What is the first sign of your period?
Your period usually arrives around one to two years after. Discharge: Vaginal discharge (white or yellowish fluid) is usually a sure sign that your first period is on its way. You may want to start using ALWAYS pantiliners to protect your underwear. Your period should start in the next few months!
Can you feel your period coming out?
Sometimes women who have heavy periods also have lower abdominal pain. Some women feel like blood is just “gushing out” of them, or they might find the sensation very unpleasant. Some feel most comfortable if they stay at home on particularly heavy days.
Do Period cramps feel like you have to poop?
I can’t tell if I have cramps or need to poop — is that normal? Totally normal. Remember, uterine and bowel contractions are caused by prostaglandins, making it hard to tell the difference between the two. Plus, cramps are often accompanied by a feeling of pressure in the pelvis, low back, and even the butt.
Why do I feel like Im on my period but Im not?
Experiencing period symptoms but no blood can happen when your hormones become imbalanced. This imbalance can be due to a poor diet, excessive caffeine consumption, or heavy drinking. Gaining weight or losing weight can be attributed to a lack of proper nutrition, which can also affect your menstrual cycle.