Health: Women should never ignore these things related to health, big problems may arise later

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Women have an important contribution in handling the house, who are able to live happily because of their understanding and taking care of everything of all the family members. But it is seen that in this busyness, women are not able to take proper care of their health and ignore many health-related problems, especially sexual problems. Yes, women do not pay attention to the changes in their dream health, vagina or breast, which can become a big problem later. Today in this episode we are going to tell you about those things which women should never ignore.

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Bloating
Many women feel bloated or gassy especially before menstruation. It is one of the more common health problems. However, if feeling bloating is frequent, then it should be checked. It can be a sign of irritable bowel syndrome, endometriosis or even ovarian cancer.

Pain during sex
Women are often hesitant to talk about pain during intercourse. However, painful sex can also be a symptom of endometriosis. A condition in which the inner lining of the uterus accumulates outside the uterus. It can also be caused by PID (pelvic inflammatory disease), which is often an infection of the reproductive organ with vaginal discharge. Inadequate lubrication and a dry vagina can also make sex painful.

Mood swing
If your mood swings for no reason on small talk and this is happening again and again, due to this you are becoming irritable in nature, then do not take it lightly. It can be a sign of serious mental health problems such as bipolar disorder, dysthymia. In that case you should consult a specialist.

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Irregular or abnormal menstruation
Menstruation should be regular every 21-35 days. Heavy flow, mid-cycle bleeding or spotting, prolonged period cycles, it can be due to hormonal diseases like thyroid, PCOD or fibroids, which are benign tumors of the uterus. Bleeding after intercourse or post-menopausal bleeding should be taken seriously. This can be a sign of ovarian cancer and needs to be investigated.