9 edition of Getting your period found in the catalog.
Discusses the facts and feelings about menstruation citing the experiences of individual girls of different ages. Also includes descriptive illustrations.
|Statement||Jean Marzollo ; illustrated by Kent Williams ; introduction by Marcia Storch.|
|Contributions||Williams, Kent, ill.|
|LC Classifications||RJ145 .M37 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|ISBN 10||0803703554, 0803703562|
|LC Control Number||88003986|
'My Little Red Book' Teen author collects tales from women about getting their first period Regan McMahon Published am PDT, Thursday, J Having a regular menstrual period is something that many women expect as part of their normal body function, especially since a regular menstrual period is associated with regular ovulation. Not getting your menstrual period, not bleeding, is called amenorrhea. If you have amenorrhea and you have had unprotected sex, or have been trying to get.
Getting your period on an extreme end—early or late—can also increase your odds of having heart disease later in life, according to a study published last year in the journal Circulation. For. Registering a copyright is easy and, compared to other forms of intellectual property protection, inexpensive. Especially for something like a novel, registering a copyright gives the author tremendous intellectual property protection. To register a book or other creative work, simply go to , the website set up by the Library of.
Celebrate You Your Moontime Magic was created to honor and support everything about you The start of your periods, also known as your moontime, and the transition from your kid-self to your teen-self can be awesome but also overwhelming. Let this book coach you through all things moontime, including physical and emotional changes, self-nurturing, mindfulness, and self-love. Signs that your period is on its way are if you've grown underarm and pubic hair. Typically, you'll start your periods about 2 years after your breasts start growing and about a year after getting a white vaginal discharge. The average girl will get her first period around 12 .
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The Period Book will help guide you through all the physical, emotional, and social changes that come with your period, as well as related issues like dealing with pimples, mood swings, and new expectations from friends and family.
Debbie Palen's funny and sympathetic cartoons ease the confusion and exasperation you might feel, and celebrate /5(). Great book for girls anticipating their first period and in general for learning about the changes in the body.
I used this book as an addition to the "birds and the bees" talk for my 11 yr old daughter. This book is a great reference and visual tool for girls that want to know about their bodies and upcoming changes.
Very informative, easy to /5(98). This book is written for runners who have lost their period, but regardless of what sport you do, if you don’t get your period, Overcoming Amenorrhea: Get Your Period Back.
Get Your Life Back will help. — Okay, so you know my story by now. Puberty often happens sooner rather than later. And a huge part of Getting your period book for many is getting their first period. And giving your daughter (and even your son) some books about menstruation is a wonderful way to start talking.
Finding the right books Getting your period book menstruation can be challenging. It needs to be age-appropriate but factual. 6 First Period Books You Need to Read With Your Daughter The Period Book: A Girl's Guide to Growing UpThe Care and Keeping of You: The Body Book for Younger GirlsThe Care & Keeping of You 2: The Body Book for Older GirlsGrowing Up: It's a Girl Thing: Straight Talk about First Bras, First Periods, and Your Changing BodyHelloFlo: The Guide, Period.: The Everything Puberty Book for the Modern Girl.
Getting your period is a normal part of growing up. During your period, a little bit of blood comes out of your vagina for a few days. Here’s the deal on periods, cramps, and PMS. Most people get their period every days — around once a month (that’s why periods are sometimes called.
Yes, to get your period back you may need to put on a bit of weight. And yes, you’re going to be ok. Once it is back you can then work out the perfect balance for YOU. We exercised way less. We’ve always exercised a lot.
In high school we’d swim at least 5 times a week, at least 3km a session. The essential guidebook for every girl. The Period Book is a reassuring must-read for every girl about to have her period, and every parent wishing to prepare a daughter for this important milestone.
With more thancopies sold, The Period Book stands out from the pack by specifically addressing younger girls. And with eleven now the average age at which girls get their period, this Author: Karen Gravelle.
Ask if your child knows about periods. Then, you can share basic information, such as: As a girl develops into a woman, her body changes so she can have a baby when she grows up. Part of that is getting a place ready for the baby to grow inside the mom.
The place a baby grows is called a uterus. Every month the uterus wall gets ready for a. Getting your period. Starting your period — or menstruation — is a major part of puberty and means your body now can make a baby.
It also means lots of other changes are going on throughout the month. Feeling a little confused about your period. Check out the links below to. DivaCup menstrual cup – possibly the best gift idea for girls getting their first periods.
The Diva Cup Model 2 Menstrual Cup has more positive reviews on Amazon than any health product I’ve discovered. The DivaCup is more comfortable than a tampon, and it will ensure that your girl doesn’t experience the embarrassment of leakage if she gets her period when she doesn’t expect it.
Beginning menstruation, often called getting your period, is a normal part of going through puberty for a person that has a uterus. Watch the full video to.
Get this from a library. Getting your period: a book about menstruation. [Jean Marzollo; Kent Williams] -- Discusses the facts and feelings about menstruation citing the experiences of individual girls of different ages.
Also includes descriptive illustrations. Getting your period is bad enough, but getting it at work makes it that much worse. It can make for some embarrassing moments, especially when you're not prepared, as these stories show. 18 women are sharing their embarrassing stories about getting their periods.
Here it is, here it goes. This is my long awaited (for good reasons) first period draw my life. Biiiiig shoutout to Brianna Renee for this video idea, ILY. Are you in middle or high school. Do you. Period mishaps are bound to happen, so help your daughter pick a trusted adult she can ask for help if she’s away from home.
It may be a coach, teacher, counselor, or a friend’s parent. From super–informative articles to real answers from three perspectives — a peer, a mom, and a health expert — you'll find everything you need to know about periods.
This is not intended to be medical advice. Everybody is different so please make sure to consult your physician if you're having issues. Although it's not very convenient to get your period at school, remember that there are people you can turn to for help.
You'll get in the habit of being prepared. And before you know it, getting your period — wherever you are — will be no big deal. Reviewed by: Mary L.
Gavin, MD. Date reviewed: June your period can begin at the age of 9 or but every girl is different. some girls might get their period at 12,13,or even your period will last up to days.
your period will end. 20 Girls Get Real About Getting Their First Period "I wasn't about to cancel on my crush, so I wadded up toilet paper around my undies like a pad, tied my. Get this from a library! Your moontime magic: a girl's guide to getting your period and loving your body.
[Maureen Theresa Smith] -- "A guide to helping adolescent girls navigate the physical and emotional changes that occur with the onset of menstruation.
Includes traditional myths, personal stories, brief anatomy lessons, and.Great question! An irregular period means your period does not follow a normal cycle. Irregular periods may show up early, late, or be skipped altogether.
They are a bit unpredictable. If you continually experience early, late or skipped periods then you may have an irregular period. I hope that helps Anon. Your friend,-Dedy The PEriod Blog. And just like that, getting your period went from a rite of passage into a new month filled with creative possibility—literally, to create babies and new life!—to a resented curse and feared Author: Christie Craft.