Menstruation is a completely natural process.
it means you are fertile, whether you want to have biological children some time in the future or not
writing down the first day of your period every time you get it will help you find out whether
you are starting to get a regular cycle or not
knowing your cycle helps in two ways: for now, you can figure out when your next period is coming;
for later, if you end up having sex with guys, it will mean knowing your most
fertile time and taking it into consideration
your cycle of mucus changes through the month
your vagina cleans itself; you don't need to do more than wash your vulva (outside) with mild
there are several ways to deal with cramps, like hot water bottles, warm baths, and light exercise. Going on the pill at a very young age is not one of
PMS doesn't happen to everyone; and there are several ways to deal with this. Check out this link: http://www.ehow.com/how_2107583_deal-pms-bloating.html
For more information talk to your doctor or school nurse! We here at Camp Cranky like these links A LOT.
This one is aalllll about your period. Woo hoo.
This one is great if you've got questions!! It can help answer anything from "How do I know if I'm pregnant" to "How do I put on a condom??" It also has fun games and quizes all about sex!