Ok, not to make the male characters feel awkward, but I kind of need some advice. Any of you have teenage or adult autistic daughters? Do they have a harder time dealing with the symptoms of periods? I always have a lot of pain on the first day, and I can't deal with it. However, I needed to do something today so I went out instead of staying in, I had something that I think might have been a panic attack, i had trouble breathing and my chest was tight, i think too many physical sensations and restlessness. Have any of your daughters, or even you, had this? Might seem an inappropriate question for this group, but i was wondering if increased sensitivity and confusion that comes with autism might be a factor, and I also know a lot of you are women
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