Posts Tagged ‘women issues’
Last Saturday we had our First Bisdak Bloggers meet up and I was so happy to see my blogger friends again and I also got the chance to meet some new bloggers. We want to treasure every moment while we are there that’s why the photo taking session is always present.
However, while I was looking back at our photos, I was once again worried about my looks. In short, I always look at my bulging tummy and my huge boxer-like arms. This makes me realize that I need to get back my body in shape again. I hope that these slimvox reviews Ive found online could really help me burn out this fat in order to get rid of these unpleasant looking part of my body.
There are literally hundreds of diet pills available in the market today and all of them are claiming to be safe and effective. But the question is, are they really proven to be effective?
Did you know that I even tried it myself before where I bought a certain diet pill which was proudly recommended by a friend of mine who convinced me to try it because she said it was really effective. But guess what happened? I had only taken 1 capsule of it and after a few hours, I went to the bathroom and I was so shocked when I saw my urine was turned into blood.
Since that day, I regretted why I followed my friend’s advice. I should have searched for more information about that certain product who are claiming to be the one of the best diet pills around because I already learned my lesson and I don’t want it to happen again.
We just had our serious conversation with my sister-in-law who is always suffering from Dysmenorrhea and Menstrual Cramps every month during her menstrual period. She explained to me in details about how she feels because she always cry in pain every time she’s having her period. And since I haven’t experience this kind of menstrual discomfort and pain, I searched about it online and based from my SIL’s explanation, I found out that she has a secondary dysmenorrhea because some of the symptoms includes heavy bleeding during periods.
I also found out that the treatment for secondary dysmenorrhea depends on the cause and the stage of this disease. She doesn’t have a baby yet and she plans to have one after 5 years. And since it is important to know her desire to have children, the treatment methods vary from drug therapy to surgical procedures.
As of now she is self-medicating herself with pain relievers and direct application of warm compress and some massage. But I already advised her that she should set an appointment with a gynecologist so that the doctor can perform a series of tests to determine the cause of her condition.