to determine the cause on your own.

    Why the stomach growls from hunger

    When the stomach growls from hunger, there should be no reason for worry. Today it is difficult to find a person who would not be tormented by constant sounds “from outside”. This is a normal phenomenon and there is definitely nothing wrong with that.

    The stomach can growl in the morning hours, when a person just got up and did not have time to have breakfast. The body gradually wakes up, and all functions begin to work faster.To the extent of a person’s activity and activity, certain needs arise. The expended energy must always be compensated. That is why the stomach begins to make sounds, thereby signaling that it is time to eat.

    A similar phenomenon can occur not only in the morning, but throughout the day. This is a completely normal phenomenon, and it makes no sense to dwell on it. However, in some situations, rumbling can provoke an awkward situation.Especially when it comes to an important meeting. Therefore, you always need to eat, on time, or at least to satisfy your hunger gradually. If your stomach growls with hunger, you just need to eat and that’s it, there are no pills for this phenomenon.

    Why rumbling loudly in the stomach

    If it growls loudly in the stomach, there may be several reasons. The most common and harmless one is the banal desire to eat. It arises against the background of ignoring breakfast and those individuals who severely limit themselves to food.This is often common among people trying to lose weight quickly.

    Rumbling may occur on an empty stomach at the sight of food or when you smell it. In this mode, the gastrointestinal tract begins to vigorously produce acid, intended for the digestion of food. Therefore, there is a rumbling.

    If the person is full, but the problem still appears. Maybe all this is associated with severe stress or nervous strain. This happens quite often, and it is not so easy to avoid this phenomenon.

    Not everything can be that simple. Rumbling can provoke diseases such as gastritis, dyspepsia and dysbiosis. In this case, you need to see a doctor and try to fix the problem with medication and a certain diet. When your stomach growls, you shouldn’t rule out the possibility of a serious problem.

    Why rumbling in the lower abdomen

    When rumbling in the lower abdomen, it is necessary to correctly interpret this phenomenon. The fact is that an unpleasant sound can occur due to the desire to eat or due to the use of specific food.So, carbonated drinks, fatty and overly acidic foods can cause a similar symptom.

    But what if that’s not the problem? The fact is that rumbling in the lower abdomen may indicate the presence of irritable bowel syndrome. It is likely that the person just ate something wrong.

    Dysbiosis manifests itself in a similar way. Only in the case of its presence there is pain, bloating, nausea and vomiting are possible. Therefore, one symptom may not be enough to determine the existing problem.

    Gastritis is also accompanied by a rumbling that occurs constantly. In this case, a person may experience pain. In some cases, everything is asymptomatic, but only in the early stages.

    If the rumbling passed on its own and did not appear anymore, there should be no reason for worry. When this syndrome is persistent, you should seek medical attention. Grumbles in the stomach for a reason, especially for a long time.

    When it growls in the lower abdomen, it is necessary to look for a problem in the intestines or stomach. Naturally, the main reason may lie in the ordinary desire to eat. In this case, rumbling not only in the abdomen, but also in the stomach. If the symptom is peculiar and is accompanied by other unpleasant signs, we can talk about irritable bowel syndrome.

    Certain food is also capable of causing this phenomenon. Too fatty foods and carbonated drinks often cause this phenomenon.Moreover, low-quality food can also provoke a rumbling in the lower abdomen. But this symptom is usually supported by the presence of the disorder, pain and bloating.

    Dysbiosis manifests itself in a similar way. But in this case, vomiting, nausea, pain and bloating may appear. Unfortunately, according to these symptoms, it is difficult to say unequivocally what a person is suffering from. These are standard signs that are common to many gastrointestinal problems. Therefore, only the attending physician can find out the reason for the rumbling in the stomach.

    In what cases rumbling in the stomach and diarrhea is present

    If the stomach growls and diarrhea, most likely we are talking about dysbiosis. This phenomenon is quite common today. The fact is that the quality of the food is not the best. What’s more, many people enjoy consuming food on the go and buying it from a variety of fast foods. This leads not only to a detrimental effect on the stomach, but also on the entire gastrointestinal tract as a whole.

