This Is What Your Period Is Saying About Your Health!

Periods generally start, when she turn 12 and continue for next four to five decades. All ladies, have to go through this, once in a month, until they reached menopause age. Though starting of periods represent the fertility and feminine power, but it is also a fact that the pain during periods is really pain in your ***.

All women have to go through periods but they know very little about it. For most of them, period is a time duration during which they have to go through pain, cramp and have to manage flow, but they have no idea that periods also tell a lot about their health. The color of flow, frequency and intensity of cramp shows many issues related to body. In this post, we are sharing what your periods color says about your health. Have a look.

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#1. Reddish Pink
#2. Bright Red
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Bright red (or a cranberry-hued) flow color is a healthy sign. This means that you are shedding uterine lining at normal rate. Bright red color means you are healthy. But if periods continues for more than eight days and color still remains bright red, you need to see your doctors.

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#3. Deep Burgundy
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#5. Brown Black
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It may seems alarming for you, but it is actually not bad. Brown black is the sign of older blood, either left from your last cycle or may from the beginning of this cycle. This color is not a bad sign until it has a orange tone in it.

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#6. Spotted
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Spotting need not be appear as actual spot. In fact they are more like a staining. Spotting may be the sign of hormonal imbalance. Spotting may also be the early sign of pregnancy.

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