Some people always have painful periods, but the degree of pain, the location of the pain, and when that pain happens can be the result of treatable gynaecological problems like endometriosis, pelvic infection and fibroids (which can also affect fertility), so if your normal period pain is getting worse then come to see us.
Girls and women with heavy periods tend to have more cramping that is typically worst on the heavy days. If you need a surgically attached hot water bottle and regular painkillers, miss work or social engagements on a monthly basis then we can probably help… lots!
Abnormally heavy periods are usually associated with:
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