How to Relief Dysmenorrhea?

Dysmenorrhea, also known as menstrual pain or menstrual cramps, is the pain that occurs during women's menstrual cramps...

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Dysmenorrhea, also known as menstrual pain or menstrual cramps, is the pain that occurs during women’s menstrual cramps. Dysmenorrhea usually starts with menstruation. Typical symptoms last about three days or less. Dysmenorrhea usually occurs in the pelvis or lower abdomen; other symptoms may include back pain, diarrhea, and nausea. Dysmenorrhea is one of the most common gynecological diseases. About 50-90% of women have suffered from dysmenorrhea. Severe cases may affect normal life. Are you the one chosen by Dysmenorrhea?

We all know that using the Period Pain Patch is one of the most common ways to relieve menstrual cramps. So… why does the Period Pain Patch work for menstrual pain relief? I believe that many girls have had this experience: using a hot water bottle during menstruation can relieve menstrual pain. But the hot water bottle needs to be held by hand, and the heating time is not long, which is very inconvenient. The Period Pain Patch is equivalent to a warm water bag that can generate heat for a long time and can be attached to the body. Period Pain Patch is composed of Iron Powder, Activated Carbon, Vermiculite, Water and Salt. These raw materials are all natural, and the chemical energy is converted into thermal energy by using the principle of the original battery to accelerate the oxidation reaction. Put the Period Pain Patch on the lower abdomen, and the local heating of the lower abdomen can speed up the blood circulation of the uterus, so it can relieve pain. We have two types of Period Pain Patch, the most popular is the Oval-shaped Period Pain Patch, and the Large Period Pain Patch is a new product that has just been launched. If you want to know more about it, please check:

They are light and thin, the heating time can last up to 12 hours, and the temperature is stable like chart shows, which has a great effect on relieving dysmenorrhea.


In addition to using the Period Pain Patch, you should also strengthen your body in your daily life and work out a reasonable schedule in order to have a healthier body. Wish all girls have a strong body and happy life. Please remember: girl, you are the best!

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