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No blood? [NSFW]

Asked by Akame009 (77points) 3 weeks ago

Alright girls I need help lol. I’m getting cramps and have been really moody lately but haven’t gotten my period this month which is really unusual. So is it possible to get my period, but without the blood?

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Dutchess_III's avatar

Have you been sexually active?

SergeantQueen's avatar

I think it’s more of a “leading up” to your period than actually being on it. I don’t think you can get it without the blood?
You say it’s unusual, are you not eating right? or different from what you normally?
Are you exercising more?
Are you not sleeping right? getting more or less then what you normally?
Are you having sex?
There are SO many things that could affect your period, making you late and/or miss a month. It’s really almost impossible to tell what is causing it except for pregnancy, that’s obvious.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Well, since she isn’t coming back I’ll finish up with the fact the the first signs of pregnancy were, for me, almost identical to the first signs I was starting my period, and at about the same time.

Akame009's avatar

No I’m not sexually active. And I lost my job a week ago so I havent been active as much. Tbh I’m pretty much a couch potato as of rn. And ive hardly slept in the last 3 days

chyna's avatar

Stress can do strange things to your body. Yes, you can miss periods and feel like you are on your cycle.

Akame009's avatar

Okay cool. Thank you so much

LadyMarissa's avatar

Unless you’ve been sexually active without using any type of protection, it sounds like you may be starting any time now. It’s not that unusual to be a little late & have many of the same symptoms of having it. IF you allow yourself to become stressed out over being late, it can delay your period for even longer. Stressing over things like thinking you might be pregnant can cause your body to delay your period as well. I never worried until I was over a week late because that became a norm for me!!!

Akame009's avatar

Well lately I’ve been depressed over my lack of loving parents. Could that effect it?

chyna's avatar

There’s really no way of knowing. But since you aren’t sexually active, I wouldn’t worry about it if you miss a month.

Akame009's avatar

Alright. Thank you

LadyMarissa's avatar

@Akame009 Being depressed for any reason could cause it. Being young can cause it. It’s possible that your body isn’t ready to produce enough blood to create a full blown period. For me, missing one usually meant the next one was going to be extra heavy!!!

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LadyMarissa's avatar

@Akame009 Everybody’s body is different; so, you just need to pay attention to YOUR body & learn what triggers YOUR problems. My memory was never great; so, I kept a period journal. That way when my doctor asked specific questions, I had specific answers. My doc liked that because he could take the journal, read it & have answers to his questions to give a more complete diagnosis. It also meant that when I thought I was having a problem, I could look back to verify how often things were happening. Sometimes I discovered that it wasn’t happening as often as i felt it was & other times, it showed me the problem I was having.

SergeantQueen's avatar

And, if a period journal wouldn’t work, I use an app called “Clue” Very helpful, and it “predicts” (not always accurate, don’t think you can be 100% accurate) when your next period will happen, how long it’ll last, etc. The idea is that if you put more data and the longer you use the app, the more accurate it will be.

Also, a great way to keep track of symptoms. Cramps, bloating, hot flashes, etc. Then you can see if a symptom is normal for you, if you’ve had it before, how long, it’s a very helpful app. A little annoying on the notifications but that’s just me.
here is a link
Open on phone to download, or on computer if you just want to read info

LadyMarissa's avatar

There was no such thing as an app when I kept my journal. Hell, the home phones were still corded back then. I also used a calendar to know when my next period should be.

Dutchess_III's avatar

I’d just hang out and wait for it. Keeping a journal, all of that, is putting waaaay too much stress on it. Too much worry. Just chill.
I didn’t have a period for 3 months before it suddenly hit me I hadn’t had a period in 3 months. I was in my late 30’s…and haven’t had one since. I’m a lucky girl!

LadyMarissa's avatar

Well @Dutchess_III, I was sexually active & it was important to me!!! My doc was always asking questions that I couldn’t remember the answer as to the last time. He was the one who suggested the journal. I.didn’t find it that stressful. It was “date I started, any irregularities, date I stopped”.. It was similar to my diary except it only had an entry once a month & wasn’t nearly as boring as my diary!!!.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Well, yeah. When I was young, stupid and sexually active it was important. i just never had a difficult time remembering “the last time.” Kind of like @Akame009. I think she has a sense that she should have started by now…..

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