A 35-year-old female asked:
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i am having painful cramping, which feels exactly like really intense menstrual cramps., i had novasure ablation 2&1/2 years ago with no periods since?

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Dr. Kevin Bernstein
9 years experience Family Medicine
A number of things: Lower abdominal/pelvic pain can be very difficult to differentiate as many things can feel similar to menstrual cramps. This is because there are a number of other organs in that location that can cramp - this includes intestines, urinary bladder as well as reproductive organs. Additional eval could be necessary depending on other symptoms. More info on HealthTap consult or doc visit could help
Answered on Nov 24, 2015

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