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asked Mar 24 in Personal by Ada4 (15,640 points)

I have recently confessed that I’m only 10 years old so..just letting you know-but I’m scared for puberty and getting a period, so recently there has been hair on my private parts (not my breast or nipple, just the pee part) and I don’t know what that means but I think it has something to do with..

Also, i read this book about a girl who got her period in the middle of gym class, so what if my period happens at a weird time, what if I don’t have supplies? What supplies do I need? Pads? Tampons?

Also-will it be embarrassing for me to ask questions or talk about periods and puberty with my parents? Do periods hurt? How long does a period last? How many do women have in a lifetime?

What about bras? Is that a period or puberty thing? I have a shelf bra though. Why do I need one? What will it do? I’m scared, I heard that you bleed in ur period and u have to change clothes.

There are also these things called period cramps, what r those? Please help me by answering my questions, I’m scared.

commented Mar 25 by Adviseperson
Hair on ur pee part means ure going to have your period VERY SOON so I suggest u start bringing pads everywhere u go!!!!!

 

You will need:pads,underwear,and a Arab to clean up the blood!

Hope this helps girlfriend!!!

                                                  Have a nice day!
commented Mar 26 by Ash :D

It won't be embarrassing  if you ask your parents about it, but ask your mom. Cause dads do know about periods but not as much as moms do. Periods do sometimes hurt but that is only cramps and there is pills to help that I don't know the name though. A period NORMALLY lasts about 5 to 6 days. And you have a period every month, around the same time you had your last one. And if you have a phone then there is a app called "Health" and then you have to ask you mom but there is a place where you track your periods. And it normally gives you a notification about if your period will start in the next few weeks. But when you do start your period get a little bag and put a handful of pads in the bag and take them to school. To not get made fun of get your jacket and when you are going to change the pads out put the clean pad in your jacket sleeve and go to the bathroom and do everything you need to do. And when you are on your period wear dark shorts, jeans, and underwear. So it doesn't show through. And don't be scared, I was pretty shocked when mine started last year, but my mom told me what to do. So if you do start bleeding around your pee area tell your mom right away.  



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answered Mar 24 by EnbyEggs
Hi! I'm not a girl inherently but I am an assigned female person at birth, so these things do happen to me.

I'm 13, so I have a bit of experience with these things, first off  there's nothing to worry about with the hair! It's just a bit of growing up, as you're only 10 and no breasts yet you won't need to worry about your period for some time to come. However, the basic premise of a period is your uterus (the place where a baby would grow) makes a lining once a month, and since there's not a baby there, you have to shed it through a period! It can be scary, and depending on the person you can get cramps, though not normally on the first couple times. No need to worry about it being heavy your first time, and I would always start with pads.

 Personally, my cramps are terrible plus dysphoria just makes me want to curl up in a ball in my bed, which i normally do. My periods last about a week, but I've been told that's a long time, so anywhere from like 4 days to a week.

As for bras- that's a  puberty thing. It just means your breasts are growing. There are lots of kinds of bras, like training bras, cup bras, and sports bras, but those are more for when your breasts begin to develop. Sports bras are my personal favorite as they make my chest a lot smaller, since I'm not allowed to get a binder haha
commented Mar 26 by Ash :D
I'm 11 and I've never known most of that :< but at least I know :)
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answered Mar 24 by ~Ash~ (89,510 points)
I suggest you keep pads in your backpack, just in case. Ask the teacher to use the restroom, then go to the nurse’s office. Also, ask your mom. Bras are a puberty thing. You need one in order to conceal your breasts.

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