menstrually

menstrually

(ˈmɛnstrʊəlɪ)
adv
in a menstrual manner
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The Diagnostic Laparoscopy was carried out post menstrually on the follicular phase of menstrual cycle under general anaesthesia.
Clinical external endometriosis; Probable viability of menstrually shed fragments of endometrium.
Acute treatment and prevention of menstrually related migraine headache: evidence-based review.
In this study, 49 women aged between 18-48 years, with menstrually triggered and intercurrent migraine attacks, were randomised to receive twice daily either a placebo tablet or a tablet containing 75 mg soy extract standardised to 40% isoflavones (60 mg soy isoflavones daily), 50 mg of dong quai extract standardised to 1% ligustilide, and 25 mg black cohosh extract standardized to 8% triterpenes, for 24 weeks.
Menstrual and menstrually related migraine sufferers form one the largest distinct subgroups of migraine patients, and is generally considered to be one of the most resistant to existing treatments.
Menstrually related symptom changes in women with schizophrenia.
Your new patient is a 52-year-old woman (G2P2) who reports a long history of two types of migraine: menstrually related migraine without aura and nonmenstrually related migraine with aura (usually involving visual scotomata).
Attacks of menstrually related migraine without aura must have an onset during the perimenstrual time period (2 days before to 3 days after the onset of menstruation) and this pattern must be confirmed in 2/3 of menstrual cycles, but other attacks may occur at other times of the menstrual cycle.
Data Source: Data are from a post hoc pooled analysis of menstrually related migraine attacks in 187 women who participated in three double-blind, randomized, multicenter crossover trials of frovatriptan versus three other trip-tans for the acute treatment of migraine.
Anne MacGregor emphasized that menstrually related migraine is a distinct clinical entity Affected women find it considerably more problematic than migraine occurring at other times of the menstrual cycle.
Menstrually related nongynecologic complaints included lower back pain reported by 26% of the 13- to 16-year-olds and by 38% of the 17- to 21-year-olds; urological symptoms reported by 26% and 23%, respectively; and gastrointestinal problems reported by 14% and 24%, respectively.
This is a classic herb mentioned in herbals hundreds of years old for menstrually related migraines and women's hormone issues in general.