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User avatar #50 - GhandisPimpCane (05/14/2013) [-]
to be honest with my girlfriend when she's on her period she is the same maybe some small cramps once in a while and actually more horny. I think its a excuse for some women to have a pity party and have an excuse for everything. some but not all
#64 to #50 - totex (05/14/2013) [-]
agreed!.
#53 to #50 - HorriblyCrazy (05/14/2013) [-]
Hormone levels and severity of cramps (etc) vary from person to person.   
Some women need to take iron supplements to stop from fainting or becoming anemic. Others need to go to extreme measures to deal with mind-shattering cramps that can hurt enough to make them vomit, or faint.   
Birth control pills help with many of these problems, but may carry unpleasant side effects on their own, like weight gain and health problems. Usually these are minimal at best, but weight gain can be 20-30lbs for some women, and the pill may cause heart problems, stroke, or more.   
Periods can also cause womens boobs to be extremely tender, their backs to hurt, and a bunch of other 						******					 stuff.   
Luckily for some women, cramps stop after childbirth, though for some women they worsen, or are simply never a problem.   
It's all genetics and luck, and either way, it's not a healthy process. Tampons and pads have chemicals in the from the manufacturing process, blood is EVERYWHERE, you probably have to sleep differently to avoid waking up in the red sea, and tampons can actually extend a woman's period by 1-3 days.   
   
Oh, and some women's periods can last for months at a time.   
   
MONTHS.   
   
oh, and the hormones that make some women bitchy, or happy, or crazy horny, can also cause women to be suicidal.   
   
every   
   
single   
   
month.   
   
(typically.)   
   
.gif related.
Hormone levels and severity of cramps (etc) vary from person to person.
Some women need to take iron supplements to stop from fainting or becoming anemic. Others need to go to extreme measures to deal with mind-shattering cramps that can hurt enough to make them vomit, or faint.
Birth control pills help with many of these problems, but may carry unpleasant side effects on their own, like weight gain and health problems. Usually these are minimal at best, but weight gain can be 20-30lbs for some women, and the pill may cause heart problems, stroke, or more.
Periods can also cause womens boobs to be extremely tender, their backs to hurt, and a bunch of other ****** stuff.
Luckily for some women, cramps stop after childbirth, though for some women they worsen, or are simply never a problem.
It's all genetics and luck, and either way, it's not a healthy process. Tampons and pads have chemicals in the from the manufacturing process, blood is EVERYWHERE, you probably have to sleep differently to avoid waking up in the red sea, and tampons can actually extend a woman's period by 1-3 days.

Oh, and some women's periods can last for months at a time.

MONTHS.

oh, and the hormones that make some women bitchy, or happy, or crazy horny, can also cause women to be suicidal.

every

single

month.

(typically.)

.gif related.
#162 to #53 - femalealert (05/14/2013) [-]
Ugh when I went on birth control mine lasted for five weeks. Thank god mine are not very bad but even then it was just getting excessive. I started getting lightheaded after a couple weeks. Worst part is getting birth control made me go from no cramps or anything to suddenly having bad cramps.
#129 to #53 - anonymous (05/14/2013) [-]
The worst part is when you wake up in the morning all the blood that had pooled overnight floods out at once and there isn't anything that can handle that big rush of fluid so there is always blood everywhere. Unless you're lucky enough to get really light ones.
User avatar #202 to #129 - lustuad (05/14/2013) [-]
or lucky enough to get preperiod cramping so youre smart enough to just put one on "just in case"
User avatar #77 to #53 - ithinkihaveaids **User deleted account** (05/14/2013) [-]
OH QUIT IT ALREADY, how many times have you copy pasted this already?

you have friends, right? so please stop complaining here and talk to them if you have so much problems with your periods.
User avatar #59 to #53 - GhandisPimpCane (05/14/2013) [-]
ya i completly agree with you I've just known some dramatic women in my life who have used it as an excuse. I know for some it is very serious. Just saying some tend to abuse the situation like people pretending to be war veterans
#60 to #59 - HorriblyCrazy (05/14/2013) [-]
I think it's far use when maybe someone gets to skip ahead in a lunch line because she's not feeling well and just needs to go eat right away (especially if they're getting dizzy or lightheaded), or wants to lay down during class and goes to the sick room,  or gets free tea or something. Some girls really do need to sit out of activities, or work somewhere else where they find it easier to focus. They also might just genuinley need to lay down (strategically) on the couch, curled up in a ball, eating chocolate and watching the Breakfast Club.   
Personally, I think it's okay to stay home from school or less serious commitments when a girl is having her period, if she's just having a really really bad day.   
When I first started mine, by brother came home to find me laying face down on the living room floor, half crying, half just letting tears leak from my eyes, and humming with my cat sitting on my back and Fresh Prince reruns on TV; I really did feel like if I moved, I'd collapse in a heap with a migraine serious enough to get the government to allow me to shoot myself in the face to spare myself from suffering.   
It can get really bad, and usually the best idea is to just assume the woman is telling the truth, because you're not in her body and you don't know what she's experiencing.   
   
My teacher lets me make tea in class everyday because he knows I have some anxiety and depression that I'm working through and I never get enough sleep (unrelated to periods).   
To other people, it probably looks really unfair, but they don't know the full story, and he'd do the same for them if they were in my position.   
It's all about percpective.   
   
Some women are just bitches in general, but don't let that cause you to make unfair judgement or assumptions of other women because of it.
I think it's far use when maybe someone gets to skip ahead in a lunch line because she's not feeling well and just needs to go eat right away (especially if they're getting dizzy or lightheaded), or wants to lay down during class and goes to the sick room, or gets free tea or something. Some girls really do need to sit out of activities, or work somewhere else where they find it easier to focus. They also might just genuinley need to lay down (strategically) on the couch, curled up in a ball, eating chocolate and watching the Breakfast Club.
Personally, I think it's okay to stay home from school or less serious commitments when a girl is having her period, if she's just having a really really bad day.
When I first started mine, by brother came home to find me laying face down on the living room floor, half crying, half just letting tears leak from my eyes, and humming with my cat sitting on my back and Fresh Prince reruns on TV; I really did feel like if I moved, I'd collapse in a heap with a migraine serious enough to get the government to allow me to shoot myself in the face to spare myself from suffering.
It can get really bad, and usually the best idea is to just assume the woman is telling the truth, because you're not in her body and you don't know what she's experiencing.

My teacher lets me make tea in class everyday because he knows I have some anxiety and depression that I'm working through and I never get enough sleep (unrelated to periods).
To other people, it probably looks really unfair, but they don't know the full story, and he'd do the same for them if they were in my position.
It's all about percpective.

Some women are just bitches in general, but don't let that cause you to make unfair judgement or assumptions of other women because of it.
User avatar #203 to #60 - lustuad (05/14/2013) [-]
im only faving for the gif...
User avatar #62 to #60 - GhandisPimpCane (05/14/2013) [-]
dont worry it hasnt, i hope your problems work out though. I know i had insomnia during high school, may have been due to cutting weight for wrestling but now in college i knock out just fine and have no depression any more. Good luck
User avatar #211 to #62 - HorriblyCrazy (05/14/2013) [-]
thanks
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