Every month when your period comes along, period cramps might come with it. Some females only get small aches that are barely noticeable, however, some get cramps so huge they can't move. This is a normal part of the menstrual cycle, however, it can be extremely inconvenient. Also, period cramps can be really annoying and painful when trying to get on with everyday life.
Luckily, there are multiple ways of relieving some of the pain. These include applying heat to your tummy (hot water bottles, warm towel) and exercise. For more go to this link: http://tampax.com/en-us/tips-and-advice/my-first-period/why-do-i-have-menstrual-cramps. It explains why periods cramps occur, how to deal with them, and what to do if they get too bad.
The website also talks about how, if your pain is extremely bad, it is possible that you have a condition that worsened your pain. You should go and see your doctor even if you aren't entirely sure something else is increasing the pain. They can always help and give you some extra pain killers to help deal with it.
This topic is relevant to female puberty because the majority of females tend to get period cramps and want to know a way to get rid of them. This post can hopefully provide them with answers and help them get on with everyday life pain-free.
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