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Cramping more in one side?
#1
This is something that only started happening recently. I noticed that since I had a kidney stone, the opposite side where the stone was is where I can feel more severe cramping pain. This is not every month but it seems like it happens a few months on, a few months off. I am not sure if it is related or not to my kidney stone, I just noticed it happening since then. What could be doing this?
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#2
I don't think this would have anything to do with a kidney stone, but that is just me. Have you thought about asking your doctor? it is not unheard of for hormones to change every 5 to 9 years and pains during menstruating to change. Might have just been a coincidence as far as timing goes.
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#3
This is likely just standard cramps. We sometimes get them more on one side over another and this can change as you get older. I didn't have any cramps when I was younger and started getting them in my 20's and from there, the pain has flipped sides for years now.
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#4
Cramps can be felt a lot strong on one side so you may be cramping in both but because the pain is worse, you don't even feel the other side hurting. Mine has done this in the past but it usually is nothing to worry about, at least that is what my doc said.
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