Menstrual cramps shouldn't last very long. If you take some pain pills, that should stop the cramps.
Just speaking from experience. You shouldn't have pregnanacy cramps?? When I was miscarring I had severe cramping but that was later on the preganancy. Do you have spotting or bleeding? If so, contact your doctor right away! Have you miised you scheduled period? Menstrual cramps feel similar to inital labor pains, but of course the labor pains become much more intense. Good luck to you. THE REAL ANSWER RIGHT HERE!!!!!! yes...you should have cramping during pregnancy because your uterus is making way for the baby. yeah you can have misscarrage cramps but c'mon, everyone knows about implantation cramps.....
sitting too long, menstrual cramps, bruises, or running a lot can cause your butt to become sore.
There is absolutely nothing that you can't do while menstruating.Exercise is absolutely fine during menstruation as long as you are comfortable, although exercise can ease menstrual cramps for some exercise can increase cramps. A good alternative if this happens to you is to take up exercise like yoga which is gentle and stretching can ease cramps.
The menstrual cycle typically lasts 28 days - but everyone's cycle is different. If fertilization does take place then there is no menstrual cycle, this would continue into pregnancy.
If you suffer from menstrual cramps it's best to avoid high impact sports that put strain on the body - you know your body best to know what you can handle, if you can do something like long-distance running or sprinting without increased discomfort that's fine. The best exercise during menstruation is something gentle that involves breathing and stretching the abdomen, yoga is particularly good for dealing with menstrual cramps.
Menstruation can be painful, but not always and no one should tolerate pain thinking that it's normal. Menstrual cramps are common but not a normal part of healthy menstruation, most women can easily prevent cramps as long as there is no underlying health problem.
No, it isn't bad to have your menstrual cycle longer than 4 days. The term menstrual cycle means the reproductive cycle, which is typically 28 days long. If you mean menstruation then this is normally between 5-7 days long but a little shorter is fine too.
cramps are seizes you get for being in a position too long
Yes as long as you keep the Ibuprofen dose low.
No, ibuprofen is perfectly safe for you and your baby during pregnancy and even afterwards, as long as you follow the directions on the packaging. Think, what does the hospital give babies when they are little and sick? Ibuprofen or Tylenol. Don't overdose! But if you are feeling uncomfortable from cramps or pains ibuprofen is perfectly acceptable. NO, ibuprofen is not safe to be taken during pregnancy.....drs recommend using aceteminophen during pregnancy, and the lowest dose recommended on the label. ibuprofen is typically sold as Motrin or advil, aceteminophen is sold as Tylenol. the reason that ibuprofen isn't recommended is due to the anti-imflammtory ingredients found in that particular drug. ask your dr for other safe alternatives to any medicine you may require during pregnancy Dont listen to the first answer, listen to the second!! Ibuprofen is NOT NOT NOT safe. In recent studies of a small hole being formed in the fetus' heart, a stressor/main cause was the usage of ibuprofen products. ACETOMINOPHEN only!
The menstrual period lasts on average 5-7 days. The typical menstrual cycle is around 28 days long.
I had a bad cold once, and i tried both of them and ibuprofen was the best long lasting.
The luteal phase after ovulation is typically two weeks long on average. So two weeks prior to your period lines up with ovulation when it is possible to conceive. It is unlikely to have any symptoms of pregnancy two weeks before your period. Good luck!
a long freakin time
The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, as long as she is fertile she is always on her menstrual cycle. You can't tell where she is in her menstrual cycle unless she tells you.
Yes it is, though doctors try to avoid narcotics, as long as you're honest, and you have tried over the counter pain killers and none of them have worked then yes it will help. Helps me too. :)
I am having a very bad menstrual cycle with cramps and clots. I have not had one in over 3 years. wondering should i go to the doctor or just see what happens and how long. I have had menopause for the last 7 years and my cycle stopped completely in march of 2005
your menstrual cycle will last about 7 days
Menorrhagia is the medical term meaning abnormally heavy or long menstrual periods.
Yes, ibuprofen can be taken in conjunction with Depakote as long as it is an over the counter brand. If it is an ibuprofen that is mixed with a form of narcotic pain medication, it can not be taken with Depakote.
about a couple days