Alright so yesterday I went to the er, and I explained to the doctor that I felt like I have period pains, she says well you should be fine, well that's when I have the monitors showing contractions every 1-2 minutes...why do some people think that periods can't hurt, or they are no big deal! Every month I felt like poo, and I'm sorry I just don't think some people feel the same as others.
Update, yes I'm pregnant, hence the contractions! I'm 36 weeks today, and my baby is fully developed, w/ 2 ultrasounds to prove this. She weights in at 6lbs 3oz, which doesn't mean I want to have her now. The point is, I have a question, Do you think that it's possible that some people have worse periods than others? Why would a doctor go and just think that a period cramping is so minimal of a pain?
Menstrual cycles are different for every woman. Your pain might be from the Braxton Hicks contractions. About a month before I delivered I started having the BH's. My entire abdomen would get really hard and "contract". My back would ache and I would feel pressure in my pelvis and I also was swollen and puffy. Your so close to your finish line so BH's are just getting you ready. Is this your first child? Good luck.
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