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Is cramping for a week after your period normal I had cramping from 2 weeks before my period until now a week after All negative pregnancy tests Any ideas?

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2008-03-02 00:26:35
2008-03-02 00:26:35

Hi I hAVE HAD THE SAME THING! HAD A SMALL PINK SPOTTING 1 WEEK BEFORE PERIOD AND CRAMPING THAT FELT MENSTRUAL THROUGHOUT THAT WEEK.. ON THE DAY THAT MY PERIOD WAS DUE, I HAD BROWN DISCHARGE THEN NOTHING. THE NEXT EVENING IT WENT A RED COLOUR AND STAYED THAT WAY UNTIL THE FOLLOWING NIGHT WHEN IT WENT BROWN AGIAN AND STAYED THAT WAY FOR ABOUT 5 DAYS...NOT HEAVY BROWN JUST LIGHT FADING TO JUST THERE WHEN I WIPED. THIS WAS ACCOMPANIED ALL WEEK BY MILD CRAMPING AND THEN THE CRAMPING GOT STRONGER AGAIN WHEN THE BROWN DISCHARGE ENDED. I AM USUALLY REGULAR AS CLOCKWORK AND ONLY GET CRAMPING WHEN MY PERIOD HAS STARTED AND I AM ON MY HEAVY DAYS. I AM 37 AND CONFUSED! ANY HELP OR ADVISE WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED!!!

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