Your child will go through lots of changes in puberty. One of the most significant milestones is her first period. Most of the blood and tissue comes out in the first couple of days, but some girls will continue to have bleeding for up to seven days. The amount of bleeding varies. If a girl has a major growth spurt and has grown some underarm hair, periods are likely to be just around the corner. Cycles are usually between 25 and 35 days. But girls might not get regular periods for the first few years, so their cycles might change from one period to the next. Irregular cycles can be as short as 21 days, and as long as 45 days or even longer. Girls who start their periods earlier will usually get a regular cycle more quickly than girls who start their periods later.
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Do you experience hot flushes or night sweats around the time of your period?
While working for a nonprofit in Kenya several years ago, Cora founder Molly Hayward met a local girl named Purity. As I came to understand, this was an unfortunate reality for all the girls in the village. As Hayward would come to learn, that reality extends far beyond one village in Kenya. Classified as a health issue, menstruation advocates find it difficult to have their voices heard when, especially at a global level, those health issues which are life threatening take precedent.
An introduction to periods and sweating
In this Spotlight feature, we debunk some of the most widespread menstruation misconceptions. Virtually all of them do, have, or will go through menstruation period , the part of the menstrual cycle in which the uterus sheds mucosal tissue alongside blood through the vagina. Periods can last between 3 and 7 days and usually occur every 28 days, though menstrual cycle lengths can vary.
Do you find you feel more hot and bothered at certain times of the month? Do you find your temperature fluctuates at different times of the month? But hot flushes and night sweats only happen to menopausal women , right? Not necessarily. Pre-menopausal women have the same sex hormones as women going through the menopause and believe it or not these hormones can fluctuate significantly during each and every menstrual cycle too. Your hormones fluctuate month to month in order to give you your period and a host of symptoms can arise as a result of this; including changes in your body temperature. Excessive sweating could also be a sign of another condition such as hyperthyroidism. On this page I explain some of the mechanisms behind changing body temperature in and around the time of your period and what can be done to help. This includes a range of dietary changes, practical changes you can make at home or through the use of herbal remedies.