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Period panic! What if I get it at school?

I haven't gotten my period yet, and I'm afraid I'll get it for the first time at soccer practice or school or somewhere. Help me! Dear Worried, Every...
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Hey chica! I wouldn't worry about it. Just focus on soccer and school. I got my first period the first week in eighth grade! I went to the bathroom while we were changing for gym class. Unfortunately for me, it was the beginning of the school year, and I hadn't put any protection in my locker yet. I had to go to the gym teacher(it was a female, thank goodness). So, just have protection everywhere you go, and since it will be your first time, it shouldn't be that heavy. Hope I helped!

by cats-r-the-best on 8/20/2012 5:14:55 PM


My mom gave me advice on puberty, but now she just spurts out everywhere that I am wearing a bra,
But it isn't that big of a deal!
It is just a training bra....
I know she is just excited that I am growing up, but I have been wearing a training bra for two year now! It is NOT that big of a deal!


Hey! yeah, moms can get a little hyper about that kind of thing. Just remember she's watched you grow up since before you were even born so for her, every change is a minor miracle, even if it's not to you. Keep that in mind, and gently let her know that you're ok with the two of you knowing you're wearing bras, but not the whole world. 

Helen S.

by Rainbow♥123 on 8/20/2012 5:11:27 PM


It'll sneak up on ya in the form of immense back pain. Trust me, I should know. That exact thing happened to me!

by peppercyndaquil13 on 8/20/2012 5:00:18 PM


I have a friend whose parents are divorced and she lives with her mom the majority of the time. Her mom is terrible to her and the moms boyfriend is even worse. His kids tell him lies about my friend and her siblings and then he gets mad at her. Also, she has to share a bedroom with her little sister and her sister has taken over the room. My friend always talks about how she hates her mom and cant wait to move out, and i agree with her. She has talked to her mom, and she got a desk all to herself in the room she shares. Now, her mom has decided that she has to keep all her clothes in bins under her bed. She doesnt even get a closet. So many times when we talk about this, she is crying, and I dont know what I can do to make her situation better. I suggested talking to a counselor, but she doesnt want to.
What can I do? Please help...


Hey chicky! Unfortunately, all you can do is be there for your friend.  I know it doesn't seem like much, but supporting her and letting her sleepover when her house is too tough is all you can do for her.  Talk to your mom and let her know she's having a tough time at home and she might need some extra nice mom-things now and then (if you are close with your mom and she knows your friend well).  Encourage her to talk to her dad about how things have gotten. xoxo 

Kate G.

by pottergirl135 on 8/20/2012 12:08:33 PM


I'm about to turn 14 and I think I got my period but I'm not sure. At the very beginning of August I had spotting and cramps for 5 days. The spotting started heavy (like lots of little smears and dots) then got lighter(only one or two dots). The thing is, I've heard periods are sometimes very light for the first time (like just a few spots of blood). This was the first time I ever spotted or cramped. If this was my period then I'm supposed to get it again at the end of the month... And that's the first or second day of school! What do I do? I'm not sure if the blood was enough to be a period. I don't know if this matters, but the blood was all bright red. PLEASE HELP ME ASAP. Thanks!

by purple10115 on 8/19/2012 7:48:59 AM


How do I convince my parents to let me have an email ID? Whenever I ask ‘em, they’re like “You can use Mom’s ID to sign up for whatever website u want. It’s not safe for kids to have their own.” & I’m 12!!!!! Please help!!!!!!


Hey girlie,

Try talking to your parents about it and asking them exactly what they're concerned about. Be mature and stay calm - the worst would be to throw a tantrum. Just hear them out. Ask them what you could do to make them feel better. If you got your own, could they have the password? Only let you use email during certain times a day? Whatever it is, let them know that you really want to work with them and compromise because having an email address means a lot to you. Don't get discouraged if they say no - it's a matter of time before they let you get one, so you'd just have to be patient. But absolutely speak up now so you can figure out what they're thinking!

Lauren C.

by LilyBS123 on 8/19/2012 4:55:17 AM


I was really scared that I was gonna have my period during the first week of school. My school starts on Monday but luckily, I got it yesterday. My period usually lasts for 5 days so by Monday, my period should have died down.

I didn't want it on the first day of school because I get bad cramps and I didn't wanna deal with that.

by NJessicaN on 8/18/2012 8:59:37 PM


i where a pad everyday just in case it happens unexpectedly.Smileoh and.... Boy Problems ASAP
Ever need someone 2 talk 2 but, your to afraid 2 ask your parents. It's OK just talk to me and I'll help you out ASAP!Please feel free 2 ask questions.Oh and remember the more people the BETTER!Ages 10-17.JOIN DA CLUB!

by AarynJ on 8/18/2012 4:29:06 PM


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♥Hey Girlies!♥★If you need some advice on growing up stuff I'm your girl!★I give answers REALLY fast because I'm on all the time and I check my profile constantly!★And I give trustworthy advice that really works!★


by snagmonkey on 8/18/2012 3:21:52 PM


Same here and I'm going into 10th grade!

by fallsb-ball on 8/18/2012 2:14:17 PM

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