    Dysbacteriosis can occur while taking antibiotics.All of these medicines have a detrimental effect on the intestinal flora and destroy beneficial bacteria. As a result, almost all food irritates the mucous membrane and leads to unpleasant symptoms.

    Rumbling in the abdomen accompanied by diarrhea may be caused by an infection in the intestines. It is likely that the person consumed poor quality food, which caused a similar reaction. Usually, after taking absorbents, everything goes away. The doctor should look for the reason for the rumbling in the stomach, especially if it has been observed for a long time.

    When stomach growls and gas appears

    If the stomach growls and gas appears – the main signs of the presence of flatulence. This phenomenon occurs against the background of poor quality food. This can be junk food, foods that are too acidic, fatty foods, or soda drinks. In the case of flatulence, a large amount of gas accumulates in the intestines, which does not go out in any way.

    Basically, flatulence occurs against the background of improper nutrition. Especially if the food consumed by a person is rich in the content of indigestible carbohydrates.They can be fermented by bacteria in the intestines, which leads to unpleasant symptoms.

    Swallowing food quickly or drinking too much can also cause flatulence. This problem is often plagued by people who are constantly in a hurry and eat on the go. This can also arise from conversations while eating. Certain foods such as lactose contribute to this phenomenon. Frequent constipation can also be the cause, they can slow down the passage of food through the intestines and thereby increase the likelihood of fermentation.Therefore, if your stomach growls, you should contact a medical facility.

    When belly growls at night

    If your stomach growls at night, there may be several reasons for this phenomenon. So, it is likely that a person takes too long a break between eating and sleeping. Therefore, the stomach, wanting to receive the coveted food, begins to rumble. There is nothing dangerous in this, exceptionally unpleasant sounds torment and nothing more.

    This phenomenon may be associated with the presence of a disease.If a person notices a rumbling when lying on his left side, then most likely it is gastritis. It is necessary to seek help from a doctor. Naturally, in many cases, apart from rumbling, nothing bothers a person at all, so he is not in a hurry to solve the problem.

    It must be understood that rumbling can be a symptom of colitis, pancreatitis, gastritis, dysbiosis and other unpleasant diseases. Therefore, the earlier a person starts treatment, the sooner he gets rid of unpleasant symptoms.It is important not to overeat at night, sometimes rumbling in the stomach for this very reason. It is difficult for the stomach to cope with food that was consumed immediately before bedtime.

    When the stomach boils and rumblings

    Seething and humming in the stomach is not always just like that. Naturally, this phenomenon occurred in almost every person. It is mainly associated with an ordinary desire to eat. Thus, the stomach is trying to send a signal to the person that it is time to eat. But not in all cases everything goes so harmlessly.

    The fact is that constantly gurgling and rumbling may indicate a serious problem. Usually this symptom occurs in people suffering from dysbiosis, gastritis, colitis, flatulence and other diseases. But not many people assume the existence of this or that problem. Especially if there are no other symptoms.

    If, in addition to rumbling and gurgling, there are other signs, in the form of pain, nausea and vomiting, you should immediately seek help.The sooner a problem is diagnosed, the easier it will be to fix it. If your stomach growls, you should understand the reasons for this phenomenon and try to remove the factor that provokes it.

    When rumbling in the stomach on the right

    Some people are worried about a very peculiar symptom, namely, when the stomach growls on the right. It is difficult to say unequivocally what it is. It is necessary to pay attention to accompanying signs. If, in addition to rumbling, sour belching also appeared, then this may indicate the presence of pancreatitis or cholecystitis.

    It is likely that the product eaten the day before was not of a very high quality, which led to the appearance of rumbling on the right. You need to pay attention to other symptoms as well. If in addition to unpleasant sounds “from outside” there is a disorder and pain in the right area, most likely it is poisoning. It is necessary to take all measures to remove the infection from the body. For this, gastric lavage is performed.

