mrs_radcliffe answered Saturday April 9 2005, 10:14 am: There isnt away from them to go away faster, Just eat right and keep health and that should make you feel more happy and ready from your competition on monday. Cramps take paracetamol! they might be called different over there but i dont no, Gental exercise can sometimes releave the pain of cramps and use a hot water bottle the night before your competition.
karenR answered Saturday April 9 2005, 4:37 am: Unfortunatley there isn't. You can regulate them somewhat if you are on the pill but they don't go away faster. They just have a mind of their own! Hopefully by Monday it will be done or will have slowed down at least.
ShYbl0nD3 answered Friday April 8 2005, 11:23 pm: when i get cramps i usually take a nice hot bath or a get a rag and run it under hot water to make it go away.
You cant really make your period go away faster but what usually helps is to excersize and then i guess it will stop sooner. [ ShYbl0nD3's advice column | Ask ShYbl0nD3 A Question ]
LiL_MeXiCaN answered Friday April 8 2005, 11:21 pm: o yea i hate it when that happenes no i dont think there a way for peroids to go faster but i know how to make it stop ....ok so all u got to do is eat something sour a lot of it pine apple works best...for example orange juice lemon but PINEAPPLE JUICE works BEST.....hope it wokrs it worked for me [ LiL_MeXiCaN's advice column | Ask LiL_MeXiCaN A Question ]
Karen answered Friday April 8 2005, 11:06 pm: Nope, there is no way to get your period to go away faster and there will probably never be a way in the future. If your competition is on Monday, then your period flow should be light by then and you can just use tampons, if you use pads.
For cramps, you can take Midol or a pain reliever such as Alieve, Advil, or Tylenol. You can take a hot bath and that will help soothe your cramps. Taking a heating pad and putting it where the cramps are will reduce the pain of them. Resting also helps and so does drinking water.
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