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hi im 15 and have only got my period... its been my second day into it and i keep getting jelly like blood coming out. i can feel it come out and it is unpleasent. is this normal? how long will the peroid generally stay for. and how do i no when it is goin to come back

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im 14 and thought id never have my period and i got brown blood on 24 of dec and i still had brown today(29) i went to the bathroom a second ago and i looked down and there was red blood like oozing out like snot but bright red and its freakin me out
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Well every period comes once a month.
Usually on the day it first happens.
Sometimes a few days be4 or after.
Your youung, so your period will get worst when you get it more, or might not have any pain at all.
The red oozy stuff is the blood from inside your uterous (insides) (vagina)

Well here is some stuff ive learned to help u girls.


During a menstrual period, a woman bleeds from her uterus (womb) via the vagina. This lasts anything from three to seven days. Each period commences approximately every 28 days

Getting your first menstrual period is one of the most visible signs that you are starting puberty. Puberty usually happens for girls some time between the ages of 9 and 16. There is nothing wrong with you if you get your period later or earlier than your friends get their periods. A woman will have approximately 500 periods in her lifetime.

The blood that leaves your body during your period is the blood and tissue that build up as the lining of your uterus each month. Your period flow can be light, heavy, or somewhere in between. Your periods may also vary in color. Sometimes menstrual blood will be light red and sometimes, dark red. It may also be heavy the first day or so of your period, and then get lighter. Periods usually last between three and five days, but it is normal to have periods that are either shorter or longer. It is also normal if your periods are not the same number of days each month.Menstrual cycles take place over about one month (around 23 to 35 days), but each woman is different in the number of days this lasts. The cycle includes not just your period, but the rise and fall of hormones and other body changes that take place over the month

At first, your periods may not be regular; you may have two in one month, or have a month without a period at all. Periods will become more regular in time.

Illustration of girl meditatingNot all women are the same in the number of days in between periods and how long periods last.

There are three types of products you can use for your period: sanitary pads, tampons, and menstrual cups. You might decide one is best for you, or you may want to use a combination. No one can see that you are wearing a tampon, pad, or menstrual cup, although you may find some pads to feel a little bulky. You just have to find the right products for you. Whichever ones you use, it is important to follow the instructions on the packaging and wash your hands before and after use.
* Pads stick to the inside of your underwear and soak up the blood that leaves the vagina.
* Some pads are thinner for days when your period is light, and some are thicker for when you are bleeding more. You can also use these thicker pads at night when you sleep.
* During the day, it is best to check your pad to see if it needs changing every couple of hours. It will need to be changed before it is soaked with blood.
* If you are concerned about any smell, changing pads often and keeping up good hygiene will help control this. You do not need to use deodorant pads.
* You probably don't want to wear pads when you swim. They will soak up water and be bulky.

Learn more about grooming and hygiene.
Tampons: what you should know top

* Tampons are put inside of your vagina to soak up blood before it leaves your body. Instructions come with tampon products to show you how to put them in.
* Some tampons have a plastic or cardboard covering that makes it easier for you to put the tampon in. This is called the "applicator." Do not leave the applicator inside your vagina.
* All tampons have a string at the end to help you take it out when it needs to be changed (at least every 4 to 8 hours).
* Tampons will not get lost in your vagina or "slip up."
* You can wear tampons when you swim. Water does not enter your vagina.
* It is VERY important that you use the tampon with the lowest level of absorbency for your needs. On the heavy days, you may need a “super” tampon and as your flow gets lighter, you may only need a “regular” tampon. Or, you may only need a “regular” tampon on your heavy days, and then can switch to a “junior” tampon for your lighter days. You will be able to tell what level of absorbency you need by how often you need to change your tampon.
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this is normal it just means your peirods are regulating:)
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That's perfectly normal!

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