like Sephira said, you should wear a pad or tampon..always keep them in your bag everyday in case of accidents. But if it happen unexpected and dont have anything, then you can tie a jacket around your waste to cover and go to the nurse if they have any extra clothes , they should have a tampon or a pad
Oh hun i've had that happen to me before. Its super embarrassing. Just if you know the time is coming up use a tampon or pad before it happens.. If you have an unpredictable one like i do then carry extra pants around. I had to do that my first year because i still couldn't tell when it was going to happen... Its really hard when that happens. Good luck hun!
If you don't know when to expect your period, try not to wear white shorts or pants. Blood in blue jeans isn't as noticable. If you're worried, keep some spare shorts with you or in your locker, or a sweater that you can tie around your waist.
Always and I mean ALWAYS keep a change of clothes in your locker. It could even be a milk spill on your shirt. Always keep a t-shirt, shorts, and jeans or sweatpants and a sweatshirt. One day my friend "leaked" through her uniform skirt and we had to go through the old uniform section and find one for her.
I had it go through my navy blue shorts during math class when I was sitting right behind my boyfriend. It went through to the seat. It was really embarrassing, but he hugged me and said not to worry about it. The teacher let me borrow her jacket to go down to the nurse
Nothing is worse than the unexpected period. Wait until you get older. In any case always be prepared--although difficult at times. But all this is natural. Don't worry if it happens. Or any other accident
You should always have an extra pad or tampon in your locker and NEVER wear white pants or shorts! If you dont have one, go to the bathroom and use toilet paper as a temporary fix. The nurse will have something you can use too. Good luck and i hope that doesnt happen!! :) -S-
well to be sure u should carry a bag with u and put some pads in them and they dont really see through blue jeans also i would choose pads if u were u but if u go to the pool then use a tampon but tell ur mom on how to put the tampon on
Keep the tampon in, also a thick one. If for example, it goes on your jeans or what ever you're wearing, ask a friend and kindly ask for a jacket (if someone has one). Go to the bathroon first and put down some toilet paper on the underwear, then if you don't want anyone to know, go ask the teacher to see the nurse. Then ask for a pad, or tampon. (Better if it was a female teacher ^.^) They should let you change or put on the thing.
Change your tampon and always wear a pantie liner or a small pad with it (Periods are extremely unpredictable :P) ! I pack an extra pair of underwear and shorts in my locker too cause the nurses stuff is nastyc:
Bless your heart. Plan ahead! You should be able to feel different when its time. Carry a change of clothes. If you are regular, you could wear a pad to be sure. This happened to me as an adult: I had fibroids which often unexpectedly caused severe bleeding. I was speaking b/f a group of nurses and wearing a white pantsuit. Well, suddenly I was covered with blood from the waist down. I had to leave the podium wearing a garbage bag! God Bless you and good luck.
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I would suggest to bring an extra pair of panties and bluejeans, etc. But make sure that they are a dark colored pair.. I would also keep a box of pads or tampons in my locker or purse. Thats what I do. But I can usually tell before I start mine and I will use a tampon that morning so their isnt any accidents, even if im not on it, ik the times comming. Hope this helps. (:
Always prefer to wear some dark colored clothes during your date time, keeps pads in your bags and in your locker but unfortunately in case if you have started before your dates you have no option other then change your blue jeans and white shorts.
Soak blood stained clothing in ice water to remove stains. Keep a spare change of clothes in your locker. Learn to wear something other than white the week of your period. Preferably dark colored shorts, pants, skirts. Always carry extra pads/tampons. You may need to wear both on heavy flow days.