Ease menstrual cramps by applying heat to the abdominal muscles, drinking plenty of fluids or by taking some kind of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory over-the-counter remedy. Get health check ups and exercise regularly to ease menstrual cramps with tips from a registered nurse in this free video on family health.

Expert: Beverly Bitterman
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Bio: Beverly Bitterman began her career as a registered nurse working in Cardiac Intensive Care.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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10 Comments

  1. crackkorn814

    Heating pads dont even hrlp me anymore. I hate this??

  2. Hamish

    it did not work and im 9 years old and it stared when I was 8

  3. BioShockRules

    When people tell me to exercise I just flip around on my bed in pain until
    I fall asleep 5 hours later

  4. HoneyBlossomDimples

    *Fetal position on bathroom floor crying in pain*

  5. p0pps

    Maybe to get a consultation and ask them whatever questions

  6. Delicious

    First time getting my told my brother I pee and it was red he
    nearly had a heartache cause we were kids we didn’t know any better. It was
    funny looking back at it at his face only we had
    YouTube back then oh here he gotta …….

  7. DailyStormGorgeous

    I never had a gynecologist or any doctor for me, is it necessary to have
    on? I’m eighteen

  8. Honeycake

    Since so many suffer from dysmenorrhea, why hasn’t there been a creation
    for a 100% medicine to help everyone? It would be better than what there is
    out there.

  9. Troll

    Why would anyone be excited. For one thing, I think most females were too
    young to even care about that.

  10. runfaced

    Then you’ll have to take hormonal pills everyday.