Could these be ovulation pains? Dull cramps and lower back pain... my cycles are all messed up because i had two d&cs three months ago. I started my period two weeks after my second d&c it lasted 4 days. 21 days later i had another period that lasted 2 days then 32 days later i had a 6 day period lol now its been 10 days since that period started (4 days since it ended) and i have been cramping today. We did the deed last night (withdrawl method but we arent very safe about it) but i think it would be too early for that kind of cramping right? This cramping so annoying ! Could it be ovulation?
Cramping at the start of cycles can be dysmenorrhoea which gets exaggerated after procedures like D&C. Also another cause can be pelvic infection. Use of painkillers and anti-spasmodic agents may help. Consult a gynaecologist for an internal examination. Hope this helps.
Take care and good luck.
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