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Posted by: G | 2010/08/31

Pre -menstrual

One hears that all woman suffer from pre-menstrual pain. My girlfriend gets severe headaches for a few days. Is this not an indication that certain hormone levels or something are out of balance for a few days? Surely there is a medical solution for this?

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Dear G,

Their are certain treatments and interventions for woman who experience severe pre-menstrual pain and other menstruation related symptoms.It would require a thorough assessment by a gynaecologist who would best be able to advise treatment to relieve the symptoms.

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Posted by: Yho | 2010/09/07

Le a rogakana mooooooo

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/02

Rassisties? Jy het die woord gebruik, ek het nerens daarop gesinspeel nie.

Nee, jou Frans was net nog ''n manier om te probeer verkondig dat jy verhewe is bo die gemiddelde persoon, ''m tipe van elitisme.

Vir die hoeveelste keer  niemand wat oor " krampe"  geskryf het, het my van raad bedien nie, ek het nooit die vraag gestel nie. Ek het niemand beledig nie, inteendeel.

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Posted by: Woman | 2010/09/02

Ek verstaan jou inteendeel baie goed. Dis net spyt dat jy net 2 tale magtig is, en vir die een of ander rede dink dat die feit dat jy afrikaans praat jou die een of ander voordeel gee. Moenie rasisties raak nie, G, jy trap op baie, baie dun ys.

Die feit dat ek jou in Frans terug geantwoord het was sosiale kommentaar, maar net jammer jy wa ste dof om te agter te kom. Dis ook vir my baie duidelik dat jy dalk kan engels kan lees, maar dit glad nie verstaan nie.

Engels is die " lingua Franca" , as jy nie in engels kan skryf nie, moet dan eerder nie skryf nie. En sover dit beledigings aangaan, is jy die een wat begin het. Jy het ieder en elk beledig wat jou raad wou gee. Ek verstaan nou absoluut waarom jy nie my posting verstaan het nie.

Word groot en groei ''n brein. Jy verveel my en nou is ek klaar met jou.

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/02

Ten minste kan die meeste my verstaan.

Idioot?

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Posted by: Woman | 2010/09/02

G - oh vous ê tes si é lé gants, vous recevez l''é toile d''or! Votre imbé cillité  est bizarre, vraiment. Ayez une vie agré able, un grande idiot.

Ayez un bon journé e maintenant

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/02

Woman: Jy is die een wat arrogant is. Eerstens dink jy dat terwyl jy nie kan lees nie en my beantwoord op vrae wat ek nie gevra het nie, moet ek dankie sê  en stilbly, ek mag jou nie daarop wys dat jy van die punt af is nie. En dit gee jou blykbaar die reg om my name te noem, sleg te sê , en ''n klomp beledigende aannames te maak. Wat weet jy wat in my sekslewe aangaan?

Gaan beledig die klomp kinders in jou klaskamer.

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Posted by: A man | 2010/09/01

" G"  is indeed a fool and does not deserve any help, except mental help

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Posted by: steve | 2010/09/01

teenage tantrums !

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Posted by: Woman | 2010/09/01

G, I amend my previous posting. Your girlfriend fakes the headaches to get out of having sex with you. Because, honestly now, who *really* wants to have sex with such an arrogant a s s hole!

Oh, please go ahead, feel free to insult me, but in the end, everyone who has read your posts, knows that I am right.

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/01

Woman, then why did you bother to answer a question which was not asked? Who spoke about cramps?

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Posted by: Woman | 2010/09/01

No, G, You are very rude , not to mention arrogant and you have terrible forum etiquette. You should rather take note and be quiet if someone writes something you don''t agree with. The last time I checked, freedom of speech was written in the constitution. And you started it after all - writing in a gynecological question to the sexology forum.

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/01

Hayi

If you ask about a problem with your big toe and I enthusiastically tell you about a heart murmour then you will not appreciate my effort. People should read properly.

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Posted by: Hayi | 2010/09/01

Hayi G .....your responses are really not called for people are trying to help , its up to u whether u take their advice or not but being rude is so not on

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/01

Zola

People who give FREE advice should be relevant.

To many people just write to have themselves heard and is miles off the point.

And no, Zola, I do not get cross with her, but thanks for trying to be sarcastic.

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/01

" Woman without headache"  - You are the one that answers unrelevant questions, I ask about the moon, and you answer about the sun, don''t come and badmouth me, just bugger off.

" Woman"  - thanks for your answer.

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Posted by: Zola | 2010/09/01

My wolrd, G! You come here looking for FREE advice.

When somebody gives it, you get arrogant and inssulting.

If you don''t understand something, do some research on it first.

For instance:
A SEXOLOGIST won''t be able to help your girlfriend with hormone inbalances. Try a GYNAECOLOGIST.

I am so glad you are not my boyfriend. You probably get cross when your girlfriend gets these headaches, right?

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Posted by: Woman | 2010/09/01

Well G, you didn''t say whether she has kids or not. I don''t know you or her and I cannot guess what your life entails. If you had read my post, you would have seen that I wrote it would PROBABLY get better after kids, not that it WILL.

PMS stands for Premenstrual Syndrome. There is more than one symptom. My guess is that the headaches has something to do with a vitamin B and an Iron deficiency. A headache is also generally a cramp in the brain - therefore the magnesium. The evening Primrose oil is a general tonic proven to alleviate other symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome.

I hope that this explanation is sufficient for you. If not, the gynae doc, who deals with women''s health, will surely be able to be of more assistance to you than the sexologist, who deals with problems of a sexual nature .

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Posted by: Woman without headache | 2010/09/01

U ungrateful arrogant little brat!! Nr 1 : Not all women suffer from pre-menstrual pain.. Nr 2 : U should learn not to believe everything you hear! Nr 3 : Have you ever thought that you might be the cause of her headaches? Nr4: Yes there is a medical solution....dumping you!!!

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Posted by: G | 2010/09/01

Where did you read that she has not had kids.

I said nothing about cramps, I spoke about headaches.

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Posted by: Jarrod | 2010/09/01

yaeh my gf definatel doesnt believe me when i use the last one

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Posted by: Woman | 2010/08/31

If only! The good news is that it will probably get better after she''s had kids one day.

You could give her the advice of taking Vit. B''s (fish or flax seed oil capsules), Magnesium(for the cramps), Iron (good for the blood) and evening primrose oil (alleviates the symptoms associated with the period). Oh yes, orgasms help against cramping :) (but only say that last one if you gave her all the vitamins &  herbs + chocolates, flowers and ice cream!)

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