You have discharge right after the period that just ended and it lasts
Yes. You get discharge before you get your period.
On average about one to two years
well, i had discharge for about three years and then i went through puberty and my period. it is now my fourth month going through my period. peace!!!!!!!!! - candace redman
Girls usually have discharge for about 6 months to a year before starting her first period but it can vary from girl to girl. Some girls can have discharge for only about 3-4 months before getting their first periods as others may have discharge for about 2 years before they start.
Discharge starts as you enter puberty - there is no specific length of time between starting to get discharge and getting your first period, however it is normal to get your first period will start within four years of starting puberty. It's also normal just before your first period to see changes to your discharge such as clear stretchy discharge like egg-whites 2-3 weeks before your period which then becomes thicker and heavier getting closer to your period, often followed by pink or brown discharge ('spotting') just before your period starts.
stop making me hornythats discusting who the hell is this?
for some it can be from a few months or for others 2-3 years.
Vaginal discharge starts as you enter puberty, there is no way of telling when your period will start by when you started to get discharge. The most that can be said is that menstruation normally starts within four years of starting puberty.