usually when you get headaches and your breast are bigger and you have breast tenderness and mostly when you have vaginal discharge. white stuff from your vagina.
alot of cramps sometimes vomiting
You know you are getting close when you get a brown discharge in your underwear. You can't tell for certain when it will actually happen, but you can be prepared.
U will blode
No, that is a symtom of your period. I know it is wierd. Pregancy symptoms are period symptoms :)
One of the most obvious ways to tell if you are going to get your period soon is after you have been having discharge for 6-12 months
Just relax, once you start getting your period you will notice its not to scary at all. I know how you feel, i was once your age to. Once you get your first period just tell an adult you trust like your mom (that's who i went to) she will know just what to do. Another good thing to do is talk to your mom about it if your really that scared. ; )
You might be wiping mucus for a while. I always get mucus two weeks before and right up to my period. I started getting my period when I was ten and I'm thirteen now so I don't really remember but it might be the same for your first period.
first you will miss your period and then you will start getting sick i would say 6 weeks
You ovulate first as your period is your body getting rid of the egg and excess mucus etc.
Don't know about his period, but i know he'll enjoy feasting on yours :)
What causes that is when you have your period for the first time it becomes inrregular so you don't know when your getting it instill you see reddish-browish spots in your underwear.
Well,with some people,if you haven't had your first period yet,it could be a sign of it coming on.also,others signs of you getting ready to start a first period is the breasts getting bigger.
Yes, you still have a period.Answeryes you get a period after getting your tubes tied. i just had mine done in April of 2001 and in may i started my cycle. it may be heavy at first for the first few months but then will go back to normal. if you do not get one after having the tied call your obgyn and let them know. you may get an infection.
Yes but only roughly two weeks before the first period. Now I say roughly because that's when most women ovulate. Getting your period means you are sheding your uterein wall after ovulation. So you ovulate before your period. But if you have never had a period before you won't know your cycle starts. USE A CONDOM.
Menstruation is the shedding of the uterine lining, it stops when that process stops. So simply you know when you're getting off your period because the bleeding slows down and then stops.
You can know when you start getting cramps (when your bladder hurts) and when blood starts to come out of your vigina. Your first period is the worst. You have a lot of blood and get terrible cramps. Sometimes you feel your gonna faint. Your period usually last for 3 to 7 days. A week at the most.
If your first period is brown don't worry your body is still getting use to menstruation time.
the time between 2 periods is usually about 30 days, if you are worrying about getting your first period, you will know when you are going to get it if you notice some yellowish/white discharge (that comes out of your vagina) is in your pants, when you notice this you will keep getting the discharge for about 1 year and then you will get your period Your period wont regulate for about a year thats what my doc said gtg 2 sleep hope my improvement helped
Yes, she could. The period is the body's way of getting rid of an unfertilized egg. So there can be an egg prior to the first period.
A pregnancy test would still be positive even if you were still getting your period
When you first have your first period you wont no. just make sure you have a pad in your school bag.
There are various ways that you can use to know when you get your period the first time. The easiest indication would be the discharge and the cramps in the lower abdomen.
pheeew i do not know if you get your period if it is the first one a month then chanses are its period but i dont know ask your doctor
its brownish or red