reproductive health


Question by  worker4984 (29)

Why am I having menstrual-like cramps but I already had a period?


Answer by  lovelife (998)

Your body responds to hormones that are regulated by your body. If your hormone level is not leveled, you may experience cramping, bloating and pain much like you experience during a normal cycle.


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Cramps occur throughout your cycle; although, they are usually more deep and painful during your period. Lack of magnesium and calcium increases cramping. Ovulation cramping is also painful and is on your side where you are ovulating. It changes each month from one side to the other.


Answer by  apocalv (217)

Menstrual cramps may go on after the period but it can also be something unrelated so if it feels different see a doctor.


Answer by  bo (874)

Sometimes women have cramps in their side about two weeks after they start their period. These are the result of ovulation. They will ususally go away in one to two days.

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