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Is it normal to have severe menstrual cramps after having my last child ten years ago, via c section?

Is it normal to have severe menstrual cramps after having my last child ten years ago, via c section?
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  • 'Shannon Marie Thompson' on
  • 05/19/2015
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  • Pramod Kerkar, MD, FFARCSI, DA
  • Pramod Kerkar, MD, FFARCSI, DA

Menstrual cramps are caused by contraction of uterus and shredding of endometrial epithelial layer during menstruation. C-Section does not change normal physiology of endothelial mucosal layer or uterine muscle contractions. You should see Ob-Gyn. If you are menstruating and experiencing pain, which was same as prior to C-Section then you should take meds as prescribed by OB-Gyn for menstrual pain. If pain is lot severe compared to prior pain then you should see your Ob-Gyn as soon as possible to rule out certain diseases like uterine fibroid or endometriosis.

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  • MicaCruz

This may happen with very less people. But we should know the ideas for such menstruation cramps. Thank you for sharing such useful ideas. Have a look over at cupissima.com for more ideas regarding menstrual cycle. It seems to be the best sharing feature for all about menstruation.

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