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Period pain, or dysmenorrhoea, is pain during menstruation. The pain is referred to as muscle pain located along the lower part of the abdomen which can spread to the back, hips and thighs. The pain could be mild to intense and dull to constant. Pain starts as soon as menstruation starts and usually lasts for hours. There is often no need to take any treatment since pain usually goes away on its own.
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