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Charile, I still contact my nurse specialist on occasion.if I have a question re my shunt or other so it’s fine and they are happy to help if it means you can move forward.
Periods can cause some extra hormonal unbalance and in turn the disruption post bleed mans we get strange effects and maybe don’t cope so well.
Try and Look at your diet in the run up to your period, maybe consider taking some extra vitamins supplements for women , b etc and also including things like bananas etc 5hat have magnesium etc in it but take advice and maybe ask your nurse if they advise anything,
yes main thing is If things get worse then get checked.
Just remember you aren't a burden or a crazy person, you are a survivor! The nurse specialist's role is to support so hopefully she will do that. I know mine was really helpful and didn't make me feel a pain at all.
Good luck let us know how you get on