Yes, this is possible, and there are quite a few causes for having period symptoms with bleeding. One cause is hormonal imbalances based on age, stress, pregnancy, and other factors. If you have never had a period and this has only happened once or twice, it could be that your body is prepping for your first period.
Furthermore, why do we bleed when we menstruate?
Menstruation (men-STRAY-shuhn) is a woman's monthly bleeding. When you menstruate, your body sheds the lining of the uterus (womb). Menstrual blood flows from the uterus through the small opening in the cervix and passes out of the body through the vagina.
Can you bleed out from having your period?
However, women who have menorrhagia usually bleed for more than 7 days and lose twice as much blood. If you have bleeding that lasts longer than 7 days per period, or is so heavy that you have to change your pad or tampon nearly every hour, you need to talk with your doctor.
What is the first sign of your period?
Some of the most common PMS symptoms are:
- Cramps (pain in your lower belly or lower back)
- Bloating (when your belly feels puffy)
- Breakouts (getting pimples)
- Sore breasts.
- Feeling tired.
- Mood swings (when your emotions change quickly or you feel sad, angry, or anxious)