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I am a woman who can go through my period without any discomfort. Is there any way to make it stop before I pass out from not being able to get to the bathroom every couple hours on that date?

Pregnancy in women (in order to conceive) takes longer than in men and may induce a painless form of endometriosis, but it is not painless. The cervix is especially sensitive to the passing of blood, and if there is severe bleeding due to pregnancy, the vagina may become very sensitive to stimulation as well.

I have gone through my period and after I come back from the doctor’s office my periods feel worse. It feels like I have been in a room with an itch, and a light is blinking, the sound is getting louder, and things get a little blurry? Sometimes I feel that the light does that to me and things get very blurry. When I look right at my doctor’s eyes I see nothing. Can you help me with this? Thank you for your time!

Pregnancy and endometriosis both have their own set of physical requirements for effective treatment, so it would be best to talk about either of them with your doctor. If your period feels particularly bad and you have any symptoms of painful periods (such as cramping, discharge or pain) try talking about it with a health care professional about the possibility of a medical condition similar to endometriosis.

I am an 18 year-old kid, and have been going to the bathroom pretty often, often without hesitation! At this point I have been going to the bathroom every 2 times a day, and every morning I feel a lot better, but the pain just keeps building! I have been to the doctor, but it seems nothing is being done. I am confused. Is there any way I can get better in the short-term?”

My pain is getting worse, I am worried it may be endometriosis. I know it is something normal during middle school-high school and younger – so maybe I should take another blood test?

Painful periods are normal early in pregnancy (between 7 and 10 weeks), and they will usually lessen slightly with each subsequent pregnancy — especially if they are caused by the birth of the new baby, which can cause the mother’s blood to come into contact with the new fetus. Even though this may seem like a minor inconvenience at the moment