Women in their 20s experience some significant changes in their body. Emotional imbalances, hormonal changes and issues ‘down there’ trouble almost every woman. But tackling them appropriately could help in coping with these new challenges. We have listed a few common health warnings that you should not overlook.
Pelvic pain can be the result of various diseases and health conditions. If you experience this pain, do not neglect it as this can be associated with your reproduction system. Immediately see a gynaecologist and get yourself treated.
In your twenties, you ought to be extremely high on energy. But if this is not the case, then it’s a matter of concern. Facing constant fatigue could be an indication of anemia. Lack of physical activity, poor diet, anxiety or depression, could be some other possible reasons. Consult a doctor and know the root cause of extreme fatigue.
If your sex life is active and you experience itching or pain while urination, get yourself checked for sexually transmitted diseases. Early diagnosis and treatment could prevent complications and serious physical illness.
With growing age, women experience fluctuation in hormones. This could lead to change in size or in some cases, pain in breasts. You need to pay more attention if you feel lumps, swelling or pain in nipples. It is important to examine weird symptoms as they could lead to serious health issues.
Not many of us know that mental health issues can develop at any age. Even in your 20s, you may experience symptoms of bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and major depressive disorder. The feeling of social withdrawal and confused thoughts could also be the signs of mental illness. Women may also experience frequent mood swings. This could be the result of hormonal changes.
Constant headache is a serious problem that needs immediate medical attention. There is a possibility that you may be suffering from some infection in your central nervous system. Consult a doctor if you experience a constant headache. (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock/ Thinkstock)