    If you just grumble in your stomach, and there is no discomfort, it is likely that you just need to eat.But this symptom is not always so harmless. Therefore, it is imperative to visit a medical institution and understand why the rumbling in the stomach is imperative.

    When rumbling on the left in the stomach

    If it growls on the left in the stomach, the peristalsis of the stomach or large intestine is significantly enhanced. The food lump is mixed rather quickly and rapidly moves further at an accelerated pace. In this case, the chemical processing of the food lump with the help of digestive enzymes can be significantly delayed.All this to some extent complicates the digestion process.

    Such hyperactivity is often accompanied by diarrhea, which occurs against a background of various reasons. So, similar phenomena can appear with infectious gastroenteritis. Chemical irritation can also cause a rumbling left in the stomach. This is due to excessive consumption of alcohol, toxins and poisoning.

    Diarrhea with a predominance of irritable bowel syndrome also causes severe rumbling.Finally, this symptom occurs against the background of a psychosomatic state. So, growls in the stomach with strong anxiety, stress, fear and strong emotions. Food allergies also cause this phenomenon.

    Why does the stomach rumbling before menstruation

    For what reason does the stomach growl before menstruation? The fact is that before this process begins, physiological and psychological restructuring takes place in a woman’s body. Against this background, a small hormonal jump occurs, which delays the metabolic process in the body.Therefore, the pressure of the blood flow can accumulate in the pelvic organs.

    These processes do not carry any danger. Usually, in the first days of menstruation, unpleasant symptoms disappear on their own and women no longer bother. For some ladies, bloating and pain in the intestines persist throughout all critical days. The fact is that spasms in the uterus leave their “imprint” in the intestines, hence various negative signs arise.

    Other physiological ailments can also cause gurgling in the stomach.They are capable of occurring against the background of disturbances in the vitamin and mineral balance. After a few days, everything will go away on its own, you should not worry about what is rumbling in your stomach, this is a normal process.

    Why rumbling in the stomach in the morning

    If you growl in your stomach in the morning, don’t worry. In most cases, this phenomenon occurs against the background of an ordinary desire to eat. In the morning, the body’s functions begin to gradually “wake up” and work normally. At night, everything slows down significantly.As soon as a person starts to move, there is a gradual expenditure of energy and the body needs to be “reinforced”.

    This phenomenon also occurs in cases where a person does not eat at all in the morning. One cup of coffee or tea is not enough to start the stomach and intestines. Therefore, an unpleasant rumbling appears at especially inappropriate moments for this.

    Basically, this symptom is harmless if it occurs in the morning. But if a person has eaten, and everything remains at the same level, you need to listen to your body.It is likely that this indicates the presence of diseases. Therefore, only the attending physician can help to find out why the rumbling in the stomach, he also prescribes high-quality treatment.

    When nauseous and rumbling in the stomach

    If you feel sick and rumbling in your stomach, you need to look for the true cause of this phenomenon. Naturally, some people experience such symptoms during hunger. So, in addition to unpleasant sounds in the stomach, nausea appears, and even the urge to vomit. In this case, you need to immediately eat something in order to alleviate the general condition.

    Such symptoms may indicate the presence of poisoning. Especially if after a while vomiting and diarrhea join these signs. If the person is no longer worried about anything, then it is likely that the reason was hidden in the presence of some disease.

    Dysbiosis, flatulence, gastritis and pancreatitis can cause rumbling and nausea. You shouldn’t hesitate to go to the hospital. Over time, the condition can worsen dramatically, and the symptoms will become more extensive.This will somewhat complicate a person’s life and lead to special costs for treatment. Therefore, if your stomach growls, you should not ignore this symptom, you need to seek help from a doctor.

    For some reason, the stomach is swollen and rumbling

    If the stomach is swollen and rumbling appears, what could be the reason? Excess gas in the intestines can occur for a number of reasons. Moreover, they can fluctuate from the use of food, and to the excess of bacterial growth.During the passage of gas through the intestinal cavities and loops, characteristic sounds occur. This phenomenon is called flatulence.

