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Is this brown stuff in my undies my period?

I think I just got my period. There’s a lot of brown stuff in my underwear (and I know it’s not poop ‘cause, well, I’d know). There’s...
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I'm 12 and I've discharging a lot, cramping, craving, and sleepy . Does this mean I will start my period soon ? Please help ASAP !!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Yes they are! Stay prepared and it will be fine!

Hannah H. 


Hannah H.

by _doitlikeashleey on 12/11/2012 6:24:04 AM

 
 



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Im 12 years old, discharging a lot , cramping , craving , and I'm really sleepy . My friend has her period and she said those are symptoms . Is this a sign that I'm going to get my period soon ? Please help.

 

 

 

Hey, Girl! yes it is! Stay prepared and it will all be fine.

Hannah H. 


Hannah H.

by _doitlikeashleey on 12/11/2012 6:18:11 AM

 
 



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I've had my period for five months. I don't really have a problem, except that my flow is always really light. My Mom says it's because I'm so active-- I am. I swim every single day for an hour and a half (Yeah, I do competitive swimming). So I'm wondering: why does my period get so light because I exercise so much? How does that work? Oh yeah, and also I get cramps every month, and they stop going during swim team. Mostly, I'm just wondering why exercising literally 'lightens up' your period. Thanks!




Hey girl! Being super active definitely seems to have an effect on periods. Some girls only get theirs for a few days or some may have light days like you. It totally depends on the girl, but it's totally normal! Mad props to you for staying fit!

xo

 
Taeler L.

by purple10115 on 12/7/2012 10:41:14 PM

 
 



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So, I have been getting spotting and cramps every month for five months. It's like a period, but it's so light that I don't have to wear a pad. I haven't gotten my period, but is this it? I am super active (and 14). I weigh around 100 pounds.I'm almost a B cup. I'm concerned, worried, and scared because most girls have gotten their real period after like two months of spotting at the most, and I have never heard of or read anything like this. I kind of want to ask a doctor, but I'm scared to ask my Mom because she's all like, "It'll come when it's ready." but I'm scared because I'm not sure if this is normal. Please help! PLEASE PLEASE. I am scared.

Hey girl, Moms are one of the best resources on this subject.  Tell her about the spotting and ask if she thinks you should see a doctor.  Don't worry, everyone's bod is different, which means our periods begin at different times.  In the meantime, make sure you're prepared for a heavier flow by sticking a pad in your purse or backpack.
Karin E.

by purple10115 on 12/5/2012 3:24:37 AM

 
 

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I just found this brown stuff in my panties today... I wear a uniform consisting of kaki pants a polo or a skirt, should i just year my plaid skirt so nothing soaks through? will it? any more tips? how far is my period now?
THXXX! <3

Hey girl,

It might be your period--I would ask your mom! And if it is I would wear a pad so it does not soak through to you clothes.

Meghan D.

by maggiemay1703 on 12/3/2012 8:07:16 PM

 
 

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Hey girl,

Discharge is totally normal, but there's no harm in talking to a doctor if you're still concerned. And don't compare yourself with your friends and your mom--everyone's body is different, and you'll get your period when your bod is ready!

Meghan D.

by dragonsrox1000 on 12/1/2012 11:42:28 PM

 
 



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Okay so I'm 15 and I just got me period in august up till spetember I had a regular period each month (except one) now I've skipped October and it's almost the end of November I'm really scared I'll skip it again. I still have discharge enough that I feel it. I'm scared that somehow I got perched but my belly isn't any bigger and I'm a virgin
Please help I'm way to scared to say anything to my mom and I don't go to any other doctor then my yearly one!!!

 

Hey ellaphantam, no worries you're fine girly. Periods tend to be irregular within your first to three years of getting one. Lots of girls go through this, so no worries. Hope this helps! Xoxo 


Lynae P.

by ellaphantm on 11/26/2012 12:41:03 AM

 
 

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Okay ive had white discharge for two years. At fist it was thin and i hardly saw it but now it comes out all day everyday. Like I can feel it all the time. What does this mean?

Hey girl,

Discharge is normal, but if you think you are getting more than a regular amount, you should talk to your mom or a doc to be safe Smile

Meghan D.

by ja3908 on 11/24/2012 10:52:18 PM

 
 

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what do i do? i have my discharge singe i was in the 4th grade! i get gooey white stuff in my underwear! i sometimes get brown.. and i just got a little tiny tiny drop of red but idk if its blood?!?! what do i do?

Hey girl,

Discharge is normal, and if it was just a drop it's probably not your period, but there's no harm in talking to your mom or a doc to be safe!

Meghan D.

by bunniboo11 on 11/23/2012 10:24:48 PM

 
 



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well i guess then the only way i can explain it is...it looks like a blob of blood?

 

sounds like a period to me! 


Katie L.

by myoung2013 on 11/21/2012 4:17:40 PM

 
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