What causes cramps during menopause?
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Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Intestinal issues: Menstrual cramps are no longer an issue as the periods have truly stopped in menopause. The only exceptions are the presence of uterine or ovarian growths post menopause that are enlarging which can be easily ruled out by a pelvic GYN MD exam.
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Last updated May 2, 2016
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