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Cramps during period

My girlfriend is on her period and having cramps. What can i do to be ther for her? Ideas? I really love this girl that im with and we just started dating this week. Her period also started this week and is having very bad cramps. She has been sick before and i got her chocolates and a card. Does anyone have an idea of somthing i can do to show my love for her?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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How sweet! Well, dark chocolate is best, lots of water, hot green teas, massages, heating pad for the stomach, and back, let her detressed, midol for cramps and headaches, and pms, veggies, and fruits, increased on red meat and protein, stretches, pep music, She can do for herself, but the massage you can do, rub her back, don't push for goiong out, watch a movie and popcorn and have a in night time. Hope this help. Will you go get her so female stuff at the store when she is out of them or not able to shop? My husband did, and it really makes a big difference of the trust issue.
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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