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Tips for managing your period

  • Try wearing a liner on a daily basis. They're great for absorbing discharge and if your period starts unexpectedly, you won’t ruin your underwear.
  • Carry some pads with you so you’re always prepared.
  • Mark the date in your diary when your period starts. Once your period becomes regular you'll start to notice it follows a pattern.
  • Set up reminders on your phone as to when to expect your next period. There are free period tracker apps especially for doing this.

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Little pug

I am 10 In a few weeks it is my birthday and have not actually started my periods yet but need advice on it, this helped. Also should I now use liners every day? I am also bad at telling my parents things like when I want liners I go all shy so can some people reply on this comment I need advice fast as I am going back to school soon so I need help. Thanks, little pug

Hi123cheese

This helped but I'm VERY unorganised and I'm scared i'll forget to do it and never know my cycle, I haven't started my period yet by the way.

Period Helper 205

Reply to UNICORN I highly recommend an app called clue I have it personally and it has never been wrong for me and my cycle. You can get it on Google play or search for the clue in Google and you will find it there.

Unicorn

To unicorn. "Clue" is a bril one I have used it for 2-3 years. " period tracker and woman's diary" is a amazing as well

Period girl helper 205

reply to UNICORN I highly recommend an app called clue I have it personally and it is really accurate and has never been wrong for my cycle. You can get it on Google play or search it in Google and you will find it. Please reply to this post🙂

Unicorn

Are there any period tracking apps you would recommend?

Hi am Khanyie

Why is this product not in South Africa yet???

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