paenian answered Monday March 28 2005, 10:50 pm: kidneys clean your blood of impurities and nastiness - a hurt kidney could be very serious, but in this case it's probably due to swelling in the region. Ibuprofin will reduce the swelling, but you should ask your doc/gyne to check it out just in case. [ paenian's advice column | Ask paenian A Question ]
twynelyne answered Saturday March 26 2005, 11:15 pm: those aren't your kidneys those are back cramps! and yes.. they can be normal. put a heating pad on your back or take a hot bath.. pop in a couple of asprins you'll be ok
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Peachgirly answered Saturday March 26 2005, 3:55 pm: yes itz normal to have cramps and for it to hurt like around the stomach and adominal area during your period. you can take some pain relievers like tylenol or midol. you could apply heat to the affected area like a warm little towel dipped from a bowl of warm water or <a href="hot%20water" onmouseover="window.status='hot water'; return true;" onmouseout="window.status=''; return true;">hot water</a> bottle. [ Peachgirly's advice column | Ask Peachgirly A Question ]
Karen answered Saturday March 26 2005, 3:07 pm: Yes, it's normal for your kidneys to hurt when you are on your period because it's just menstrual cramps. They shouldn't cause you a lot of pain when you're on your period but if they do, then you should take Midol or any other pain relievers. If they still hurt, then you should see a doctor.
-Karen [ Karen's advice column | Ask Karen A Question ]
Brunettesweetheart2468 answered Saturday March 26 2005, 3:07 pm: Yes, that's normal. A lot of girls get cramps around that area when they have their period.
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