period question for the girls related to excercise and diet

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  1. low20

    low20 Member

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    just a quick question..

    me and my gf just started having sex, a few months ago..(condom and pulling out)...this month she is a few days late, only like 3 now maybe 4, but she also just started a new diet and hs been doing a bit of exercising at the gym. How much does diet and especially exercise effect your period the first month you start working out? I know or thought that exercising or starting to work out could hrow ur period off for a few months, but just wondring how much...we only have sex maybe once a week and its always with a condom and i never finnish inside her, so i highly doubt shes pregant or anything, just a few days late..anyway, info would help..thanks
     
  2. Laurel

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    a new exercise/diet plan can affect your cycle. Hell, stress can too. Many women have periods that fluctuate a few days. I was a week and a half late the month of finals
     
  3. VSismyheaven

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    I've realized when I change my diet before my period starts I can change when it starts and for how long it lasts. Eating less or differently definately pushes it back a couple days for me.
     
  4. Liddy

    Liddy Not enough cowbell.

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    Mine varies by a few days every month. If it's more than say 2 weeks, start to panic. Or see a doctor.

    And get her on birth control for god's sake!
     
  5. sugarnspice19

    sugarnspice19 New Member

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    Whenever I get into a mode of exercising more, it generally throws my period off by a span of up to a week. Also, changing my diet also tends to have the same effect. The healthier I eat and the more I exercise, the lighter and less frequent my periods are (probably 30 or so days between them). This is how it works for me, it might be along the same lines for your girl.
     
  6. low20

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    well she got it, bout 4-5 days late but she got it.....and i dont really think theres a need for her to get on BC just yet. we use condoms every time and I always pull out with plenty of time and I think thats more than safe enough, plus id hate for her to have to go on the pill, i know of so many people who have had some interresting reactions to all differnt types of it....anyway...
     
  7. [HRT]Squirrel Master

    [HRT]Squirrel Master New Member

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    yea my girlfriend was on it and damn near broke up with me it made her so bitchy... just get her on a low estrogen(sp) pill to combat that. you dont really need to pull out dude? just dont leave it in for 4 hours. she might think its better to finish in her and then pull out.
     
  8. Improvolone

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    Birth control will help to regulate the period I beleive
     
  9. [HRT]Squirrel Master

    [HRT]Squirrel Master New Member

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    makes boobies bigger sometimes too :) and clears up acne a bit
     
  10. Improvolone

    Improvolone New Member

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    Accutane>* for that...
     
  11. sugarnspice19

    sugarnspice19 New Member

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    Yeah, birth control can be playing with fire. I know a 30 year old who just had a stroke that was attributed to a bad reaction to birth control. With side effects like that, no thanks.
     

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