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Anonymous

In my first time of periods I put my pad unpealedūüė≠

2 months, 2 weeks Ago Report

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Phatfwa

Talking to someone you love can help you during this moment

2 months, 3 weeks Ago Report

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Anonymous

Periods can be a bit confusing if it's your first time so having someone to talk to can help

2 months, 4 weeks Ago Report

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Sisanda

Having the talk with your mom or parent is very important because there’s a lot of confusion out there from both genders actually and I feel like boys should be let in so they are able to know how to handle us as ladies when we have our period And how to handle their future daughters instead of passing her over to mom

6 months, 3 weeks Ago Report

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Mbali

A period cycle is a sign you're now a matured woman who is now ready to have a baby...and that you must not have unprotected sex to avoid unwanted pregnancy

1 year, 5 months Ago Report

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Nana

Oky nawucala vele kumele kutsi ukhulume nemuntfu lomdzala kuze akusite cz kuyesabeka vele an uyatfuka kuba like kukhona loku kabi lokwentile xm

1 year, 5 months Ago Report

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Nosiendoe

It was quite aweful experience since I was at school

1 year, 5 months Ago Report

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Anonymous

I was at school.and it was a disaster i didn't went for breakfast

1 year, 5 months Ago Report

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Zethu

On my first period I thought I was sick some kind of sickness when you peer blood I understood later what was going on

1 year, 5 months Ago Report

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Swanedlomo

On my first period I couldn't tell anyone about it,I knew what was wrong but I was just scared.its normal to be unable to talk about it cause you may not understand what's going on but I'd advise young girls to speak up it's nothing shameful.

1 year, 6 months Ago Report

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Bulawayo

Parent should communicate with their children about the changes that take place in their bodies, so that their children can not be afraid of what will be happening in their bodies.

1 year, 6 months Ago Report

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Bulawayo

Parent would communicate with their children about the changes that take place in their bodies, so that their children can not be afraid of what will be happening in their bodies.

1 year, 6 months Ago Report

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Princess

I was afraid to inform my mother

1 year, 6 months Ago Report

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Anonymous

I think parent must tell their children about changes that will take place basakhula in their body so that bangatomanga if setenteka letitfo cz seba aware ngayo babatjela batali nabo ngato

1 year, 9 months Ago Report

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Nickys

i think parent must tell their child about this thing because of some reasons so i advise mother to tell their child about that

1 year, 10 months Ago Report

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Anonymous

I'm so interested in this app ngcela our parents kutsi basifundzise ngekutiphatsa kahle

1 year, 11 months Ago Report

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Wemakholo

as young girls we need time with our parents explaining things that are take place in our bodies so we won't panic

1 year, 11 months Ago Report

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Sihle

I barely new what to expect. With the help of my mom I learnt how to take care of myself

1 year, 11 months Ago Report

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Miyanda31

You know when i experienced my first period i had no one to consult. But i knew all there was to know about periods through close friends and teen movies. My mother knew i had my first period two months after that encounter. By that time i was not residing with her. When she i told her about it. I tried to make it seem like it's something we all go through. I hated having those conversations with her because once she'd start she'd never stop. What i realised is that sometimes we tend to blame our female parents or guardians for such issues. For not, "talking to us". Truth is it takes two to tango. They wont know what you're battling with if you also don't reach out to them. We sometimes expect our parents to be mediums. Which they are not. I say learn to speak out. No matter how akward it seems. When you start feeling more akward go at it even harder. Our parents will never know if we conceal and expect them to always know when we experience such things as periods. Some even forget that you're going to have periods and that's why there isn't the, "talk". Let's us learn as well to also reach. Met each other halfway.

4 years, 11 months Ago Report

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@Dr Thulebona

period pains!!! natural factor.... parents have to talk to d girl child about menstruation so that they don't freak out on d first time they go thru such

5 years Ago Report

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