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#43 - thisotherdude (05/14/2013) [-]
Out of genuine curiosity how bad is a period really? I know I don't really have any basis to make assumptions here but I get the feeling that a lot of these kind of things over-exaggerate it.

Sorry, deleted the last comment because I wrote puberty instead of period, it's late.
User avatar #196 to #43 - lustuad (05/14/2013) [-]
Some, you hardly notice as far as the pain, but it makes things like moving around hard even if it isnt painful.

you can sneeze and its like Niagara falls.
and then theres just the blood that escapes to where you dont want and then everyone makes fun of you that theres blood everywhere.

women lose a lot of underwear that way .



Mine personally when on BC were not bad at all. Once every four months or longer I would have that one that was like "urk... uncomfortable"
but it lasts a day, and is gone after that usually.

I am unfortunately one of the people who were messed with as a child, so now if I am not on BC, its 6 decibels higher than the pain from a 1inch kidney stone, and 2 decibels above childbirth.

I only know because when they didnt believe I had such debilitating cramps, they sent me to a doctor and stuck these tiny needles into the nerves around that area.
and a thing monitored the intensity of the cramping/pain signals whatever I was 12 I dont remember how it worked.

I only remember how much pain they said it measured.



#183 to #43 - allinall (05/14/2013) [-]
Sometimes I cannot physically get out of bed. My cramps are debilitating, and just as soon as I think I can get up and walk around, gravity kicks in and blood spews forth like the Niagra falls from my vagina, so i have to lay back down just so i don't go through a box of tampons in less than an hour, and then eventually the cramps start back and thus the cycle repeats
Sometimes I cannot physically get out of bed. My cramps are debilitating, and just as soon as I think I can get up and walk around, gravity kicks in and blood spews forth like the Niagra falls from my vagina, so i have to lay back down just so i don't go through a box of tampons in less than an hour, and then eventually the cramps start back and thus the cycle repeats
User avatar #58 to #43 - skylerr (05/14/2013) [-]
For some girls it is really bad. My best friend gets really bad cramps that sometimes it puts her in tears, and she gets really bitchy because she is in so much pain. But for me my period lasts 3 days and i feel fine, no cramps and no mood swings. It really honestly depends on the girl, but some girls do like to be dramatic about it.
#54 to #43 - 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."   
   
reposting my comment for you ~
"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."

reposting my comment for you ~
User avatar #57 to #54 - thisotherdude (05/14/2013) [-]
So some chicks get really lucky and can breeze through it like almost nothing and others have just had god (the cunt) wail on them with a bad luck bat? Makes sense.
#121 to #57 - Womens Study Major (05/14/2013) [-]
Yep. My friends, most of them, have super easy ones and don't hurt much...

Mine sometimes hurt so much that I throw up. And pass out.
#48 to #43 - Womens Study Major (05/14/2013) [-]
Personally, I don't find the actual period that bad... I get some cramps the first day but they easily disappear with some Tylenol... What I hate is having to check for red spots on my ass 24/7 and limited mobility from always wanting to keep my legs together... that's just my experience.
User avatar #44 to #43 - snakefire (05/14/2013) [-]
I've went 22 hours without eating

I assume its like that, only with the shedding of internal flesh involved.
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