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Is something wrong with you if you have really bad cramps when you are and are not on your period?

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2005-12-11 02:13:08
2005-12-11 02:13:08

Really bad cramps -- whether you are male or female -- are NEVER normal. Please contact a doctor for answers to your specific problem.

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No, cramps are painful indicators that something is wrong.

Menstrual cramps are common but they are not a normal part of healthy menstruation - it's when you have menstrual cramps that there is something wrong. Taboos surrounding menstruation have a major effect on menstrual cramps so those who are more comfortable with their period are less likely to experience cramps, also note that most people can prevent cramps with lifestyle changes.

Most girls have their period before they are 16, if you are really concerned, I suggest visiting a doctor.

Im lost... You should really see a doctor tho. Ha dont take medical advice from strangers on the Wikipedia. But really, If that's the deal, then see a doc. :/

Yes something is wrong. You are suppose to have a normal period every month.

No, depending if you have strong cramps with or not, but you could contact your doctor.

i don't know why i have had it for almost 20 days i am to the point of thinking something is really wrong with me

Well your period is not always on time, sometimes you can be quite late but no, there is nothing wrong its natural. Unless you have been on the tablets that stop your period and you overdose by 4weeks like i did. Not fun. Sometimes you can get very pianful stomach cramps but next time your period comes it will not be as painful. If it is then well......ask your doctor! Jjust take a lot of parcitamal!!

If its your first period, then you dont really know if there's anything really wrong with you. But if your period came once and hasn't come for more than a month and a half, then there might be something wrong. But dont get scared. Usually periods come around every 4 weeks. :) It's basically natural.

If he truley likes you and something really goes wrong, he will still like you .

you should really see a doctor! they will be able to tell you whats wrong but i know enough to say that that is really something to see a doctor about!

No, there is nothing wrong with you. If you get to 18 and you still haven't had your period, you need to go and see the doctor

Something is really wrong...contact your doctor quickly... Something is really wrong...contact your doctor quickly...

No unless something is wrong with you

You are only thirteen years old, you have plenty of time to start your period. Most girls don't get theirs until there 15 or older. There is nothing wrong with you. Enjoy not haveing your period at a young age because there really isn't anything fun about having one, infact, with a period your going to have cramps and days where you do not feel good at all. You are only thirteen years old, you have plenty of time to start your period. Most girls don't get theirs until there 15 or older. There is nothing wrong with you. Enjoy not haveing your period at a young age because there really isn't anything fun about having one, infact, with a period your going to have cramps and days where you do not feel good at all.

nothing is wrong, your period will come! I once had steady cramps for 10 days before my period. It is perfectly normal, relax! :)

No, if that is normal for you then you are fine. If you all of a sudden went from 28 days to 21 then something is wrong.

no there is nothing wrong with you...just use a tampon when your in the water

No, nothing is wrong. Some periods are light and some heavy.

white or clear is normal yellow or green - means infection Red or brown- blood maybe starting period or left over period or maybe something really wrong.


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