My periods have decided to come and go when they want. To start I never had cramps and bleed very little for 3 days then I had my first child who was a c-section baby. After c-section my periods were very heavy and very very painful. The first day it was best I just stay in bed layin on heat. I was told my uterus is backwards. Instead of flowing with gravity it fights againist. Now 14 yrs later it likes to skip a month here and there. but I never start the same time every month. Like for example from aug till now this is how it has been. Aug. start date was 8-15 then skipped sept and oct start date was 10-25 then nov start was 11-5 then Dec start date was 12-10 all were 3 days heavy with med cramps till Dec. Dec was 5 days very heavy,lots of clots with charlie horse like craps on left side. Maybe 4-5 times a day. One time I was standing in kitchen fixing a drink when the pain hit me and was so bad i went to my kness doubled over. Any advice what is going on?View Thread
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