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What Would You Do If Your Fiancee Menstruates Painfully On Your Wedding Day?

well the topic says it all. guys wat's your comments on this. would you terminate the wedding or what? lets speak.

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Two years that's hell of a long time to be setting a wedding date. . .I thought it was usually after an introduction is done. . .then a couple of months later the wedding takes place. . .hmmm. . .well then that might not be a good idea especially if the lady in question has irregular flows and painful menstruation. . .

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women na winch.

e no go eva happen.

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I believe most women know when they menstruate. . . the wedding date can be fixed on a date that won't clash with the menstrual timing.

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I don't see the big deal. If the pain is too bad, tell the crowd your wife isn't feeling too well and take her off to get some rest. You're marrying the woman not the crowd.

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then someone should be happy they married a very normal woman I think

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get her some boscopan and pain killers!!!!

heat rub and heat patches!!

im sorry but the show must go on

and the bride must smile!!!

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Since I'm not a guy, I don't think my opinion would count so much to answer this, but it's pretty selfish thing to make it all about the guy. Painful menstruation can be horrific (likened to contractions of child birth for some women), and to think you risk losing your man, all that stress is just going to make it worse.

Most women are aware of their dates, so this shouldn't be too hard to avoid, but if it does happen, there really shouldn't be any forced consequences, it's awful enough as it is.

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And 'am sure no bride would fix her wedding on the same dates as her period.

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Its a natural thing.am not canceling the wedding.meanwhile she supposed to know her date.

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At least she is not pregnant. It is an abomination to have pregnancy out of wedlock in my community!

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