Cramps are sudden, involuntary muscle contractions that often cause severe pain. Abdominal cramps can be caused from enstruation, also known as a woman’s “period. It is the regular shedding of the uterus lining and vaginal discharge of blood when a woman is not pregnant. A woman’s period lasts between two and seven days and reoccurs on an average of every 28 days.
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