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Can I make my period come faster?


Is there a way to make your period come faster? I know I should wait for Mother Nature to do her thing, but I’m curious: Is there a way to speed up the process?

There is no way to speed up the process of getting your period, so do your best to enjoy your time without it!  Think of all the great things you can do without worrying: swimming without worrying about pads vs. tampons, going to sleepovers without dealing with Mother Nature’s gift., wearing white whenever, wherever! You don’t have to be concerned about planning your outfit around Aunt Flo or people looking through your purse and finding your feminine products.

Also, along with your period come bloating and cramps, which are so not fun to deal with, believe me. While it seems like a ‘cool’ part of growing up and it is a necessity in life, it is also extra responsibility and can become a hassle. Everyone develops at different times so don’t be concerned that you haven’t gotten it yet.  Enjoy your childhood—it goes faster than you think.

BY MADELEINE BROWN ON 6/29/2013 12:00:00 AM

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