Menstrual problems are defined as irregularities and bleeding disorders associated with menstruation. Irregular menstruation is not in itself a disease, but is a symptom that may represent a disease or condition that may or should have attention.
Symptoms can include be heavy bleeding, abdominal pain, spotting, irregularity, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), dizziness and vomiting.
Birth control pills are the doctor’s immediate opportunity to try to treat menstrual problems.
There are several causes that, either individually or in combination, can cause menstrual problems. These include nutrient deficiencies, fungal overgrowth, intestinal microflora imbalance, food infections, stress, obesity and PCOS.
Regular menstrual cycle and balance in hormone production is important as it affects many functions in the body. Bone building, pregnancy, good mood and well-being are affected by the body’s hormone balance. At Nordic Clinic, the treatment will include identification and treatment of the causes of the specific menstrual problems. This is done on the basis of an extensive questionnaire, as well as laboratory analysis. Relevant analyzes can be, for example, female hormone profiles that show exactly where there is an imbalance in hormone production. After this, it will be possible to provide guidance on the right diet and the use of dietary supplements.