I am an active 48 year old woman and over the past 2 months I have been experiencing severe period pain at least a day before my period arrives. It is enough to stop me in my tracks and it can last for half an hour or so. This has never happened to me before. I'm also feeling as though I want to urinate more, but I do drink a lot of water. It feels as though there is a little bit of urine that sits at the end of the tube. It does not burn, but it is annoying.

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