Are you familiar with that feeling when it is difficult to get out of bed once a month? You have stomach pains and there is a hot water bottle waiting on the nightstand? You put it there because you knew that you were going to get your period the next morning. I myself, have also had terrible menstrual cramps so I want to introduce you to the ways of how I decide to fight them and got rid of them too.
For as long as I can remember, the days when I had my period have been a big torment for me. During menstruation, the uterus contracts and thus the unfertilized egg pushes the exfoliated mucosa out of the body, which can cause severe pain. For me, it usually started with lower back pain and menstruation followed the next day. The first day was always the hardest, the pain was the strongest, I also felt nausea and headache. Sometimes it was so bad that I lay in bed until evening. The loved ones took care of the hot water bottle and warm soup or tea to keep me warm. Life then stopped for a whole day, once a month I missed a visit to the school and later college or work.