You know when you get your period and those five or so days feel like a solid month of pain?
WELL, imagine having that uncomfortable, painful, moody feeling for FIVE FREAKING YEARS!
This strong, brave woman, Chloe Christos, had to deal with the flow for five years as she suffers from a bleeding disorder known as Von Willebrand disease.
What on Earth is that, did you say? Well, it prevents your blood from clotting - resulting in the longest period EVA!
To put it into staggering perspective, she started her period at 14 years old.
Chloe told Daily Mail that it left her VERY sick.
"I couldn't do anything... I was fainting a lot, I had dangerously low blood pressure, and it wasn't really a good idea for me to drive or go out," she said.
"Day to day my life was literally being cared for by my mother."
Chloe now experiences a ~normal~ period, after taking treatment for a more severe blood clotting disorder, but how she dealt with that for five years is beyond us.
We now feel significantly guilty about ever complaining about that time of the month...