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Should I be worried about having period pain?

Verified by Dr. Nancy Yen Shipley (she/her), MD, Orthopedic Surgeon
Our Answer
What our doctors say

Many period pains are normal because our bodies are going through hormonal changes every cycle! However, you should start to worry about your period pains once they leave you unable to move out of bed for months or if there are consistent sharp pains in your pelvis area. That could be a sign of ovarian cysts or something more serious that can affect your body in the long run. Check in with a doctor if you are experiencing any severe pain or ongoing irregularities.

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