The first two days of my period are always extremely painful. I've tried Ibuprofen, Tylenol, Aspirin, and Aleve to no avail. The only thing that I'm able to do for it is to sleep. Anyone know what else I can try or do to help?
Ok, here goes: I was being treated for h.pylori and giardia with amoxicillin and metrodinazole and was a week into support supplements Atrantil and Berberine after those when last Wednesday, I got a very sudden bout of diarrhea. Every day all morning and sometimes at other times. Everything I ate(even after I switched to BRAT diet) has turned to liquid. Now also two days into timidazole because my naturopath thinks maybe the giardia was résistent. But also wondering if it could be c diff? Don’t want and can’t afford to go to ER. Trying to stay hydrated with electrolytes and bone broth at least. Also just started taking high quality probiotic, colustrum, and glutamine. But getting weaker. I could get really detailed as to how things feel and look but will wait to see if anyone has anything to add… thanks!
Whenever i get my period, i get HORRIBLE cramps to the point where im nausea and vomiting(5-10 times a day), not eating for the first day, and so tried. I have been on 2 BC's they helped than stopped, i was wondering if there are any at home remedies to help atleast be in a comftable position, i use a heating pad and take 3 medcines, and it helps a bit but not a lot.
I’ve always had crappy periods (didn’t start menstruating until high school). They’ve always been irregular, sometimes over a week long, painful, and I always get very nauseous and my face looks gray/washed out. I started birth control pills (extended cycle) and those helped, but even when I get to the “period” week once every three months it’s still super painful and nauseating. I’ve never been given an explanation why this happens but I found that a lot of my experience lines up with endometriosis. But my OBGYN never mentioned it, they just put me on the pill without any other questions. Is there anything I can/should do?
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