5 Types of Period Cramps That Could Signal A Serious Problem

WOMEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE | on Thu, Feb 16, 5:28 PM

You could have: pelvic inflammatory disease[1] (PID), a serious infection of the uterus, ovaries, and/or fallopian tubes. An untreated STD such as chlamydia[2] or gonorrhea, both of which often have no symptoms, typically causes PID. "It's kind of an indolent pain, and it's not usually sharp or stabbing, but it's not comfortable," says Dweck. And when you get your period and your usual cramps get going, the pain from PID will feel even worse. What to do: Make an appointment with your ob-gyn p...

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