Don't stop taking the pill until you are ready to get pregnant. It can happen right away or it can take a while. But if you aren't ready and it happens right away... And you should stop taking the pill at the end of the pill pack, not in the middle of a pack.
The average age of menarche is 13 years old, with anything between 10-16 years old being within normal range. It's best to start carrying supplies with you from the start of puberty, menarche normally occurs within four years of starting puberty: e.g. start carrying supplies when you start experiencing discharge. You shouldn't use tampon when first starting menstruating, just carry pads, liners, painkillers, tissues, and spare underwear.
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