Period Questions Your Daughter Might Ask


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Puberty Questions Your Tween Daughter Might Ask. When Will My Period Begin? No two girls are alike, and that means that your daughter will begin her period when her body is ready. Puberty Questions your Daughter Might Ask “What is puberty?” Puberty is the name for the time when you start to change from a child into an adult, from a girl “Is it normal to gain weight during puberty?” As much as she might not want it to happen, yes it is.

Explain to your “When will I get. Period mishaps are bound to happen, so help your daughter pick a trusted adult she can ask for help if she’s away from home. It may be a coach, teacher, counselor, or a friend’s parent.

I think I’m getting close to starting my first period. When I go to the bathroom, I see whitish sticky stuff on my underwear. I’m scared to ask my mom if it’s starting. –McB I’m almost 12 and my breasts have started growing. I read that two years after this you should have your period.

Are there other signs it’s coming? –Period. Your daughter may start to feel too shy or embarrassed to talk about topics like her first period — even if she’s desperate to share her feelings or ask questions. It’s important to let your daughter know that you’re always available to chat. Here are some ways you can create opportunities that help get an open, comfortable dialogue going. Period is coming!

Sooner or later you have to get your daughter prepared for this. As mums of teenage daughters, we are always worried when it will start. Yes, that time of the month is not very easy and what bothers us is the fact that your little angel is about to face it.

If she asks something about girls bleeding or has heard another girl talk about her first period, ask her, “What have you heard about it?” You might find out that she’s heard something strange or. Excessive stress might cause you to skip a period. Stress and highly emotional times in your life may cause you to miss a period or two. If you are sick, you might also miss a period. If you miss more than a period or two (if you have been having regular periods previously), contact your.

How should I prepare my daughter for her period? Getting a period is a normal part of puberty. To help make the transition less scary, talk to your daughter about her period BEFORE she gets it. Let your daughter know: That a period is normal and nothing to be afraid of. How to use feminine products like pads and tampons.

How to deal with cramps. All the questions about your period that you’re too anxious to ask. 9 Embarrassing Period Questions You’re Afraid to Ask Your Gyno — Answered!

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She began menarche at age 12 years and normally has regular menstrual cycles of 28 days with 3 to 4 days of bleeding during her period.

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Many parents have asked us two important questions about period discussions: At what age is it okay to start teaching about periods?

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This combination of providing information and questioning may encourage an adolescent to discuss not only her possible concern about delayed menarche (the beginning of menstruation) but also other areas that will show her knowledge or lack of knowledge about reproductive health.

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Ask about the onset of vaginal bleeding, any related factors, the colour (pink, red, dark red, brown), the character (thin, watery, presence of mucus, size and number of clots), the amount (spotting, how many pads or tampons in a specific amount of time) and relationship to her menstrual cycle.

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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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You would advise her mother that menarche will probably start in:

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Even though I was comfortable with my knowledge about periods at the age of fourteen, I didn’t know for sure whether there was some universal unspoken rule that you never go swimming in the ocean while on your period, or if it was an old wives’ tale.

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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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Then she and her mother have “the talk” about menstruation.

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    My way of explaining periods:
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    3) uterus gets mad
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  • The Boy in the orange t-shirt is ready very wise and smart and intelligent I can’t believe he’s not embarrassed to talk about that

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    most of the people dont even know what a period is…
    and nowadays most of the girls are getting their period on the age of 10,11,12 and im sure most of the people are getting on these age.
    i still remember my friend getting her first period she didnt came to school for whole 2 weeks and also my other friends didnt came for more than 5 days.
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    Me: ��

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  • Girls (or guys whatever you like to be called)
    Drink lemon water it has vitamin C water it can reduce cramps and headaches clear your skin and some more

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    Boyyyyy I wish

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  • shaving:
    use conditioner or something like that
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