Signs your period is on its way?

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Anonymous #1
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Every single month I get these same exact two symptoms a day or too before my period.

1) burning while urinating and then the urge to pee to relive the burning/discomfort. This only happens once and then goes away

2) sharp stabbing pain in what feels like the area my ovaries are in.

Are these normal, does anyone els experience this?
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Anonymous #2
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I get the sharp stabbing pain in the pelvic area every month without fail, but not burning. Should maybe chat to a gp just to check that this is a normal symptom? I also always get really tender breasts and my boobs grow at least a cup size 😂
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Stabbing pain is normal, the burning, I'm not so sure. Agree that maybe you should check that with your GP
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Is it your first ?
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I don't have any warning signs whatsoever 😶
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(Original post by EllaRose12)
Is it your first ?
No, I’ve had my period for five years, and have had these same two signs once every month
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(Original post by vix.xvi)
I don't have any warning signs whatsoever 😶
You are very lucky!!
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(Original post by vix.xvi)
I don't have any warning signs whatsoever 😶
Me neither, although at times I wish I had subtle ones because I would at least know when it's coming.
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You are very lucky!!
Really?
A warning would be nice tho lol

(Original post by KelsieTaylor)
Me neither, although at times I wish I had subtle ones because I would at least know when it's coming.
Yeahh
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You are very lucky!!
surely it's better to get a warning?
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my boobs get tender
it feels like i have cramps or slight cramps in my lower tummy
i have to pee more
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No warning signs per say, I just know :dontknow:
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surely it's better to get a warning?
Maybe, but for me my warning is two days of headaches, really sore boobs and a stabbing pain in my pelvis so honestly I think I’d rather pass and just track my cycle 😂😂
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i get stabbing pains like halfway through the cycle, probably near ovulation, and don’t get them again until my period actually starts so i guess it’s normal? never heard of the burning thing though, sounds concerning so get it checked out x
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Mood swings
Stabbing pains
Headaches
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Backache
Tummy pain
Headaches
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