But it is important to emphasize that when colic begins to interfere with your quality of life, preventing you from working, walking and performing normal activities in daily life, it is no longer considered normal.
Cramps that fall out of the normal range can be signs of problems such as endometriosis or even a cyst in the uterus.
If the pain does not go away with the treatments, seek help from a professional who can closely assess your case.
Symptoms of colic vary with each organism. Most women feel strong twinges in the uterus, while others experience severe back and leg pain, nausea, diarrhea, tiredness, headache, dizziness, vomiting and even fainting.
To help relieve menstrual cramps, naturopathic herbalist André Resende has prepared a recipe for a beneficial tea that controls pain.
Tea to assess menstrual cramps
-1 grated nutmeg;
-10 bay leaves;
-1 tablespoon of fennel (seed);
-2 tablespoons of flower chamomile;
-1 liter of water.
Bring the water to a boil. When it is boiling, add the other ingredients. Bring to a boil and cover the container. When the water has boiled, turn off the heat and smother the container for about 20 minutes. Then strain the drink and serve. Try to have a cup (of tea) five times a day.