3. Cramping with No Cause
Cramping is a very common medical symptom that means your body is generally unhappy with something. Depending on the type of cramp you experience it and where you feel it in the body it can mean a few different things – and be caused by just as many different factors.
In some cases, cramping is related to gut or intestinal health and might just be a temporary stomach upset. It might be related to intestinal health and be a sign of something more serious than you thought at first.
Sometimes cramping is due to nutritional depletion due to a recent illness or because of hormonal changes in the body.
But cramping can also be a tip-off to have your health checked out for infections, one of which can include trichomoniasis if you show enough of the symptoms.
Any cramping with no obvious cause means that something is wrong: Most causes of this are easy to treat, including parasitic infections like trichomoniasis.