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light period bad cramps?

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Dr. Steve Drabek
36 years experience Family Medicine
Dysmenorrhea : Many possibilities. ?Sexually active, discharge, poss pregnant, infection, bc pills, try alive or advil (ibuprofen) if not allergic and if persists see a healthcare provider or your choice.
Answered on Apr 3, 2013

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