What does it mean if you have cramping after your period?


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2011-02-06 08:00:22
2011-02-06 08:00:22

Totally normal to have cramping before and after

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Nothing it can still be part of your period. I had this happen all the time.

This will not cause period cramping or make you not have a period. This is a consequence of a fungal infection.

Hello there - Cramping without a period doesn't necessarily mean pregnancy sweetheart. It may simply mean your period is approaching but your cramping more than usual for you, or your ovulating, have a tummy bug or any number of things non-pregnancy related. If your period doesn't arrive then do a pregnancy test. Good luck and take care.

period pain is more lower than cramping and cramping is more pain when you are moving(motion)

Difficult to say. I wouldn't take cramping in itself as a indication you're pregnant. Wait till your period arrives.

yes it is normal, cramping is one of the signs that you will get your period soon

it means that your period just left and it coming back again to get you

Sometimes skipping the sugar pills can result in a earlier period which could be why you're cramping. After your period arrives the cramping should receed. Meanwhile don't miss anymore pills.

It could mean that you are ovulating. It could mean that your period will come soon. Or it could indicate that there is a problem in your ovaries, most likely a cyst.

Some women do experience abdominal cramping a week before their period is due.

it means either she's having her period or she has a stomach ace.

i don't think so because if your pregnant, you don't get your period

There can be many causes for this and I would suggest asking your doctor.

Depends on the severity of the cramping. Cramping like its your period is normal. watch for other signs.

It's normal to experience menstrual cramping prior to your period arriving. Some women also experience menstrual cramping after their period has finished and this is normal for them.

Cramping, nausea, and fatigue can be signs of pregnancy. These symptoms, along with tender, swollen breasts, and frequent urination are the first signs of pregnancy, after a missed period.

It can be or you are ovulating or getting your period. Just cramping is not enough to determine if you are pregnant or not.

That's perfectly normal! It coil mean that your getting ready to start. Or it could be tummy troubles

Period like cramping is called Braxton hicks contraction. It will be relieved by rest and positioning.

Yes, definitely. Many women describe early labour as period-like cramping.

cramps after a period are a regular thing. But having brown discharge?? You should probaly go see a doctor about it.

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