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Hey chica, the best way to know if your period is coming soon or not, is discharge. It is clear to an off white color, that is sometimes in your undies when you go to the bathroom. If you have that or have already had that you know its almost time. And I haven't experinced tampons before because I use pads, but from what I have read and heard, tampons should not hurt. They might feel a little uncomfortable at first, because your not use to them. But if they are hurting, either when you are putting it in, or when it is already in, you should probaly take it out, and A try again, or B ask your mom for help on how to do it. They best way to never have an accident is to always keep pads or tampons or both whichever you choose with you even at school. Even if you haven't started yet, but you have had discharge you could just get caught off gaurd. I hope this helps, and let me know if you need anything else!!
proarchergal42 on 10/21/2010 7:32:42 PM
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