When will you get your first period? Quiz

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Even doctors can give you an exact date but I can offer you a best estimate of when your first period is coming!

  • 1
    How old are you?
  • 2
    How old was your mom?
  • 3
    Hair “down there”

  • 4
    Under arm hair?
  • 5
    Breast development?
  • 6
    Cramps?

  • 7
    Mood swings?
  • 8
    Leg hair?
  • 9
    Growth spurt?
  • 10
    Have you felt the need to have a boyfriend/girlfriend?

  • 11
    Have you ever experienced discharge?
  • 12
    How much discharge?

Comments (4)

autorenew

64 days ago
It said 0-3 months and I think its accurate cause I'm pretty sure im ovulating
89 days ago
If anyone wants a more accurate quiz see this one by Vicky ;) - First period estimator (its her only quiz)
96 days ago
I came across this and I want everyone to benefit from it.

Please copy and paste on another period quiz!Thanks!

When it comes to telling your mom, I’ve read a LOT of comments about girls that have had theirs but are really nervous.
So, here’s some tips about how to tell her.
Before you tell her, remind yourself she had hers at around the same time as you, and she probably felt the same emotions as you do right now. It’s also a totally natural thing that happens to every woman.
Now, take a deep breath and go to her. Maybe ask for some private time with her, and then simply say, “Hey, mom, I think I got my period.” She’ll probably give you the “talk” about all things girls, and you’ll go back to your room loaded up with supplies. And now it’s all over and done with!

You may think that your first period determines how mature you are, and you might be more respected at school because you have it.
The thing is, that’s not what matters. Think about it. A little blood doesn’t mean that you’ll somehow be more mature overnight! Instead, YOU get to decide when you are REALLY mature. And that decision is a really big deal, one that you don’t have to make until you’re ready for it. This point also applies to if you have not gotten yours yet and are anxiously awaiting it.

Another thing I want to talk about is the people around you. When your friends might ask if you’ve had your period yet, all you have to say is, “I’m sorry, I’m not willing to share that kind of thing,” or something along those lines. It’s your body, your business. No one needs to know unless YOURE ready. This paragraph also applies to if you have not gotten it yet.

And one more thing. Yes, there’s PMS, and cramps, and all that. BUT your period is beautiful, and it’s NOTHING to be ashamed of. It’s a brilliant way for your body to clean itself out. It’s something every woman deals with. Don’t ever be ashamed about it.

Plus, google “period pride” for more info on the last thing.
Thank you for reading and again, please repost to another period quiz.
99 days ago
first comment hahaha😂😂😂