- Why is your first period Brown?
- What color is your first period?
- How long do 12 year olds periods last?
- Can a girl’s first period be brown?
- Is it normal for a 12 year old to have brown discharge?
- Which age periods will stop?
- Is it normal to get your period at age 11?
- What color is VAG discharge?
- Does your first period hurt?
- What a girl’s first period looks like?
- What are symptoms of a girl’s first period?
- Why does my daughter smell down there?
- Does Brown Discharge mean first period?
- Why does my 11 year old daughter have discharge?
- Can a period last 1 day?
- Should I tell my mom I started my period?
- When do girls start their period?
- What is the white gooey stuff that comes out of a girl?
Why is your first period Brown?
Brown blood is just blood that isn’t fresh.
When menstrual flow is very light, blood often takes a little longer to come out of the body, and thus turns brown before coming out of the vagina, this is completely normal!.
What color is your first period?
What colour is your period when you first start? Your period loss looks like dark reddish-brown blood when you first start, then it becomes a redder colour for later periods. But you are not bleeding as if you have cut yourself.
How long do 12 year olds periods last?
Periods usually last about 5 days.
Can a girl’s first period be brown?
Many girls will have a very light flow of blood the first couple of times they get their period, others have more. Lots of girls expect their blood to be bright red during their periods, but it’s completely normal for menstrual blood to be brownish.
Is it normal for a 12 year old to have brown discharge?
This is completely normal and natural during puberty. If your child experiences a sudden change of color or smell of the vaginal discharge talk to your child’s doctor to make sure she doesn’t have an infection.
Which age periods will stop?
Menopause is the time that marks the end of your menstrual cycles. It’s diagnosed after you’ve gone 12 months without a menstrual period. Menopause can happen in your 40s or 50s, but the average age is 51 in the United States. Menopause is a natural biological process.
Is it normal to get your period at age 11?
Most girls will have their first period when they’re between 11 and 14½, but anywhere from 9-16 years is considered normal. If a girl has a major growth spurt and has grown some underarm hair, periods are likely to be just around the corner.
What color is VAG discharge?
Clear discharge, which can also be whitish in color, is usually normal. It may have an egg-white like consistency. It’s also the go-to discharge a healthy body expels to rebalance itself — because your vagina is an amazing, self-cleaning organ.
Does your first period hurt?
Does having a period cause pain or discomfort? Some girls have a cramping pain in the lower abdomen or back or breast tenderness just before and during their periods. Others get headaches or feel dizzy. Some get nausea or diarrhea.
What a girl’s first period looks like?
Your first period should last anywhere from 2 to 7 days. It may be very light, with just a few spots of brownish blood. Or it may start and end more brownish, but be brighter red on heavier flow days.
What are symptoms of a girl’s first period?
Most of the time, a girl gets her period about 2 years after her breasts start to develop. Another sign is vaginal discharge fluid (sort of like mucus) that a girl might see or feel on her underwear. This discharge usually begins about 6 months to a year before a girl gets her first period.
Why does my daughter smell down there?
What if your daughter has a smell coming from down there? Young girls and infants may have normal vaginal odor. Diapers and urine may make the smell a little stronger. However, if your daughter has a smell, redness, itching, and may complain that it hurts when she pees, it’s probably vulvovaginitis.
Does Brown Discharge mean first period?
For some, the first period is light, with a small amount of blood. It may begin gradually, starting with some spotting or brown discharge before becoming red.
Why does my 11 year old daughter have discharge?
Yes, this is perfectly normal. Girls start to produce more vaginal discharge (fluid) as they go through puberty and the hormones in the glands of the vagina and cervix (neck of the womb) begin to work. The fluid helps to keep the vaginal area moist and protects it from damage or infection.
Can a period last 1 day?
Some women have periods every 21 days, while others have periods that are 35 days apart. When it comes to periods, every woman is different. Most women have periods that last around three to five days each month. But a period that lasts only two days, or goes on for seven days, is also considered normal.
Should I tell my mom I started my period?
Whichever girl you are, it’s important to tell your mom. It’ll be easier to get the supplies you need. Just remember that she was once your age, getting her first period, so she knows this territory well.
When do girls start their period?
Most girls start their periods when they’re about 12, but they can start as early as 8, so it’s important to talk to girls from an early age to make sure they’re prepared before the big day. Many parents feel awkward talking about periods, especially with pre-teen girls, who can seem to get easily embarrassed.
What is the white gooey stuff that comes out of a girl?
Yeast infection discharge is caused by an overgrowth of fungus in the vagina. Symptoms of yeast infection discharge include a thick, white, cottage cheese-like discharge, along with itching, redness, irritation and burning. Roughly 90 percent of women will have a yeast infection at some point in their life.