- Mix in magnesium
Take a supplement containing 360 mg a day of this essential mineral to help keep uterine muscles relaxed
- Don’t forget the fish oil
Take a supplement containing 1,800 mg a day of EPA and DHA to help prevent menstrual symptoms
- Take vitamin E in advance
To help prevent severe pain, take 400 to 600 IU of vitamin E a day for five days, beginning two days before menstruation
- Make time for a checkup
See your healthcare provider to find out if your dysmenorrhea could be caused by a treatable medical condition
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