Why Am I Cramping 2 Weeks before My Period?

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There are a number of explanations for cramping before two weeks before your periods. Just after ovulation, the follicle growth might stretch the surface of the ovary, resulting to pain. When you are ovulating, fluid or blood is released from the ruptured egg follicle which may cause irritation of the abdominal lining.
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It's not menstrual cramp but it can feel that way. You are ovulating and some women notice none of this and others do.
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ovulation. i always cramp during ovulation. sometimes it can feel pretty painful. i always get stringy, stretchy cervical mucus with it though so i know its ovulation.
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After your period, your uterine lining thickens to provide nutrients for a fertilized egg that may eventually grow into a baby. If the egg that is released mid-month is unfertilized
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PMS is usually at its worst during the 1 to 2 weeks before a
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