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DYSMENORRHEA - PRIMARY
Primary dysmenorrhea is a painful menstruation without demonstrable pelvic disease.
Symptoms include intermittent painful spasms, crampy labor-like pain localized over the lower abdomen and the suprapubic area which may radiate to the lower back or inner thighs.
The pain may also be described as a dull ache or as a stabbing pain.
Accompanying symptoms include nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, headaches, lightheadedness, fatigue, fever, muscle cramps, nervousness and fainting.

Dysmenorrhea - Primary Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Relief of mild to moderate pain & fever.

Indication: Acute & chronic treatment of signs & symptoms of OA & RA; ankylosing spondylitis (AS); acute gouty...

Indication: Management of acute pain in adults & treatment of primary dysmenorrhea. Relief of acute & chronic pain...

Indication: Dysmenorrhoea, endometriosis, secondary amenorrhoea, irregular cycles, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, pre-men...

Indication: Signs & symptoms of arthritis deformans, periarthritis humero-scapularis, tendinitis, peritendinitis, hume...

Indication: Emergency postcoital contraception.

Indication: OA, RA, ankylosing spondylitis.

Indication: Premenstruation syndrome, postponement of menstruation, mastodynia, cycle disturbance associated w/ shortening...

Indication: Emergency postcoital contraception.

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