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    So I am due on my period the first day of my holiday which I’m pretty annoyed about. As last year I was on my period on holiday aswell. Is there any classic natural things I can do to have my period earlier? As I normally faint, vomit or have excruciating pains or all of them (this started happening every month about 7 months ago now), and it would really ruin the first few days of my holiday as it would be wasted. Do I have to go on the pill (bearing in mind my sister and Mum had to go on the pill when they were my age for the same reason) I’m 16 btw.
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    Possibly, try to go the g.p, so they can give you something, I think there's also a pill you could take to hold off your period for longer until your holiday finishes although this can change your flow so wouldn't really recommend
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    (Original post by Esme6560)
    Possibly, try to go the g.p, so they can give you something, I think there's also a pill you could take to hold off your period for longer until your holiday finishes although this can change your flow so wouldn't really recommend
    Would it be easier to just get the pill in general, so that my cramps hopefully won’t be as bad and then also for contraception if I get a boyfriend in the future? I would feel extremely awkward talking to a doctor about it with my Mum there, and I wouldn’t wanna ask her to leave cause then it would look suspicious.
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    Would it be easier to just get the pill in general, so that my cramps hopefully won’t be as bad and then also for contraception if I get a boyfriend in the future? I would feel extremely awkward talking to a doctor about it with my Mum there, and I wouldn’t wanna ask her to leave cause then it would look suspicious.
    You mum doesn't have to come with you to the appointment. It sounds like you would benefit from having a chat to your GP about the pros and cons of what would he best in your situation.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Would it be easier to just get the pill in general, so that my cramps hopefully won’t be as bad and then also for contraception if I get a boyfriend in the future? I would feel extremely awkward talking to a doctor about it with my Mum there, and I wouldn’t wanna ask her to leave cause then it would look suspicious.
    Yes, that's very definitely an option.

    Given that she - and your sister - had to do the same thing should mean that she understands exactly, but you should have no problems about going on your own. Is it just the period aspect you don't want to talk about with her there or are there other questions that would make it awkward?
 
 
 
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