Hello, i remembered a while back i had this awful pain and wondered if any women on the implant (i am on the implant) or any other BC or women who have had children can help.
i am not too concerned with this as it only happened twice, but it was out of the blue and i am very curious. i have never been pregnant or given birth so i dont know what contractions are like. However, one night i was watching tv and then suddenly i got his feeling like a cramp but in my uterus, it tightened and was almost like someone with sharp nails was grabbing it and twisting it and squeezing it....lasted about 30 seconds and was probably the most painful thing i have ever experienced...i thought leg cramp was bad! happened again a couple of mins later but not as intense as the first.
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