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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!!