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I found something that was probably heaven-sent lol. It helps me so much, maybe it will help you. I buy raspberry leaf tea (not just rapberry tea is has to be raspberry LEAF tea) and i put 2 bags in one cup and it cures my moderate-severe menstrual cramping (in about 20 minutes).
I usually take it when I start feeling slight cramping. I end up drinking 4 cups a day sometimes. It's a pleasant tea.
However, I only buy this tea from Raley's: http://www.gnc.com/product/index.jsp?pro...
I don't know if others will help..this tea is an infussion and has to steep for 10-15 minutes not like other teas.
You can't "heal" them, I'm afraid - they're not an injury, so they don't take healing, as per se. Take some codine - or whatever a good powerful on-the-shelf painkiller is where you live, something better than paracetamol - and hold a hot water bottle (or, ideally, one of those hot lavender bags) to the painful area. I hope you feel better soon!
you can lay off the salt, drink plenty of water and no caffeine, eat chocolate :) (but that causes acne), eat healthy :( , hot baths,
ibuprofen, bananas, lay a hot water bottle on your tummy, gentle massage, and if your at school you can go to the little girls room and get a hot damp paper towel and sit down with it on your lower abdomen then go back to class....
hope you feel better soon, take care.
<3 Gracie <3
Source(s):expierience, the body book: american girl, and proof
I have read that it helps if you stroke over where the pains over and have a lie down but if your in class just stroke your stomach.
Hope this helps.
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