Cramping is sudden muscle contraction that you experience during your first trimester or during menstruation. It is a stabbing pain that can be mild to severe but is temporary and non-damaging. It is characterized by a pain in the lower abdomen and lower back pain. The other symptoms include nausea, dizziness and vomiting. Cramps can also indicate the presence of other disorders in the body.
HOW IS CRAMPING DIAGNOSED?
A healthy diet and regular exercises can help prevent menstrual cramps.