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The sensation of painful menstrual cramps (or dysmenorrhea) usually occurs before your cycle begins or during the first few days.
Because qi helps the blood flow easily, stagnation can lead to delayed periods with clots and pain (dysmenorrhea) or periods that don’t come at all (amenorrhea).
About 50% of women of reproductive age deal with period pain, medically known as dysmenorrhea.
Primary dysmenorrhea, on the other hand, refers to menstrual pain not due to any evident pathology.
Plus, its symptoms can be similar to those of other conditions, like irritable bowel syndrome, a condition called dysmenorrhea (or super-painful periods), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and more.
In 2017, a review in the journal Magnesium Research stated that magnesium deficiency may play a role in a number of gynecological conditions, including premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and dysmenorrhea.
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