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Period Pains. Where do you....

(14 Posts)
Nbg Tue 26-Jul-05 19:13:51

get them?

Strange question I know but my AF has just arrived and once again I'm starting to get the horrible back ache and pains down the front of my legs.


The back pains I reckon are quite normal but the leg ones. Hmmm.

Anyone else get leg pains?

Nbg Tue 26-Jul-05 19:20:10

Just me then.

charleepeters Tue 26-Jul-05 19:21:03

I get a dull ache in my hips and a more non dull ache in my back and stomach - i also feel swollen and bloaty

Nbg Tue 26-Jul-05 19:22:43

Great isnt it!

happymerryberries Tue 26-Jul-05 19:22:55

I ache down the front of my legs as well

charleepeters Tue 26-Jul-05 19:25:12

i hate period pains

Bellie Tue 26-Jul-05 19:26:47

i ache down the back of my legs

Nbg Tue 26-Jul-05 19:27:49

Why the legs though?

Back and stomach I can almost understand but the legs?
I'm going for the paracetamol now

happymerryberries Tue 26-Jul-05 19:28:27

Damned if I know! But I do get pains there. Dull achey ones

spursmum Tue 26-Jul-05 20:00:56

I used to get them from the middle of my back to my knees. I'd be in agony for the first 3 days of my period. But since having my ds I now only get the occasional twinge. I once read a medical remedies book(one of those pocket things!) at misdee's home which said the only way to get rid of the pains is to have a baby!!! PMSL!!

Hausfrau Tue 26-Jul-05 20:02:22

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Donbean Tue 26-Jul-05 20:05:57

Yes me too, tops of legs and lower abdomen.
I feel deathly tired this month as well.

joanna4 Wed 27-Jul-05 18:41:11

I have a ladycare magnet you can buy them in avon catalogue now it is an absolute godsend i never need painkillers now try it -it changed my life.

4kids Wed 27-Jul-05 21:31:39

I get them in my legs as well & when i'm ovulating i get the same pains as if i'm about to have a period.

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