How you can Help Ready Your Daughter on her First Period

 

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To help your daughter feel ready, buy a small zippered pouch and stock it with a couple of teen-size sanitary pads and a clean pair of underwear, Natterson says. Tell your daughter to keep. Make sure your daughter understands that she is to give the letter to her counselor only if her first period comes.

Also, explain to your daughter that if her first period comes while she’s at camp, she may need to sit out on swimming until her flow has ended. To help your daughter prepare for her first period, it may be helpful to make a supply kit with the period products she’d like to use. That way, when her period finally. Many young girls struggle with putting on their sanitary napkins the right way, so this training session will go a long way in preparing her for her first period.Tell her to.

2. Help educate your daughter about her menstrual cycle. There are so many great resources that both you and your daughter can use to learn more about a woman’s. Cut back on salt, salty foods and refined sugar, especially during the seven to 10 days before your period begins. Cut out caffeine, which can worsen irritability and breast. When your child is first starting with tampons, it might help her to practise with mini-tampons between periods so she can get used to inserting and removing them.

She could put a bit of. There are lots of ways to ease period cramps (and the irritability and weepiness that comes with them) that you can do without even telling your daughter. Take her out to a. Instead of having a formal menstruation “talk” with your daughter, try opening up the dialogue and, openly and honestly, asking your daughter about her questions.

Seven Tips for Talking to a Girl About Her First Period 1. Start talking about periods in general terms from an early age. “Put it in the context of natural functions, and it’s very easy for kids.

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Before your daughter gets her period for the first time, try to prepare her for some of the physical sensations that she may experience when she begins menstruating.

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by Shana Nichols, Liane Holliday Willey, et. al.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2009

Alarms on watches, PDA timers, or cues may help the adolescent change her pad every 3 to 4 hours or remind her that her period may begin this week.

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During the months she is waiting for her first period, giving the child a box of sanitary pads helps put her in the right mood.

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from Dr. Spock’s Baby and Child Care: 9th Edition
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This kind of information can help prepare a girl for her first period—whether it starts when she is at home or out with friends or in school.

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In spite of my (rehearsed) nonchalant overtures, when my daughter had her first period, she wasn’t interested in a ritual, party, or celebration of any kind—no menarcheal gown or Pocket Magic Dust for her.

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by Chris Bobel, Judith Lorber
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You would advise her mother that menarche will probably start in:

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Help your daughter understand that her period is actually part of a beautiful process that happens every month allowing her body to create a nurturing home for the gift of a child.

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It is important that your daughter be told about periods before they happen and given practical instruction, or the sight of blood emanating from her body will terrify her.

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It helps put the child in the right mood as she awaits her first period to give her a box of sanitary pads.

“Dr. Spock's Baby and Child Care: 8th Edition” by Benjamin Spock, Robert Needlman
from Dr. Spock’s Baby and Child Care: 8th Edition
by Benjamin Spock, Robert Needlman
Gallery Books, 2004

Give her the Patient Teaching Guide for this chapter, “Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS).”

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