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Study suggests that inflammation is behind period pain

12:00pm Thursday 23rd June 2016 content supplied byNHS Choices

"Scientists have finally discovered why periods hurt so much, following a ground breaking study into menstrual pain," The Independent reports. A new study suggests that the pain is caused by acute inflammation, as measured by the C-reactive protein...

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