Why do I get bad cramps before my period?

Menstrual spasms are brought about by uterine contractions (when your uterus contracts and relaxes permitting blood to leave your uterus). The covering of your uterus discharges chemicals called "prostaglandins." These substances can enhance the power of the contractions, particularly if the levels rise. Elevated amounts of prostaglandins may likewise bring about sickness and dizziness.

Some of these issues may begin a day or two preceding your period and can keep going for during or after your period. These signs could be brought about by other problems. So, contact your doctor in case of emergency.
 

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