Is waist and hip pain a sign of having my period?

See MD. If this is not your normal pattern and the pain persists, get it checked out.
It sure can be. The question is, is this normal for you ? Also, does the pain persist after your period starts ? If this is not your normal pattern and the pain persists, get it checked out.

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Try to stop menses. It is not enough info to know with certainty that adenomyosis is the cause of your condition. So you may benefit from more thorough investigation. However, due to clear connection of the pain with your cycle, you may attempt to use continuous regiment of birth control pills to avoid cycling. It'll hopefully prevent the changes associated with menses to cause the pain. Read more...

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