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Answered 2010-12-03 11:34:22

Could be your ovulating? I get it when I'm ovulating I know the signs because we are trying for a baby

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i usually cramp and, eating more than normal, and my face starts to break out. but everyone is different



Well... Are you getting brown or yellow creamy stuff in your knickers? Are you feeling cramp in your pelvis? THEN YES



You get cramps because before getting you're period throught that time you usually eat lemon, chilli or anything that is irritating to the vagina that's why you get the cramps during your period


Maybe because your period could be starting soon. Or you are pregnant


A cramp free period means you had no cramps, nothing more.


Its very normal to cramp after your period.. some women wont cramp.. sometimes its common but nothing to worry about it will eventually go away


Yes, premenstrual cramping is common.


Yes, my wife says it can be the result of ovulation.


after a long period of exercise a muscle can cramp


The lining of the uterus is shedding and have to come out so you cramp.


of course you can then you know it is coming. <[- REAL


The cramp in your stomach is basically an alarm that your period will come up.


your ovaries don't have muscle so therefore do not cramp. what cramps is your uterus.


:) your period might just be late or you might just be pregant !


not usually , You wont notice really , you might get stomach ache if your nearly due for your period , but when you just start , it might cramp a bit , but it doesnt hurt as much as everyone says .


i just got my period today actually for the first time, and what happened to me was, i was getting cramp like feelings for a while, and then there was a brown spot in my underwear. so usually when you see brown in your underwear and on the toilet paper, it might be it.




A stomach cramp is when the muscles in your stomach tighten up. Which could be cause by numerous things such as: period cramps, needing to make a boul movement, stress and illness.


if you sometimes have cramp before and during your period it can indicate how HEAVY your period is or is going to be and if you mean you have cramp all through the month on and off and not directly around your period and you are worried then book an appointment with your GP because it is more likely than not caused by somwething else Hope i have helped =]


It depends on which type of cramp you're thinking about... If it's a menstruation cramp: hot water bottles and fast walking do the trick for me. If it's a cramp you get from being in a position for too long or turning part of your body the wrong way (i.e., your foot): I would recommend getting up and walking around or stretching the part of your body which has the cramp. Hope that helps!!


Yes it is normal to cramp 2 days before. I cramp 2 days before mine. So yes it is normal.