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Question Posted Sunday October 16 2005, 10:08 pm

when you have your period, is it bad to jump. for example, pole vaulting, high jumping, etc. because thats like MY LIFE !! thank you. bye !!

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frenchfries21 answered Tuesday October 18 2005, 1:42 am:
nope its fine. actually, its probably good for you...

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SEXIExxBABIE answered Monday October 17 2005, 1:12 am:
Actually things like that are better when your on your period.It helps with the whole cramp thing.But when your pole vaulting and high jumping you should wear a tampon for comfort,thats just my opinion.Just keep doin what you love...don't let mother nature get in the way of that...! Hope i helped.

XO CHELS

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LoveNJstyle answered Monday October 17 2005, 12:50 am:
nope it'll be good for you. <3

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Wild_Thing77 answered Monday October 17 2005, 12:46 am:
no its not bad to do pole vaulting, high jumping ect when you've got your period

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FunnyCide answered Monday October 17 2005, 12:15 am:
Nah, you should be fine! If you wear a tampon, you'll definitely have more protection than if you only wore a pad, but you will be perfectly fine! Polue vaulting and high jumping - that sounds like a lot of fun. Don't let your period keep you from doing what you love to do. :)
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tasuki answered Sunday October 16 2005, 11:54 pm:
If you are wearing a tampon, it should be okay. It might even be okay with a pad, but that could cause some discomfort.

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malibubarbiie111 answered Sunday October 16 2005, 11:35 pm:
no. it`s better to be active!!* it helps with the cramps && stuff. x0x&hearts;BARBIE

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HEYxBEAUTIFUL answered Sunday October 16 2005, 11:22 pm:
No.

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chaos answered Sunday October 16 2005, 11:11 pm:
You shouldn't have a problem. In fact, if you stay active then you will have less cramping. Just bring extra supplies to your meet to cover an emergency.

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