Period pain is a cramp-like pain in the lower stomach and back, which usually starts at the beginning of the period and lasts for a couple of days. Period pain is easier to prevent than treat. Painful periods are common in teenagers and young adults. Periods tend to become less painful as you get older. An anti-inflammatory painkiller often eases the pain. In most cases, the cause of the pain during periods is not clear. In some cases, usually in women in their 30s or 40s, a problem of the uterus (womb) or pelvis causes the pain.
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