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Not likely. Read on for answers to all your period swimming questions. Do not go into the pool during periods. Even if your period started while you were swimming and a small amount of blood came out, this would be diluted by the water. Swimming pools contain small amounts of bodily fluids like urine and sweat, but the water is usually treated with chlorine to prevent the spread of disease.
Water pressure can stop your flow temporarily while you swim, but if you laugh, cough, sneeze or move around, the pressure can change and a small amount of blood might come out. Menstrual cups can be left in for up to 12 hours, so they are a great alternative to tampons, but check with your healthcare provider before using a menstrual cup if you have an intrauterine device IUD. There are no recorded cases of sharks attacking someone on their period.
According to the International Shark Attack File , many people safely dive while menstruating. Skin infections and stomach illnesses from swallowing contaminated water are more common complaints. Check with your regional health authority for information on water quality at local swimming spots.
Chlorinated pool water can irritate your vagina and vulva, leaving you at risk of developing a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis BV. Take a shower after swimming to reduce chlorine exposure, and avoid sitting around in wet swimwear.