OK, so I had my period around the middle of last month. It started out like a regular period, but towards the end of it I start experiencing really bad cramping. This has never happened to me before. I actually stopped completely, but then my boyfriend and I went to the mall and I started to cramp so bad that I could hardly walk. I went to the bathroom and there was very light spotting. The cramps lasted pretty much all day, but were gone the next day. I thought they were gone for good until yesterday when I was sitting at work and I started to cramp again. I have no clue what's going on with my body right now. Has this ever happened to anyone else? I know that cramping can be an early sign of pregnancy, but I have a son and early in my pregnancy I didn't cramp with him at all. Besides pregnancy, what else could it be?
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