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PMS and Menstrual cramps

Cramps are one of the most common symptoms of PMS.

For many people, the pain begins the day before or the day of your period, and can last, for some, up to three days into your period. However, for others, the pain can begin much earlier than this, a week before, or even more.

Many people are concerned that this indicates a problem with their period; this may not necessarily be the case, but understanding what is normal, and what needs further investigation is important.

A.Vogel PMS advisors look at menstrual cramps and recommends solutions to help you. There's also a Q&A service where you can get answers to all your questions.

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