Can a woman work out during her period/menstruation?
Yes, if it doesn't bother you, working out is absolutely fine.
With some cramps, it makes things worse. With others, it temporarily makes it worse but improves it afterwards.
You might want to gauge your recovery times if you're a competitive athlete, so you know what your body needs different during different parts of your cycle (if anything), or how your cycle affects performance.
Even on heavy flow days, you're not losing a much blood.
(Unrelatedly: I've actually seen research that the "women are anemic because of menstruation" is untrue; that because men don't menstruate they're worked up for other causes (ulcers, often) and that women have the same causes, but the doctor assumes it's menstruation, so it becomes chronic and she is untreated. )
Anyway, have fun!
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