Preparing your child for menstruation - Mayo Clinic - Teens in mensturation

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A period is a release of blood from a girl's uterus, out through her vagina.​ Most of the time, a girl gets her period about 2 years after her breasts start to develop.​ This discharge usually begins about 6 months to a year before a girl gets her first period. Wondering whether it's normal to have irregular periods? Get the facts about this common problem.

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By Meztizshura - 04:49
Clinicians should educate girls and their caretakers (eg, parents or guardians) about what to expect of a first menstrual period and the range for normal cycle.
By Kajizil - 21:44
Pads are used to soak up the menstrual flow. Tampons and menstrual cups catch the flow.
By Nimuro - 22:45
Irregular periods in teenage girls may be linked to obesity, diabetes, reproductive issues, and heart disease.
By Kagakus - 20:55
STANFORD, CALIF. — A teenage patient complains of “heavy” menstrual periods​. Her mother mentions that her daughter never gets periods.

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