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    Hi people, i'm 17 and haven't started my periods yet, and was quite enjoying it actually. Ive got a doctor's appointment soon regarding it, and an mri scan booked. However, yesterday, i got this wierd stuff on my underwear.. it weren't even red so i didnt think it would be a period. I dismissed it and changed. However today, after a day out, its happened again. The colour is a browny one.. i don't know, is this the day i've been dreading??

    please help.. dont get freaked out!

    also.. ive had no pain or cramps at all :s
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    Sounds like the beginning of a period! Most women's periods start off as a browny mucus discharge. And don't worry that you haven't got any cramps, not all women do - be grateful that you haven't!
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    lol yh ...could be your period coming.
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    aaaarrgghh what do i do. I am not prepared!!!!
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    ^Lol...you don't need to prepare.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi people, i'm 17 and haven't started my periods yet, and was quite enjoying it actually. Ive got a doctor's appointment soon regarding it, and an mri scan booked. However, yesterday, i got this wierd stuff on my underwear.. it weren't even red so i didnt think it would be a period. I dismissed it and changed. However today, after a day out, its happened again. The colour is a browny one.. i don't know, is this the day i've been dreading??

    please help.. dont get freaked out!

    also.. ive had no pain or cramps at all :s
    The transition from girl to woman has come!
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    Erm well there's nothing to do other than wear sanitary towels or tampons!
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    Put a towel on, or use a tampon? Either one will work fine. I wasn't prepared when my period came along when I was 8 years old. Early or late, it's the same sort of thing for all girls (ish).
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    ^Loool 8 OMG...i got mines at 12 or something......
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    tampons... sanitary towels may be best first actually. then do nothing just act normal.
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    Sounds like a period! Go get some sanitary towels or tampons (since you're new to this, try slim ones with an applicator )
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    (Original post by loopykitten!)
    tampons... sanitary towels may be best first actually. then do nothing just act normal.
    Lol yh...I think you should try pads first:yep: .
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    uh ohh... i have no pads at home. Will i survive till tomorow? I have a driving lesson at 9am

    what do i dooooooooo

    im so sorry if im being irritating!!
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    Ask your mum for some maybe.....
 
 
 
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