    Rumbling and bloating can cause pain and even diarrhea. The latter phenomenon is of two types: osmotic and secretory. The first variation occurs when substances are consumed that cannot be absorbed by the intestines. For example, in people who have problems with lactose intolerance. Food allergies can have a similar effect.

    Secretory diarrhea appears due to water, which is able to accumulate in the intestinal lumen with bacterial toxins. The presence of a large amount of fluid leads to the appearance of watery, loose stools. In this case, everything is accompanied by a gurgle. If your stomach growls, the cause should be sought with your doctor.

    When rumbling in the stomach and belching appears

    If the stomach rumbling and belching, it is likely that pancreatitis or cholecystitis will develop.These phenomena are characterized by the appearance of pain in the right side. Therefore, the symptoms must be carefully monitored.

    If the belching is acidic and nausea is observed, the problem lies in the pancreas. If you have diarrhea, you should think about poisoning. If all these symptoms appear gradually, then most likely the person has eaten low-quality foods. In order to get rid of unpleasant symptoms, it is necessary to rinse. If a person’s condition begins to gradually deteriorate, you should seek help from a hospital.We can talk about the defeat of the body by nitrates.

    With ordinary rumbling and belching without any other signs, it is worth visiting a doctor. Especially if these two phenomena occur constantly. Perhaps the matter lies in the food that the person consumes. In any case, the problem should be resolved. Because if the stomach growls, there can be many reasons for this phenomenon.

    Why rumbling in the stomach during pregnancy

    Why rumbling in the stomach during pregnancy and is it not dangerous? Unpleasant sensations can accompany a woman during the period of bearing a child.Moreover, they occur even among those women who have not had any problems with the digestive system before.

    This condition is caused by the hormonal background of pregnancy. High levels of progesterone relax the smooth muscles and the body, affecting the intestines. In the second half of pregnancy, there may be violations of the physiological location of this organ. This is due to squeezing and displacement of the intestine by the uterus.

    All these factors cause strong gas formation and lead to impaired emptying and decreased peristalsis.To reduce the manifestation of unpleasant symptoms, it is enough just to go on a diet. No, you shouldn’t restrict a pregnant mother in eating food, you just need to remove irritating foods and that’s it.

    Before starting to eat differently, it is worth consulting with a therapist. After all, rumbling in the stomach, not only for these reasons, this phenomenon can cause liver problems, ulcers, diseases of the intestines and pancreas.

    Why rumbling in the stomach in a child

    What to do if a child’s stomach growls? This phenomenon may indicate that the baby just wants to eat.If, after eating, the problem did not go away, but diarrhea and pain were added to it, most likely it is dysbiosis.

    Bacteria constantly live in the human intestine, which create a normal microflora in it. If, for some reason, the composition begins to change, noticeable problems appear. As a result, bloating, flatulence and rumbling are observed. It is possible to remove these symptoms only with the help of high-quality treatment.

    If a child complains of recurrent pain, it is worth reviewing the diet.It is likely that it contains foods that cause a negative reaction from the gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, it is necessary not only to revise the diet, but also to consult a doctor regarding further actions. If your baby’s stomach growls, you need to take action immediately.

    If the baby’s stomach growls

    Many young mothers have encountered a problem when a baby’s stomach growls. All fearful thoughts about the presence of serious diseases must be thrown aside.Most likely, the child’s body is not yet able to accept this or that food.

    It is necessary to revise the child’s diet. If he uses not only breast milk, but also other baits, you should pay attention to their composition. It is likely that they contain substances that are not suitable for the baby’s body.

    Naturally, there are cases when a child is lactose intolerant. In this case, breast milk acts as an irritant.You should consult your doctor regarding feeding your baby.

    Many children suffer from colic, rumbling and painful sensations are very common with this phenomenon. Therefore, the child should be shown to the therapist so that he can determine the reason for the rumbling in the stomach and prescribe effective ways to eliminate the problem.

