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Why do I get dizzy on my period even if I don’t bleed a lot?

Good question. First, you may think you don't bleed a lot - maybe you bleed the same amount as your parent, or someone has told you that you're not really bleeding a lot. But, you might be bleeding more than you should in a healthy amount, and that might be part of the reason why you feel dizzy on your period!

Check out the section "How much bleeding is too much?" on this page -

If you ever feel dizzy or nauseous or vomit while on your period, you should see a doctor. These more extreme symptoms could indicate an issue with your period.

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