crampy

Related to crampy: cramping style, cramp one's style

crampy

(ˈkræmpɪ)
adj, crampier or crampiest
1. (Physiology) affected with cramp
2. (Physiology) resembling cramp
3. (Physiology) causing cramp
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Every month for four days you feel exhausted, emotional, irritable and crampy.
Gastrointestinal symptoms are also considered to be a part of anaphylaxis and can include nausea, crampy abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea (Campbell & Kelso, 2016a).
She also suffered from crampy abdominal pain, especially during the menstrual cycle.
This crampy yet open public transportation will let you bounce and bang sideways and it's fun way to observe the Filipino way of life.
periumbilical tenderness and intermittent crampy abdominal pain.
He was admitted the day before with severe lower crampy pain in his abdomen.
A few projects are rather strange, such as a huggable uterus pillow for crampy days, little dolls made out of tampons, and salt-dough ornaments inspired by vaginas.
A 42 year old Ethiopian male patient presented complaining of crampy abdominal pain of three days duration, followed by frequent fecaloid vomiting and failure to pass feces and flatus of 24hours duration.
As any girl who's been bloated, crampy, broken out, headachy and gorging on brownies knows, PMS is officially The Worst.
He was in his usual state of health prior to an acute onset of epigastric pain which was dull and crampy in nature, 8/10 in intensity and associated with nausea and 10-12 episodes of nonbloody vomiting.
The 1 minute TVC subtly juxtaposes the experience of a tightly filled crampy journey on another airline with the luxurious Emirates experience.
Three-quarters of recurrences were categorized by investigators as moderate in severity, meaning they entailed crampy abdominal pain, recurrent vomiting, diarrhea, a barky cough, stridor, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing, shortness of breath, and/or moderate wheezing.