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Why don't I have headache,cramps,back pain which I usually have during periods ?

I am on my period , but i am not having any pain or symptoms. This is not normal for me. I usually have to take Midol Every few hours to ease the pain. But this time I am not bloated, no headache , No cramps , No back pain . What could this mean? Is it something I should be concerned about?
Asked On : Tue, 14 Jun 2011
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Pain during periods is common and every female has little or more and so do you.Also a female comes to know about her periods with the symptoms of low back pain;cramping pain in lower abdomen;mood changes etc;these are premenstrual symptoms.If you have the premenstrual symptoms then the severity of the pain and cramps if it is low it is normal.Just to be sure you can get examined by a Gynaecologist and see it.As far as possible it should be normal.
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