Neomenor

WHAT IS NEOMENOR?

NEOMENOR is a condition-specific supplement that supports normal menstrual periods. Each NEOMENOR tablet contains 400 mg of standardised extracts of:

  • Astragalus glycypyhillos, 260 mg
  • Erodium cicutarium, 70 mg
  • Geranium sanguineum, 70 mg


THE MAIN BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES IN NEOMENOR ARE:

  • polysaccharides and monosaccharides;
  • triterpene glycosides;
  • triterpenes, saponins, and sterols;
  • hydroxyphenol acids and ketones;
  • flavonoids.

Neomenor is a dietary supplement.

HOW DOES NEOMENOR WORK?

NEOMENOR supplies the body with a number of biologically active substances that play a key role in the metabolic processes that take place during menstruation. In women who lack sufficient levels of these substances, supplementation restores their balance in the body, which increases comfort over the duration of the menstrual cycle.

WHO SHOULD NOT TAKE NEOMENOR?

Do not take NEOMENOR if you have had an allergic reaction to any of the tablet ingredients.

WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF NEOMENOR?

There are no known side effects of the product or contraindications to its use. Due to its excellent tolerability profile, NEOMENOR can be taken for a long period of time. 

HOW TO TAKE NEOMENOR

Take 1 tablet of NEOMENOR twice daily for 20 days. Start taking the product 10 days before the onset of your period. If your menstrual cycle is irregular and you cannot predict the first day of your period, start taking NEOMENOR 10 days after your period starts. Repeat this regimen for at least three consecutive menstrual cycles.

STORAGE

Keep NEOMENOR in its original packaging at a temperature of up to 25°С and out of the reach of children.
Do not use the product after its expiry date or if the integrity of the packaging is compromised.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

менструален цикъл The lining of the uterus swells every month in preparation for a possible pregnancy. If the egg is not fertilised after ovulation, the uterus lining is no longer needed and is shed. Breakdown of the uterus lining is associated with the release of prostaglandins, which trigger uterus contractions during menstruation and make it possible for uterine tissue and blood to be expelled from the body. In some women, prostaglandin levels can become too high, which can cause repeated and frequent episodes of painful cramps.

Painful menstruation, characterised by a dull and/or throbbing pain in the lower abdomen experienced before and during menstruation, is called dysmenorrhea. In more severe cases, the pain may be accompanied by vomiting, headache, sweating, general weakness, and other symptoms.

The pain experienced during menstruation is caused by intense contractions (cramps) of the uterine muscles triggered by hormone-like substances called prostaglandins.

Until recently, only painkillers and spasmolytics have been available to alleviate dysmenorrhoea (painful menstruation). They work to alleviate the pain and cramps, but do not address the causes of dysmenorrhoea and have a very short-lived effect.

Dysmenorrhoea symptoms occur just before menstruation or during the first 24 hours after bleeding starts, and can last from several hours to up to 1 or 2 days. They sometimes start days before the onset of bleeding and last throughout menstruation. 

Types of dysmenorrhea

There are two main types of dysmenorrhea: primary dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea.

  • Primary dysmenorrhea can be observed as early as in the first menstrual cycles of a young woman. It is not associated with disorder of the reproductive organs. It often becomes more tolerable as women approach 30 and usually goes away after the birth of the first baby.
  • Secondary dysmenorrhea is more typical in women over 25 years of age and, is generally caused by a disorder in the woman’s reproductive organs.