When Are Pelvic Cramps Not Normal? (find the real underdiagnosed culprit)
Emma has had pelvic cramps on and off for seven months. At first, it did not cause any alarm because most of the time, the pain is manageable. She always thought that the pain would eventually disappear because it is common for women to experience pain in their pelvic region during the menstrual cycle.
But as time went on, the cramps became more severe and lasted longer. The dull ache that she experienced even got worse during her period, and her urge to urinate increased. She also noticed large and bulging veins in the near pelvic region.