ok i dont know if im in the right place but if there's anyone here that can help me pleaseeee tell me what to do...ok so since the first time i started my period i have realy bad cramps on the first day but i am talking BAD cramps...i get nausea with them too...it's this horrible pain where i have to go to the hospital and get treated for it with an iv...at first this would make me miss school..and now i miss work because of this...someone told me after i had a baby cramps would go away, well i have my fiirst baby already and they are still very bad cramps, is there anyhting i can do to prevent them? or at least make them less painful? i tried birth control once and it worked but that is not an option right now....i hope someone can help me with this especially since i dont want to miss work once a month thanx
hey when I first had my period I had absolutely horrible cramps that made me sick and I ended up going to the hospital also. I ended up having ovarian cyts. I got put on birth control for this reason. You may just want to go to a doctor and bring it up cause cysts on your ovaries can be very dangerous!!! Hope it helps!
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