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    Default TMI Warning: pain

    Ladies. Does anyone out there get real achy when they have their period? I've had two kids, one c-section and one natural (second) and sometimes I really feel like I'm just going to all drop out!! It's excruciating! Thinking of going to get a heat bag to stick in between my legs!!! (Real classy)

    I have a script for Ponstan but found that didn't really help. They aren't cramps, it's more like a dull, painful, constant ache.

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    I've got endometriosis and adenomyosis and I get that feeling like everything is going to fall out, plus a heap of other symptoms. I hate that constant ache feeling

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    I have endometriosis and have had two kids. Sometimes the ache is so bad I just want to cry. I find lying down and resting as much as possible which I know is difficult with kids but it does help. Pain relief doesn't help at all.

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    I think I know what you mean. I find all my lady parts feel engorged and heavy and really quite painful when af is around.

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    Yep yep yep. I get this every AF and have since day dot. It's horrible. I actually have put a wheat pack down there plenty of times! I don't find painkillers help it much unfortunately. The joys 😁


 

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