Pregnancy generally does not have dysmenorrhea, but if you have symptoms of dysmenorrhea after pregnancy, it may be caused by a threatened abortion or ectopic pregnancy.
After pregnancy, with the increase in the increase of the levels of velveting gonad hormone, it may cause abnormal changes in the endometrium in the endometrium, so menopause is usually discontinued after pregnancy.The dysmenorrhea refers to the lower abdomen pain before and after menstruation or menstrual period. It is generally related to the increased prostaglandin and the pelvic cavity objective disease. Therefore, dysmenorrhea is usually not occurred after pregnancy.
If you have symptoms of dysmenorrhea after pregnancy, it may be caused by a threatened abortion that causes the uterine contraction, or it may be caused by the rupture of the fallopian tube caused byotinity.The hospital conducts B -ultrasound examination, clearly caused the cause, and then take effective measures for treatment in time.Try to make early treatment as much as possible to avoid affecting the health of the fetus.