During a woman’s menstrual cycle (her period), the uterus contracts as a way to assist in shedding the lining. What causes the uterus to constrict, is what is called prostaglandins. This hormone-like trigger causes the inflammation and pain, and that overall is what causes the menstrual cramps.
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