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Period pain and perimenopause

Period pain can be a symptom of perimenopause

Most of us probably see menopause as the end of the endless cycle of stomach cramps and abdominal pain. Unfortunately, due to fluctuating hormones, it’s still possible to experience period pain without actually having a period. In this article, our health experts will help you understand this phenomenon and explain how herbal remedies can help alleviate spasms and discomfort.

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