Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
NEVER take any pills for your cramps due to menstrual period, except you will get faint if you don't take it. Thosee pills give a 'fake' effect. They don't stop your painful, they just block your nervous system from painful feeling, actually the painful is still there and never going anywhere. Next time you need more and more dose, bigger and bigger dose, to relieve your painful. Those pills have addictive effect. Believe me. Sometimes I say offtopics, sometimes I kid around with funny words, but this time I say the truth
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I don't think you are right. A gynecologist told me to get those pills. (and I asked many of them and they never said "never") It's been about 7 years since I started to use them. I'm getting the same dose. Yes it is fake effect, but what if you can not do your work due to cramps? Don't think all people are like you Dr. And I don't think saying "never" is a good way to direct people.
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In Baboons when a female is in the "receptive" part of her estrus cycle, her ischial callosities (butt cheeks) get swollen with blood, turning bright red.
In most mammals, similar evidences occur in swelling or flushing of the females reproductive organs, particularly the vulva in many species, and are accompanied by varying behavioral patterns caused by increased levels of estrogen.
Animals that have the estrus cycle are only "receptive" behaviorally and physically for a short time right before and during ovulation. Animals with a menstrual cycle are physically receptive for a longer period of time, and behaviorally can be receptive perpetually (i.e. humans).
There is an accompanying array of hormones that accompany each stage in the cycle.
The "period" occurs in the menstrual cycle due to the prolonged receptivity the cycle enables. Over the course of a womans cycle, hormones cause the endometrium, or lining of the uterus wall, to become swollen with blood via capillary beds. This occurs in the estruc cycle as well, but to a lesser extent and for a shorter amount of time. After ovulation, if implantation does not occur, the blood in the swollen endometrium is flushed out, along with the dead ovule. In the estrus cycle, the blood is mostly reabsorbed back into the animals body.
Hope this helped. Doing a quick search on google will probably bring up some helpful sites. Try Wikipedia, it is usually pretty accurate and helpful.
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