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Question Posted Saturday May 14 2005, 12:05 am

If you drink lots of water while you're on your period, will that increase you flow? decrease? Does it do anything?? I rate 5's for first 5 ppl who give decent answers

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openears answered Monday May 16 2005, 8:10 pm:
well like you lose a lot of water while on your period but when you drink a lot of water it makes it easyier like more runny so it dosent hurt or sting plus u could not get cramps as easyly becuse of it

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silent_end answered Sunday May 15 2005, 9:23 pm:
Drinking water on your period will hydrate you more, and it will help it run smoothly.

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Casey answered Sunday May 15 2005, 11:47 am:
It helps with the period cramps and it helps decrease flow alittle. Casey out!

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MummuM answered Saturday May 14 2005, 3:11 pm:
Drinking water will not do anything to increase/decrease your flow. But, it will help you out with cramps and it won't give you any (if you get them while you're on your period.)
&hearts; Krissy

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xoxoPrettyNPinkxoxo answered Saturday May 14 2005, 11:44 am:
Hey! Drinking water doesn't do anything to increase or decrease your flow, don't worry. But you should still drink alot of water while you're on your period because you need to stay hydrated.

I hope this helps
xoxoxo

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JazzY answered Saturday May 14 2005, 11:09 am:
Drinking water won't do anything, but you still should drink some. It's healthy for your body. Hope I helped.
-Caydee

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Ashley1 answered Saturday May 14 2005, 10:53 am:
Drinking lots of water will not increase or decrease the blood flow. Drinking water is still very good for you.

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mrs_radcliffe answered Saturday May 14 2005, 10:21 am:
If you drink lots of water it wont change the flow of it. It'll be ok.

luv roxie
XxX&hearts;XxX

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Karen answered Saturday May 14 2005, 9:27 am:
Drinking lots of water while you're on your period will not increase/decrease the flow of it. Drinking water will help keep your skin from breaking out, which is a good thing.

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2cute102 answered Saturday May 14 2005, 8:18 am:
It won't affect anything except you will be healthier and you won't break out as much!

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Daisy answered Saturday May 14 2005, 7:25 am:
No, the amount of water you drink does not affect your period flow. Don't worry

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bAhAmAmA0250 answered Saturday May 14 2005, 3:48 am:
Its healthier for you and you wont break out as much!! But it wont change the amount of blood that comes out!-trix

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shake answered Saturday May 14 2005, 1:59 am:
Hmm a 5 you say? For a decent answer you say? This is an interesting proposition you offer. But im afraid it must be turned down.

Hahaha, you said period.

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IPIiINIkI_my_anti_drug answered Saturday May 14 2005, 1:17 am:
Hey it will just keep your body working correctly, just have lots and lots of water, it wont do anything to the amout of blood that comes out or anything, but its healthier if you have lots and lots of water.
&hearts; Michelle

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karenR answered Saturday May 14 2005, 12:57 am:
Doesn't do anything at all. Maybe you might slosh a little. Sorry, its late and i'm getting weird, :)

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blondie75 answered Saturday May 14 2005, 12:44 am:
It won't do anything to your flow.
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Stephagy answered Saturday May 14 2005, 12:09 am:
Drinking lots of water will keep you Hydrated. Since your body loses so much water your practicly dehydrated and weak. I don't think it matters how much water you drink it won't increase or decrease.

FOREVER!

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