Cramping in abdomen

Hey girls! We all have menstrual problems. Do you want to know what the reason for cramps a week before the period is?

Ok, let’s start.

Period cramps are also what we can call menstrual cramps. Pain that comes before or during menstrual time is known as medical term as dysmenorrhea. There are some common symptoms of dysmenorrhea. These are:

1. Cramping in the lower abdomen:

Cramping in the lower abdomen is one of the sign for occurring the period.

2. Low back pain:

Low back pain is a common symptom of period-related reasons such as PMS.

3. Pain radiating down the legs:

Endometriosis leg pain or pain radiating down the legs feels like a stabbing sensation. It may get worse when you will walk or exercise.

4. Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Headaches:

These are the common symptoms during the period. And these are the normal part of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). A hormone i.e. called prostaglandin circulates around your body during your time of the month. It can cause nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and headache. 

5. Weakness:

During your period time, you will feel very weak because of heavy menstrual bleeding.

Yes, menstrual cramps are very uncomfortable and also annoying enough during your period time. It can be even more frustrating when you start feeling cramps but you know your period is still days away from now. Having menstruation cramps before a period is normal, but it can also be a sign that something else is happening. But understanding the reasons that you might be getting cramps before the period will help you to find ways of noticing the issue.

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