I hate periods, FACT!!!

Hey readers


You can never bitch enough about periods as a women (probably men love good bitch about how it impacts them too I imagine). I think my hubby is a bit sick of me mentioning the cruel fate that us women have to go through each month.

So, that is what a blog is good for a bitch and hell I am in the mood to rib mother natures head off!

Why do I hate periods, let me give you my reasons:

It is a bloody mess for a start. Sometimes you wake in the middle of the night and there is blood absolutely everywhere. It can come on unexpectedly as my periods are always late now since having children so can never probably time it.

The pain is excruciating and ever since I have had children my lower back pain is a killer every few days of the month. I have really pain in my abdominal and can interfere with getting things during the day.

I suffer every single month with a horrific migraine because of my period and the changes in hormone. I literally can not function probably as my vision gets blurred and feeling sick.

Having to cope with the spectrum of emotions, it is not just crying and then happy it is all the milder emotions in between suck has feeling fed up and emptiness.

It cost money for the products each move and you need extra space to store them.

The day before my period I am so bloated and feel six months pregnant.


The first day of my period I am exhausted and just finding it difficult to get motivated and to find that get go.



Cheers for reading X


Rhyming with Wine

10 thoughts on “I hate periods, FACT!!!

  1. Oh my goodness, you have my full sympathy, I suffered horrendous pain for years, but a chat with my GP and a Mirena coil, no more problems. My poor daughter, has taken after me and is in pain twice a month, so back to the GP to see how they can help her. Sending you big hugs and back rubs #DreamTeam

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  2. Yep, my sympathies, too! My cycles used to double me up in pain, even after taking over-the-counter pain relievers. Ugh! I couldn’t regulate my body temperature and I was so fatigued and miserable. My issue turned out to be massive uterine fibroids, which I had probably harbored for years but never knew. Finally I started gaining weight for reasons unknown and I knew there was a problem. An ultrasound revealed the “fruit basket” of grapefruit and lemon and orange-sized fibroids, and a hysterectomy solved the problem. So much freedom and relief! But although it’s all in my past, I remember those monthly struggles all too well 💐💐❤️

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  3. I so understand! I found similar when I came off the pill, I’d be so dizzy twice a month, it was terrible and the back pain and cramps were terrible (actually they weren’t great on the pill either after H was born). #dreamteam

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