Having a period is part of the reproductive cycle. It basically works like this: your ovaries release an egg every month. A hormone called progesterone begins to prepare your uterus for the fertilization and implantation of that egg into the lining of the uterus...aka pregnancy. The levels of another hormone, estrogen, go up too. When a pregnancy doesn't occur, the hormones progesterone and estrogen go back down again. This causes the lining in your uterus to need to regenerate itself in preparation for the next time your ovaries release an egg. This is when you have your period. This entire cycle takes about a month. Your actual period is the last step before the entire process starts all over again.
I know this probably seems confusing so the short and sweet answer to your question is that your uterus needs to get rid of the egg released by your ovaries every month and your period is the way it does that.
Being a woman, I understand that having a period is disgusting, messy, smelly, painful and just plain not fun, but it is a necessary part of the reproductive cycle.
No. All girls have their periods, and it just means you can have babies when you grow up. :)
Girls have had periods since well, ever! A period is when blood is realised out of a girls vagina. That's it basically
Periods have nothing to do with sexual orientation. Lesbians are just as capable of menstruating as straight girls.
Yes all girls start there periods between the ages of 9-16
Girls usually get their periods between the ages of 10 and 14.
Girls use kotex during their periods.
only girls get periods
Most girls will start their periods between the ages of 11 and 14. It can start earlier or later than that though.
Usually a girl has around 13 periods a year.
No. Periods start when girls hit puberty, around 12-15, and end during menopause, around 50.
every girl does
because of hormones.
yes, some can
Most girls will have their periods for 3-7 days approximately once a month. However, girls may experience PMS before they get their periods, and this may confuse some people into thinking they have their periods for several weeks. As well, some girls period's may fluctuate wildly for a variety of reasons. Generally anyone this happens to should talk to their doctor about it.
no girls do not poo as they have something in their system meaning that they can only have periods and kids
Girls have periods as part of their menstrual cycle. When an egg is not fertilized, the egg and uterine lining is expelled from the body once a month which is known as a period.
No, not all girls get periods, also for the record some boys do get periods.There are lots of reasons why some girls don't get periods, some girls don't have the reproductive organs needed to menstruate whereas with others there may be more complex medical reasons.