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Hrt can be treated by Estradiol, Premarin, Vivelle-dot, Progesterone, Prometrium (latest reports from 36,303 Hrt patients)
Menstrual cramps (menstrual pain) has been reported by people with tinnitus, abdominal pain, diarrhea, fatigue, dizziness (latest reports from 479 Menstrual cramps patients).
On Aug, 29, 2016
No report is found.
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Hello. My cycle and I have never been on good terms. I started when I was 9 and my cycle has always been irregular. I would start maybe a couple months then I would have months where I would miss. Then there were some where I was ok then I would have some where I was praying for the pain to ...
I've been on vagifem for only 4 days and today I have severe abdominal cramping. I don't have any women parts left to have cramping so I'm not understanding why this is happening. Also a severe headache today that will not go away.
My difficulties in life with pain began at such a early age of 13 when I started my menstrual cycle. Suffering in silence, not realizing that severe abdominal pain and excessively bleeding with clots wasn't normal. When I was 19 years old I was finally diagnosed with endometriosis and to my ...
Does anyone else have this issue? i just started taking Adderall,does your body get use to it after a while of being on it? I'm hoping that being on this med isn't going to cause me so much pain the entire time I'm on it. I've always had some pain due to PCOS,but it's way worse now.
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