It is considered normal in Chinese medicine to have no period pain.
In Chinese medicine, it is considered “painless” when you have your period.
If you feel heavy or tired in the lower abdomen, it’s okay.
If the pain is strong enough to make you want to take medicine, it’s a sign that something is wrong.
If your period has started and you have a lot of bleeding and pain, you may have blood stasis.
If it’s another symptom that causes extreme pain when you’re cold, it could be a cold.
In Chinese medicine, premenstrual syndrome, or so-called premenstrual symptoms such as swelling and irritability before menstruation, are also common symptoms, and it is normal to have no such symptoms at all.
In Western medicine, it is said to be the effect of luteal hormones.
In Chinese medicine, if your luteal and follicular hormones are balanced, you shouldn’t have any of those symptoms.
The amount of transmural blood was not too much, but a bright red color.
In Western medicine, the volume of blood is often expressed in terms of an average of 50 ml.
This varies from person to person, so in Chinese medicine, we take a broader view.
During the day, I use a long napkin on a lot of days and if it lasts more than 2 hours, it’s fine.
At night, if you can sleep through the night on a night napkin without missing a night, you shouldn’t have to worry about it.
Just be careful if you don’t change your daytime long napkin for two hours or your nighttime napkin for multiple times during the night.
This is because the amount is too much and there is a possibility of cold and blood stasis.
Also, if normal, the color is bright red.
It is also important that it is in good condition and that there is no stringing or sticky clumps.
A light color may be due to blood emptiness or Qi emptiness.
Dull and sticky clumps are also thought to be caused by blood stasis and cold.
However, the amount of menstrual blood generally decreases as menopause approaches, so it is necessary to weigh age and environment.
Periods are a problem when they change.
The ideal menstrual cycle is 28 days, 4 times 7.
However, it varies from person to person, so there is no problem as long as you get your period on a regular basis, even if it’s a little before or after, such as 32 or 26 days.
What I want you to care about is change.
It is different if there is a change from 28 days to 32 days, or if there is a change from a 32-day cycle to 28 days or 25 days.
If it becomes gradually longer, it may be blood stasis or cold.
On the contrary, if it is shortened, it is either Qi Emptiness or a feverish cold.
The number of days of bleeding, too, 5-7 days is standard, but this, too, was 5 days so far, came to continue casually for 7 days and 10 days, or conversely, if there seems to be a change that ends in 2-3 days, it is important to pay attention.
It is thought that blood stasis is a constitutional cause of shortening of blood conditions.
This decision will also be made with caution when it comes to cycles that begin to approach menopause.
Cleavage is clear, odorless and does not stick.
You should know about the normal discharge in conjunction with your menstrual cycle.
The discharge is clear and sticky, like a string around ovulation.
The color is clear, odorless, and does not harden during the high temperature period after ovulation.
If it is colored, smells, or has a lump, it may be vaginitis or a sexually transmitted disease.
For example, in the case of candida vaginosis, there is a white discharge that is said to be like cottage cheese and hardens with a pitter-patter.
When having sex continuously, the discharge may become slightly colored and not transparent, but there is no problem.
Also, the condition of the discharge changes with age, and as the ovaries work less with age, the discharge decreases and is less likely to be secreted even when there is sexual excitement.