Dysmenorrhea, better known as painful periods or menstrual cramps, is the pain that is often accompanied by the start of menstruation in the absence of other diseases such as endometriosis. Primary dysmenorrhea occurs with no underlying cause.
In the bottom right region, Lower, In the bottom left region
Pain begun between 6 months and 2 years after menarche
Usually starts just before menstruation and lasts for hours or days
Radiates to the back, Radiates to the thighs
Crampy, Chronic or persistent pain, Stabbing
Feel like vomiting
or Throwing up
Have never given birth or carried a pregnancy
If you have Primary Dysmenorrhea, then a visit to a general practitioner is recommended.