1. Menstrual Problems
Of course, there is always some pain associated with most women’s menstruation cycle, and it can vary from woman to woman, also depending upon each particular woman’s overall tolerance of the pain. However, if you are a woman and have experienced what can be considered typical menstruation cycles, you can definitely tell when something just doesn’t seem to be quite right. This type of pain can begin about a week before the period during ovulation, and it can continue up to one week after the menstruation has ended. The pain is generally a cramping sensation, but much more intense than typically experienced during menstruation.