    Treatment of rumbling in the abdomen

    Do you know what to do if your stomach growls? Before trying to fix the problem, you need to find the true cause of this phenomenon.If the rumbling is caused by poor nutrition, then you should simply review the daily diet. It is advisable to “go” on a diet and eliminate too heavy food from consumption.

    Rumbling sounds may be caused by a medical condition. In this case, elimination methods are prescribed by the attending physician. Often this phenomenon occurs against the background of dysbiosis. Therefore, it is recommended to take products that contain beneficial microorganisms.

    If eating certain foods and eating a consistent diet have not helped in any way, you need to look for other symptoms.It is likely that we are talking about diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Especially if they are accompanied by bad breath, constipation or diarrhea, bloating, etc. In this case, only a specialist can help to understand why the rumbling in the stomach.

    What to drink if your stomach growls

    Do you know what to drink if your stomach growls? It is worth noting immediately the fact that if this phenomenon is caused by hunger, then only food will help get rid of it.

    If you have bloating, flatulence, rumbling and discomfort due to other reasons, you should seek the help of a doctor.You cannot take any medications on your own. As an example, drugs that are often used in treatment will be given. These include Espumisan, Motilium and Linux.

    Espumisan is one of the carminative agents. Taking medicine to get rid of excessive gas buildup in the intestines. If a person complains of excessive gas formation, it is necessary to take 2 capsules 3-5 times a day. It is advisable to drink it all with plenty of liquid.The duration of the course of treatment depends on the symptoms. In case of poisoning with detergents, Espumisan is taken once in the amount of 10-20 capsules, depending on the severity of the situation. For children, the optimal dosage is 3-10 capsules.

    Motilium must be taken before meals. If this is done after a meal, the absorption of domperidone can be significantly slowed down. Adults and children over 12 years old take 1-2 tablets 3-4 times a day. For children, the dose is 1 capsule 3-4 times a day.A maximum of 80 mg of the drug can be taken per day. The tablets are indicated exclusively for adults and children whose weight exceeds 35 kilograms.

    Capsules for resorption are used for chronic dyspepsia, 1 tablet 3 times a day 15-30 minutes before meals. If necessary, one tablet is taken at night. The maximum dose should not exceed 80 mg. The product is intended exclusively for adults and children whose weight is at least 35 kilograms.

    In case of nausea and vomiting, the remedy is used by adults and children in the amount of 2 tablets 3-4 times a day.Children from 5 years old take 1 capsule 3-4 times a day. The maximum dose is also 80 mg.

    Linex. The drug is prescribed exclusively internally after a meal. The capsule must be taken with a little water. Children under 3 years old and people who cannot swallow a tablet should open it and mix it with water. Newborns and toddlers under the age of 2 years can take 1 capsule 3 times a day. Children under 12 years old – 1-2 tablets 3 times a day. Adults are prescribed 2 capsules 3 times a day.The duration of treatment depends on the severity of the situation.

    All of the above medications can eliminate bloating, the consequences of dysbiosis and other unpleasant symptoms, including the case when the stomach rumbling.

    All news
    Previous Next

    90,000 Loss of consciousness and profuse stools before menstruation

    Loss of consciousness and profuse stools before menstruation bother many women. Such symptoms are sometimes the norm, and sometimes they signal pathology.When they appear, you should consult a doctor, a gastroenterologist and a gynecologist.

    Reasons

    A few days before the onset of menstruation, women begin to experience symptoms. Some have mild soreness in the lower abdomen, others have such severe pains that they faint.

    Doctors identify several more reasons that can cause fainting before critical days:

    • A sharp drop in blood pressure. Every woman’s body is a unique mechanism.Due to surges in blood pressure or a sharp increase in blood pressure, in most cases, only dizziness appears. But in some, blood pressure drops very quickly, the heart cannot cope with the increased load, and fainting occurs against the background of poor blood circulation.
    • Severe stressful situation is another reason for loss of consciousness. Problems at work, at home, or intense physical activity have a negative effect on the nervous system.
    • If a woman suffers from hyperhidrosis, then the amount of blood circulating through the vessels decreases, which leads to loss of consciousness.The same can happen if the patient drinks very little.
    • Fainting is often triggered by fear. Especially when menstruation is delayed, and pregnancy was not included in the girl’s plans for the near future.

