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You've never thought about how a blind woman knows she started her period and when it ends, amirite?

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uh, they can probably feel it...

@guineasaurusrex uh, they can probably feel it...

But what if they started out at dinner or something. You aren't really able to "feel" it until after a couple hours.

morgunbattlezs avatar morgunbattlez Yeah You Are -9Reply

interesting thought... but im sure they are a lot more in tune to their bodies and can tell somehow...

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People who are missing one sense often have very refined other senses - and I imagine blind people would be more aware of their bodies, having to navigate them through surroundings daily.

Also, a blind adult would probably have some sort of carer, and if not that, someone who checks up on them a few times a week.

Simons avatar Simon Yeah You Are +22Reply
@Oh Simon, always patrolling the period posts.

I don't look for them, honestly.
Just when they appear on the Home Page, I might as well comment.

Simons avatar Simon Yeah You Are +9Reply

They probably smell it. =/ ew.

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Omg. That would suck.

llamalover102s avatar llamalover102 Yeah You Are +6Reply
@Lucky_Number_13 Cramps?...

I get cramps a couple days before so cramps don't always mean you've started.

I'm sure they can feel it when it starts. A lot of girls can.

@chocolatecakeisbad I'm sure they can feel it when it starts. A lot of girls can.

Exactly, I usually feel it coming rather than check and see if there's blood

I have thought about it. I wouldnt be surprised if they wore pads every day just to be safe and not to worry about it.

I can honestly say I never thought of that until just now.

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They would probably know when they start feeling dizzying from ejecting half their blood out their hoo-ha.

@TheVoiceOfReason They would probably know when they start feeling dizzying from ejecting half their blood out their hoo-ha.

Blood from your menstrual cycle is not the same blood that is in your circulatory system. Being on your period is not equivalent to losing blood.

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