A Girl’s First Period Of Menstruation


January 24, 2010

Every woman goes through this at one time or another to the first period. It may be interesting, it may be scary, it may be reassuring every woman feels differently when it occurs first. However, you may be feeling, and the onset of menstruation is a sign of the real that you may have moved from adolescence into womanhood. It may not seem like you’re any older, but your body is actually ready to have a baby of their own. This can be scary, but it is through knowledge, and prepared, you can place you have any concerns about menstruation and femininity of the rest.

What is menstruation?
Your first menstrual period is referred to the start of menstruation. You will probably notice that as a spot of blood on the underpants when you go to the bathroom or change clothes. This blood spot can look dark red brown or bright, so do not feel concerned if not the color that was expected. You can use any health or masters beast to capture the blood that comes out. From now on, you will receive the menstrual period and according to a cycle thatyour body is determined.

Every woman has their own individual cycle, usually takes between 21 and 40 days. At the beginning of each session, and drawn up by a period. Usually takes between 3 and 7 days, my menstrual blood will change color slightly throughout the duration of each period that you have. Your periods are likely to start then get the light and heavier, eventually tapering off. It may take about 2 years for your period to become regular. You may miss a period here and there in the beginning, but do not worry, this is normal. If you find yourself dealing with menstrual cramps, you may need to taske house or a natural supplement.



Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.