    Fainting does not go unnoticed. After losing consciousness, you cannot get up quickly, you need to lie down quietly for a while, drink soothing tea. If you rise sharply, you can provoke a second attack.

    Fainting is a short-term disruption of the brain, which is caused by insufficient blood circulation.There are many reasons that can provoke loss of consciousness, including cancer. Therefore, such a symptom cannot be ignored, especially if it appears simultaneously with a stool disorder.

    Diarrhea

    Every woman experiences her period differently. For some, PMS symptoms begin to appear in a week, others do not bother at all and they learn about the critical days that have come from vaginal spotting. The reasons for the appearance of loose stools before menstruation are varied.

    Increased prostaglandins. These hormones act on pain receptors, and also spur the contractile capacity of the uterus. Therefore, having noticed diarrhea a few days before the expected menstruation, they should be blamed. Prostaglandins affect not only the contraction of the uterus, but also the intestines. It relaxes his muscles and therefore the feces are easier to excrete.

    Intestinal disorder associated with overeating. Increased appetite during CD is normal. Due to the use of the wrong food, a large amount of sweet and fatty, intestinal receptors are irritated.Fermentation and bloating begins, and diarrhea also appears.

    As with fainting, diarrhea is triggered by stress. Before menstruation, the hormonal background of a woman changes, this causes some excitement, the body reacts negatively to any problems. Therefore, many not only experience diarrhea and loss of consciousness, but also react to this with a sharp change in mood.

    Pregnancy is another cause of diarrhea. Before the delay, many do not even know that a new life has arisen inside.And the symptoms may begin before the onset of menstruation. This is influenced by the growing progesterone, which has a laxative effect on the intestines.

    Diarrhea before critical days is not always the norm. This condition can cause some diseases of the uterus.

    Abundant stool before menstruation provoke the following pathological conditions:

    Each pathology causes many other symptoms. Try to listen to your body and detect symptoms that were not previously there.Timely detection of pathology will greatly facilitate treatment, and possibly prevent the development of complications.

    Treatment

    You should not hesitate with a doctor’s examination if indigestion and diarrhea are frequent companions of premenstrual syndrome. If the diarrhea is temporary and only happened once, there is nothing to worry about, most likely it is an intestinal disorder caused by an increased appetite.

    Nutritionists recommend to follow the diet, eat only healthy food.It is also advisable to reduce the amount of salt, sugar and hot spices. To normalize stool, on the eve of your period, it is recommended to eat stool-strengthening foods, for example, rice, beef, skinless chicken breast, and baked potatoes.

    It is also recommended to eliminate from the diet foods that weaken stools and cause increased gas formation. These include all fatty foods, sweets, legumes, cabbage, apples and also beets, prunes, apricots.

    Proper nutrition is the only prevention of diarrhea before menstruation.And for treatment, drugs such as Creon, Mezim and Pancreatin are used. But first you should consult a doctor.

    Many doctors recommend not to take any medication if diarrhea before menstruation is a physiological and normal phenomenon, not provoked by a disease. If, in addition to diarrhea, a woman has frequent fainting before menstruation, it is always necessary to keep ammonia in the house and, when you feel an upcoming attack, bring cotton wool to your nose.

    Since stressful situations can also provoke such symptoms, it is recommended to take courses of sedative medications prescribed by a doctor.And a few days before your period, you can start taking soothing teas.

    Both conditions are treatable. They can also be controlled by proper nutrition, adequate sleep and little exercise.

    If loss of consciousness and plentiful stools before critical days turn out to be the cause of a pathological condition, then it is the disease that needs to be treated.