What is good for young ladies cramp i dont want her taking pills for every thing any other ideas

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Louise - posted on 12/18/2009

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evening primrose oil capsules they help balance hormones in women and should help

Sherrice - posted on 12/08/2009

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I am a massage therapist and natural healing is always best I recommend a regular massage and for her to use some aromatherapy oils like lavender that calms and soothes.

Vicky - posted on 12/07/2009

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Heating pads helps a lot. Don't allow her to drink a lot of cold liquids. She should drink hot liquids instead. Most of the time cramps comes from blood clots. Heating pads and drinking hot liquids help with the clots. You can get her the kind that she can wear all day, even to school.

Becky - posted on 12/07/2009

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Hi Katuri;
I am 37 and I still have the worst gut wrench, knee hitting cramps. All of these ladies are right I do all of these things and the combination helps.Within 12 hrs after they start they leave.So please have her do all of them.The day or so before make her go for walks or some type of exercise, heating pad on lower back a nice cup of hot (I have to have mine sweetend as well) tea, mine isn't flavored but my daughter likes the sleepytime tea, and a coupl(two) non asprin. Yes that is a pill but it help thin her blood just a little and help make the cramps go away. I only take two at the time my cramps are the worst and no more after( I don't like or believe in pill either, but in this case they do help alot).

Tracey - posted on 12/06/2009

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Quoting Kimberly:

i give my daughter (14) green tea she adds sugar of course but it works. it also helps her keep thin and healthy and she likes that. it is caffine free.



Sorry great ideas but green tea is not caffeine free, a common misconception.You can get decaffienated green tea

Susan - posted on 12/06/2009

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SORRY... I agree... Heat is a WONDERFUL basic treatment to start with... Regards xx

Susan - posted on 12/06/2009

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Hi, If you are able... take your daughter to a Naturopath. I"m in Australia & some of the Naturopaths here have various natural solutions to help. Kinesiology (I believe) may also be of some assistance. If the pain is very severe, you should have your daughter checked by your GP or a Gynecologist to make certain there is nothing more serious causing the pain

Teniesha - posted on 12/05/2009

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my daughter is now 12 she started at 11 i use heat to her abdomen and warm drinks she not a big fan of tea so i would just warm up some water and just a little sugar for taste and throw 2 kissses and a hug and check on her in the morning

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lightly dampen a towel and place it in the microwave to heat it (just a few seconds). The warm moist heat on her abdomen works wonders.

Lisa - posted on 12/05/2009

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MY daughter just relaxes on the couch.also the heating pad is great for cramps.

Debi - posted on 12/05/2009

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heating pads, and lots of exercise sit ups and leg lifts hot showers....
My daughter has never taken anything and she seems to cramp more then I ever did but kids now a days are not as active as we wants was.. Tea does not work for her as much as the exercises Hope she gets better may God Bless you

Melanie - posted on 12/05/2009

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A heating pad or hot water bottle works for, my daughter, also peppermint tea works for her as well.

Jamie - posted on 12/05/2009

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I have three teen girls, and they often use heat to the stomach area. The tea works too sometimes.

Cassandra - posted on 12/04/2009

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You can try the hot tea, peppermint tea works well too. The green tea is also a good as well.

Kimberly - posted on 12/04/2009

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i give my daughter (14) green tea she adds sugar of course but it works. it also helps her keep thin and healthy and she likes that. it is caffine free.

Sharon - posted on 12/04/2009

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try hot tea, it will help relax the muscles in the uterus, so they are not so bad

Teresa - posted on 12/04/2009

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Pure Camomille is a naturally caffeine free herbal tea that soothes and relaxes. I even have it for myself. When babies are restless and fussy europeans make them this tea with fennel in it to calm them. It is not expensive and 100% drug free.

Kathy - posted on 12/03/2009

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My OBGYN recomended Ginger Tea, If she needs something on the go,(school) try spearmint or peppermint gum or tictacs... they help

Ruth - posted on 12/03/2009

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i agree, pills can be over done. so this is what i do when i have cramps, use a heating pad or hot water bottle. the heat helps relax the muscles. drink lots of water it keeps the muscles hrydrated. drink rasberry tea, its good for the whole system and you can get it from the sleepy time teas at walmart and drink one cup a day. i hope something helps.

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