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Is it possible to have a period with no cramping?

Is it possible to have a period with no cramping?

Yes: But most of us don't have that kind of luck. For everybody else, i suggest an NSAID such as Ibuprofen or naproxen, started at prescription strength doses 1-2 days before you expect the cramps. They work much better if they are in your system when the problem begins, instead of waiting for the cramps to get bad & playing catch-up. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have last period before getting pregnant? Cramping on left side, back aches, white discharge, swollen breasts, eating more n sleepi

Is it possible to have last period before getting pregnant? Cramping on left side, back aches,  white discharge, swollen breasts, eating more n sleepi

Of course!: Each woman, since having her first period as a teen, will have had a last period before getting pregnant. That means there is always a menstrual period that came prior to getting pregnant. After delivery, she will have her next period, usually some months later. ...Read more

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Is it normal to cramp after you have a period?

Is it normal to cramp after you have a period?

No: Menstrual "cramps" are co ntractions of the uterus and are most prominent in the first days of flow. "cramps" after a period arelikely caused by something else. ...Read more

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I have a 'period' that has come 24 days after than my last one, what could it be? I have all the cramps of a normal period

I have a 'period' that has come 24 days after than my last one, what could it be? I have all the cramps of a normal period

May be a period: 24 days is long enough to be a normal cycle, so what feels like "all the cramps of a normal period" may really be a normal period. If there are no strange symptoms, one can wait to see what the next period brings. ...Read more

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Is it normal to not have a period for 4 months when usually it's regular along with cramping and back pain?

Is it normal to not have a period for 4 months when usually it's regular along with cramping and back pain?

Amenorrhea: During the majority of your reproductive years you should have a period every 1-2 months. It sounds like you may not be ovulating regularly, which will lead to a build up of endometrial tissue and eventual heavy and/or prolonged bleeding. Its time to see a gyn for some blood work and maybe a provera (medroxyprogesterone) withdrawal. ...Read more