reproductive health


Question by  nina (17)

Why do my legs ache during my period?


Answer by  Rose (6804)

It is very common for women to have ache's in their upper legs during the menstrual period. It is caused by changes in your hormones and could be an indication of endometrocis. If it becomes bothersom you should consult with your doctor to rule out anything serious. Get plenty of rest and take warm bath soaks.


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Your body lacks magnesium and calcium during this time of the month. Because the muscles in your legs require these vitamins to do an adequate job in contraction, it is good to consume them because it will decrease the ache in your legs.


Answer by  bo (874)

Aches all over your body is normal to have during your period. It is because you body is going through changes hormonally. Take a pain releiver.


Answer by  Mallika (449)

Your leg aches during the period is due to the body not involved with the period. It takes one or two days to correct it.

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