my mame is Thalia and im 20 and i had a baby 2years ago and i have the same thing going on with me and it is crazy i asked my docter what is wrong with me they say there is nothing wrong but i Feel it every day and every where and my tummy and it wont stop in not having a nother baby so what is it are what can it be .............View Thread
I have had this same pain (rectal pain during menstruation) for a couple years and after reading the comments...
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I have had this same pain (rectal pain during menstruation) for a couple years and after reading the comments in this post tried the ibuprofin remedy and it really worked! i could not believe it! I had tried Tylenol, aspirin, aleve and never tried regular old ibuprofin. Try this it may help you too!View Thread
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