Neomenor

WHAT IS NEOMENOR

NEOMENOR helps normalize painful monthly periods. Each NEOMENOR tablet contains 400 mg of standardized extracts from stalks of:

  • Astragalus glycypyhyllos (Wild liquorice) - 260 mg;
  • Erodium cicutarium (Redstem Stork's Bill) - 70 mg;
  • Geranium sanguineum (Bloody Cranesbill) - 70 mg.

Tablet ingredients also include microcrystalline cellulose, copovidone, povidone and magnesium stearate.

The basic biologically-active substances of NEOMENOR are:

  • polysaccharides and monosaccharides;
  • triterpenoid glycosides;
  • triterpenoids, saponins and sterols;
  • hydroxyphenolic acids and ketones;
  • flavonoids.

NEOMENOR is the first nutraceutical especially created to permanently relieve painful menstruation symptoms. NEOMENOR supplies the organism with substances essential for the metabolic processes that guarantee normal menstrual cycles. In some women these substances are out of balance, which leads to painful periods, menstrual cramps and even migraine.

HOW DOES NEOMENOR WORK

HOW DOES NEOMENOR WORK Period cramps are caused by strong contractions of uterine muscles due to hormone-like substances called prostaglandins. NEOMENOR’s biologically active substances inhibits the sinthesis of prostaglandins and their secretion into the uterus, hence strong muscle contractions are reduced and menstrual cramps disappear.

Some of NEOMENOR’s active substances have progesterone-like properties. Consequently NEOMENOR restores and regulates hormonal balance and relieves nervous tension before and during the menstrual cycle.

What makes NEOMENOR different from the other pills used to fight dysmenorrhea

Why NEOMENOR Dysmenorrhea has so far been treated mainly with painkillers and spasmolytics. They influence pain and contractions, but not the reasons for this condition, and besides their effect is rather short-term.

NEOMENOR has been especially created to treat dysmenorrhea and eliminate the reasons for its origin.
NEOMENOR is not a painkiller and because of this you might need to take pain relievers during your period before the completion of the full treatment course. NEOMENOR does not interact with painkillers and may be ingested together with them. After regular NEOMENOR intake, pain will subside with each following period until it is completely gone, which will also eliminate the need of painkiller intake.

WHO SHOULD NOT TAKE NEOMENOR

Don't take NEOMENOR if you have ever had an allergic reaction to any of the tablet’s ingredients.

WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF NEOMENOR

No side effects and contraindications are yet known. Tolerance is very good, which allows NEOMENOR’S safe intake for a long period of time.

HOW TO TAKE NEOMENOR

Take 1 NEOMENOR tablet twice a day for 20 days. Start taking it 10 days before the beginning of your menstrual cycle. If you have irregular periods and you are uncertain about the beginning of your period, start taking NEOMENOR on the 10th day after the beginning of menstruation. Repeat for at least three successive menstrual cycles.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

menstruation Each month the uterus lining gets thicker preparing for an eventual pregnancy. After ovulation, if the ovum is not fertilized, the uterine endometrium is no longer needed. During its shedding, it releases prostaglandins that provoke uterine contractions during menstruation and ensure the excretion of menstrual tissue and blood from the organism. But if the level of prostaglandins is very high, this could lead to frequent and painful cramps.

Painful menstruation characterized with a dull and/or pulsating pain in the lower abdomen before and during menstrual bleeding is called dysmenorrhea. In more severe cases pain can be accompanied by vomiting, headache, sweating, general weakness, etc.

Dysmenorrheal complaints appear at the onset of menstruation or during the first day and continue from several hours to 1-2 days. Sometimes they start days before the onset of menstruation and continue as long as the period itself.

Types of dysmenorrhea

Dysmenorrhea can be primary and secondary:

  • Primary dysmenorrhea appears as early as the first periods in a girl’s life. It is not related to a gynecological disease. It often becomes more tolerable when a woman approaches her thirties and usually disappears after the first childbirth.
  • Secondary dysmenorrhea is more typical for women over 25 years of age and is a manifestation of a gynecological disease.

NEOMENOR’s biologically active substances influence the causes of painful periods. They:

  • decrease the secretion of pain-causing substances;
  • regulate hormonal balance;
  • suppress the contraction of the smooth uterine muscles, which irritates the nervous endings in this part of the body and causes pain.

NEOMENOR is effective in the complex therapy of primary and secondary dysmenorrhea. In cases of primary dysmenorrhea, it can be taken independently or together with painkillers. In cases of secondary dysmenorrhea it can be applied together with basic disease treatment.