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Trying to conceive, cramps, light periods, short menstrual cycle. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hi, been trying to get pregnant for 6mths now got my period this month i always have suffered bad cramping, but this time it was really bad nothing ive ever experienced before my period only lasted 2 days and was light, it normal last at least 3-4 days and heavy the first couple of days. Now im still getting light cramping after my period and being tried could you help me possible put my mind at easy
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Pregnancy is possible only, if unprotected sexual intercourse is done around ovulation time in regular period. In your case, it is not sign of pregnancy.
You are probably suffering from dysmenorrhoea (painful period) and needs to rule out underlying pathology if any by one USG scan & pelvic examination. So consult with your doctor regarding this.
Do some basic following things:
1) avoid salty food/ coffee in 2nd half of period,
2) Avoid stress by yoga/deep breathing,
3) Control body wt by regular physical exercise
4) Take healthy diet with iron supplements and drink lots of water
5) use some medication like anti spasmodic for cramp
6) maintain personal hygiene and need proper sleep.
Be well and take care.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jul 2014
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