Why do I have cramp AFTER period?

Fibroids or Hormonal. Uterine menstrual cramps are due to the release of a substance called Prostaglandins that cause uterine contractions to help expel menstrual tissue/fluid during your period. Hormonal changes or uterine fibroids or polyps can lead to persistent cramping, especially in women over 35yrs old. Try ibuprofen or naproxen. Seek medical attention if ur cramps persist; asap if they worsen.

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Why do I have cramping after my period? The cramping can often last till my next cycle on and off. My husband and I have been trying to fall pregnant

? Gynecological. Cramps before, during, and possibly for a short time after a cycle are not uncommon but having cramps everyday of the month may not be gynecological. Endometriosis should be considered but your history is not typical. Would recommend an evaluation. Read more...