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OB/GYN expert Dr. Nita Landry suggests the following:
- Heating pads
- Hot baths or showers
- Eat healthy foods
- Avoid fatty and salty foods
- Limit excess caffeine and alcohol consumption
- Sip ginger and cinnamon tea
- Achieving orgasm can also ease cramps for some
"It doesn't work for everyone, but it might work for you. It not, you're still having an orgasm!" Dr. Nita adds.