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Approaching the menstrual day, the lower abdomen is swollen and painful, occasionally slightly tingling and uncomfortable to pull.

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It's the day of menstruation. My aunt hasn't come yet, but her stomach is uncomfortable, some flatulence and pain, occasional slight tingling, and a sense of pulling. It seems that she's uncomfortable inside. Raising her legs is like her lower abdomen is tight and uncomfortable, but she's uncomfortable for two or three days. How can I get back if my aunt hasn't come yet? I haven't had any stomach discomfort before menstruation. Ask the doctor to answer, thank you

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