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Embarrasing Menstrual Situation
Ever had a really embarrassing period experience? Did you tell anyone? What advice could you give others so it doesn't happen to them?

What I wish I knew in 7th grade

Posted by: thedesigner on Wed Jan 17, 2007
I was in 7th grade. Social Studies was the class, and I was not one of popular people around. I was an outside-of-the-rim person - in other words "a geek" - and I had attracted the mean kids' interest.

So in class I was sitting and listening to the teacher. The class bell rang and it was time to get up. I was new to having a period and at that time unable to estimate when my period would begin. That day and that moment it had started. I stood up and was shocked to see that my seat was bright red! My period had started and had gotten through my panties and my jeans. I was so embarrased, and it didn't help me that everyone noticed. The word spread and the mean kids had so much fun with this that I never was able to live it down until after 8th grade.

Keep track of your periods. Mark it on a calendar. Keep track of your body. See if you can feel ovulation. Watch the power and energy in your body. Watch for pain in joints and muscles. If you can, then you will be able to estimate its start time. It helps.
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