Why am i getting bad cramps but no period?
Have you been experiencing unexplained stomach pains and cramps while your monthly flow has been missing in action? Well, well, well, if it isn’t the latest mystery plaguing women around the world. Fear not fellow cramp-sufferers as we take a deep dive into this pain-inducing topic.
Could it be PMS
Before you chalk up those pesky unbearable cramps to anything serious, let’s first check the most common cause—premenstrual syndrome (PMS). It’s possible that our dear Aunt Flo may have temporarily misplaced her schedule and decided to delay things.
Women commonly face sore breasts, swollen ankles or feet, headaches (just what we need!) before their periods even begin. Just like how every story can’t start from chapter one; similarly every woman does not necessarily follow a clockwork-like menstrual cycle either. Cravings’ eating habits could also disrupt your regular rhythms.
Oh so pregnant!
Perhaps you haven’t considered bringing forth new life-forms into existence but ask yourself these questions:
1) Has any form of birth control failed lately?
2) Have I skipped/jumped/snuck out of taking my pills?
3) Did 2020 get boring enough for me to consider extra activities between my sheets?
If you answered “yes” to any of them honey then start putting two-and-two together because guess what—it’s always somebody’s birthday nine months down the road! Don’t overlook pregnancy testing because ‘silly-me’ sounds better than ‘mommy-me.’
PCOD – Polycystic ovary disorder much?
Wondering why there is an ongoing rave party in your ovaries where only cyst-erhood prevails? If yes love then don’t make guesses at ‘if’:
Symptoms will include:
– Acne akin teenagers after spring break
– Weight gain that occurs out of nowhere (gets me every time)
– Sudden hair loss happening which doesn’t seem like your usual bad-hair day.
PCOS is a hormonal affair where the ovaries contain many small cysts. These growths may affect hormone regulation and lead to missed periods, terrible pain when they finally arrive or not show up at all. Consult your doctor right away if any such symptoms persist for an extended period.
Too much relief can be dreadful
Hey ladies–have mercy on yourself cause who wouldn’t want to bid farewell to painful periods! But let’s consider this, while it might sound tempting for others it could mean something more sinister hidden beneath.
If you suddenly cease having menstrual cycles after completely relying on an intrauterine device (IUD), then get someone nice enough to drive you asap because some things shouldn’t have changed over dinner last night!
Can I Avoid Experiencing This?
Yes madam; everything starts with prevention but what exactly? Well here are few easy solutions:
It’s always advisable (by Google obviously!) that checking your food intake habits is critical before anything else. The only relationship we need now is the one between our tummy and us so chewy ones wisely!
Avoid fatty/oily/saturated foods especially during those days you-know-what-is-coming. Instead increase good fat content in diet like omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon or flax seeds
Who needs menstruation cramps when you already put yourself through several muscle pains, amirite? Taking care of all parts of the body includes these little monsters too. Running/ jogging/cycling 30 minutes per day will help reduce stress levels thereby reducing discomfort caused by PMS changes.
One benefit would also be strengthening core muscles around abdominal regions resulting in stronger support leaving less room for unpleasant surprises.
Short yet effective, these exercises can come in handy when Demonday, I mean Monday’s approaching sooner than expected and with few modifications for those lazy enough to do it regularly.
It is how the world works right? Balance is key–while we acknowledge that hormonal changes are natural let’s not just sit on our hands; bring forth change just like all Instagram influencers tell us about. Natural ways of balancing hormones should be prioritized and good news! This means no expensive treatments or medication!
Some methods include
– Consume more fiber-rich diets which includes whole-grain bread/cereals, veggies/fruits.
– Reduce caffeine or other stimulants such as alcohol
Well in summary, ladies (or some gentlemen who came by), take a deep breath – you’re not alone! There could be plenty of explanations why this has been happening but don’t forget to trust those instincts too. If something isn’t feeling quite right, get yourself checked out by a medical professional immediately.
Let’s adopt healthier eating habits followed by consistent exercise routines along with maintaining your hormonal balances before you automatically assume the worst-case scenario.
You have time to write your own storybook so embrace all changes around yo(u) with positivity and optimism because nothing beats self-care(displayed through life motto windows)
Always remember that prevention is better than cure—so keep up great work folks until then say hello sweet potato fries!!!
Cheers To Healthier You !