A Mother’s Help guide to Her Daughter’s Menstrual Health

 

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Tip 8: Partner With Your Daughter’s Health Care Provider. While Albright emphasized the role of mothers (or caregivers) in reassuring girls that “the onset of menses is a normal transition,” she also said that health-care providers are important allies in menstrual health. With the passage of time your daughter will be able to predict her date. Tracking periods date will help your daughter and doctors to identify if any possible menstrual cycle disorder or health problem occurs.

Schedule of medical checku. 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 the. If your daughter is complaining about her cycles, meet her with grace.

Don’t rattle off trite sayings like, “This is just what it means to be a woman.” Be gentle. Try teaching her about her menstrual cycle by saying something like, “You’re in progress, and it won’t be like this forever.” Remember, all these hormones are new to her. A Quick Guide On How Mothers Can Talk To Their Daughters About Periods. December 28, 2017. Fatima Naz No comment.

1346 views. Having ”The Talk” about periods with your daughter can be quiet scary but the sooner you do it, the better it. Still, you debate with yourself at what age you should start telling your daughter about it, maybe she. A ritual for mothers and daughters. That’s why women all over the world can purchase the soap and use it as a tool to discuss menstruation and sexual health with her daughters.

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Most of the time, a girl gets her period about 2 years after her breasts start to develop. Another sign is vaginal discharge fluid (sort of like mucus) that a girl might see or feel on her underwear. This discharge usually begins about 6 months to a year before a girl gets her first period. What Causes a Period?As your daughter approaches puberty, a part of her brain called the pituitary gland begins releasing more and more of certain hormones.

These hormones stimulate her ovaries to produce estrogen and another part of her body to produce other hormones called androgens.

List of related literature:

Since the late eighteenth century, advice manuals had urged mothers to talk to their daughters about menstruation, but they had focused on sharing information about proper management of menstruation and preventing girls’ shock at menarche.

“The Modern Period: Menstruation in Twentieth-Century America” by Lara Freidenfelds
from The Modern Period: Menstruation in Twentieth-Century America
by Lara Freidenfelds
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009

Sherry’s parents consulted with her pediatrician who suggested that they consider a hysterectomy to help with both menstrual management and

“Clinical Ethics in Pediatrics: A Case-Based Textbook” by Douglas S. Diekema, Mark R. Mercurio, Mary B. Adam
from Clinical Ethics in Pediatrics: A Case-Based Textbook
by Douglas S. Diekema, Mark R. Mercurio, Mary B. Adam
Cambridge University Press, 2011

This revised and expanded version (originally entitled Her Blood Is Gold) includes a section on natural healing methods for menstrual symptoms.

“Mother Daughter Wisdom” by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
from Mother Daughter Wisdom
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Hay House, 2006

Teaching patients to keep a calendar of their menstrual cycles can help adolescent females to actively care for their own health and begin to communicate effectively with their providers about a number of related health topics, including dysmenorrhea, nutritional needs, and reproductive health needs.

“Netter's Pediatrics E-Book” by Todd Florin, Stephen Ludwig, MD, Paul L. Aronson, Heidi C. Werner
from Netter’s Pediatrics E-Book
by Todd Florin, Stephen Ludwig, MD, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

During this time, she should be instructed to keep a menstrual diary, which can be reviewed at each visit and used to teach the adolescent about her menses.

“Clinical Reproductive Medicine and Surgery” by Tommaso Falcone, William W. Hurd
from Clinical Reproductive Medicine and Surgery
by Tommaso Falcone, William W. Hurd
Mosby/Elsevier, 2007

She suffered from heavy bleeding (menorrhagia) at the next menstrual cycle, but this “readily yielded to the proper remedies.”

“Birthing a Slave: Motherhood and Medicine in the Antebellum South” by Marie Jenkins Schwartz, Professor of History and Department Chair History Department Marie Jenkins Schwartz
from Birthing a Slave: Motherhood and Medicine in the Antebellum South
by Marie Jenkins Schwartz, Professor of History and Department Chair History Department Marie Jenkins Schwartz
Harvard University Press, 2006

Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, Menstruation, 3.

“New Blood: Third-Wave Feminism and the Politics of Menstruation” by Chris Bobel, Judith Lorber
from New Blood: Third-Wave Feminism and the Politics of Menstruation
by Chris Bobel, Judith Lorber
Rutgers University Press, 2010

B. Patient education: See the Section III Patient Teaching Guides for this chapter, “Dysmenorrhea (Painful Menstrual Cramps or Periods)” and “Contraception: How to Take Birth Control Pills.”

“Family Practice Guidelines, Third Edition” by Jill C. Cash, Cheryl A. Glass
from Family Practice Guidelines, Third Edition
by Jill C. Cash, Cheryl A. Glass
Springer Publishing Company, 2014

She should be encouraged to keep a menstrual diary or keep track of her menses to note improvement after initiation of COCs or continued problems.

“Pediatric Primary Care Case Studies” by Catherine Burns, Beth Richardson, Margaret Brady
from Pediatric Primary Care Case Studies
by Catherine Burns, Beth Richardson, Margaret Brady
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010

The young patient should be encouraged to begin a lifelong menstrual record that will be helpful to her and her physician should menstrual disturbances occur at any time during her reproductive life.

“Family Medicine: Principles and Practice” by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, W. E. Jacott, M. G. Rosen, Robert B. Taylor
from Family Medicine: Principles and Practice
by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, et. al.
Springer New York, 2013

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  • Im 11 years old of age and I got periods 1st time when I see it while bathing im shocked!!! Then my mom explained me its nothing every girl have thi situation so, don’t be scared. I hate periods ���� Im watching during my periods. Today is my 3rd time periods!!!

  • madam,i am a big fan of urs since saw u in ur daughter’s channel…i am suffering from pcod and doc prescribed me a 21 day pill along with one other pill….Its been almost 8 months now….i cannot be taking this pill forever….plz suggest me on how to get rid of the pills and get regular periods back….i have lost arnd 15 kgs in a span of 8 mnths…also i m exercising regularly….plz suggest me on how to stop those pills suddenly

  • Ma’am I am just 13 and I started my periods in Feb of this year. Ma’am as me and my mother never ever had any such conversations. I feel awkward to talk to her about these things. So my periods were normal since 5 months but this month my period didn’t came. And as I feel awkward to talk to my mom I didn’t told her about this. And I have also searched about PCOS/PCOD in google and I found it too confusing….Please guide whether my condition is ok or not please guide.. I’m literally scared also crying and sobbing now while writing this message and this is also providing me a lot of stress please help ��������.

  • Tampons cause so much pollution because of the plastic. These days you get cloth pads which are reusable, comfortable and biodegradable. Most of f the tampon applicators end up in landfills and in the oceans, thereby causing huge problems in the marine system. Inadvertently, it also affects us when we eat contaminated fish and other types of seafood. There are so many safer and eco-friendly options out there now. The diva cup is pretty good. Save our planet!!