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My uterus area seems to hurt, Is this normal ?

Hi.. I just started to exercise and I do a 20 min high intensity treadmill workout (varying the speed and inclination every min). At the end of the routine, my uterus area seems to hurt. It is similar to menstrual cramps and seems to be a slow throbbing which means that it peaks every 5 sec, goes down to no pain and back. This continues for about 0.5 hours. Is this normal ?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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thanks for choosing health care majic.and congratulations for walking a good health.If you have started exercise recently do not jump to vigorous one from very beginning.Go slow on speed and time.the problem that you have could be due muscular pain in the area due to fullness.and make sure so this workout on empty stomach.And immediately after workout have some cooling off period and do not drink too much immediately after.
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