Most women experience cramping and pelvic pain during menstruation, and these symptoms are usually mild. These are normal and expected as long as they remain in each woman's personal range of "normal." However, if the pain comes on suddenly or at an unusual time, or if pain is originating in the cervix, this can indicate a cancerous tumor. Regardless of the cause, however, this kind of pain should prompt women to speak to their doctors.
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