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Menstrual cramps. Why do I have them?

I have been going through the change of life for abut 6 years (no period for that long) I have the whole 9 yards of systoms, I have not gotten any medical care or hormone replacement , my question is I am having really bad menstral cramp(huh)not sure why but when I walk I want to double over what do you think it could be?
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Hello madam,well most women have abdominal cramps during menustration, some face severe cramps...dis is because of release of prostaglandin......Prostaglandin(PGF2 alpha) causes uterine cramps leading to dysmenorrhoea. ...Some women with endometriosis have unbearable cramps....prostaglandin synthetase inhibitors, group of drugs like mefenamic acid may be useful.....i would suggest you to consult your gynaecologist in case of severe dysmenorrhoea so as to rule out endometriosis...hope i was helpful to you. .....
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