Girl having their period

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Starting your menstrual period is one of these changes. When puberty begins, your brain signals your body to produce hormones. Some of these hormones prepare your body each month for a possible pregnancy. This is called the menstrual cycle. Hormones cause the lining of the uterus to become thicker with extra blood and tissue. One of your ovaries then releases an egg.

10 Common Period Questions

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Every month, in the years between puberty typically age 11 to 14 and menopause typically about age 51 , your body readies itself for pregnancy. The lining of your uterus thickens and an egg grows and is released from one of your ovaries. The average woman loses about two to three tablespoons of blood during her period. The time between periods last day to first day typically averages 28 days , with bleeding typically lasting around 2 to 7 days.

Growing Up

Some girls greet those first drops of blood with joy or relief, while others feel bewildered and scared. So, how do you discuss menstruation and offer education, as well as guidance and support, before the big day arrives? Or, what do you tell your son?
Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. You may want to look at their policies. Period questions come into every girls mind! Puberty can be pretty crazy — you shouldn't have to worry about your first period on top of it all. This tissue comes from the uterus, which is where a baby fetus can develop in the female body.