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My Daughter is having her period

So My Daughter is 10 years old and having her period im not letting her use this website but i will show her what you all say about this. she wants to know more infromation about her period,im telling her the things like it wont hurt or any...but she doesnt belive me because she is going through her little " im tierd of mom telling me what to do" Stage you know they always go there but please comment so she will belive me and feel more comfrotable about it. Thanks :)

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There is a wonderful book you can get her called The Body Book for Girls, it's an American Girl Book. It's to the point and in terms they can understand. Both my girls have read it and asked questions as they went along. It also gives helpful hints that they don't want to hear from mom!

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Tell her what you're saying is right and what shes thinking is wrong.

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Hey girls! Well first of all to the mom YOU ROCK for trying to make your daughter feel comfortable and educated. To the girl: I swear the period doesn't hurt, and if you get cramps than hot tea, a hot water bottle, or a tums will do the trick. I'm actually having cramp problems right now, and hot water with mint leaves are working great. But once you get used to having your period it's fine, I swear. Good luck and congratulations!

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First! Be thankful your Mom is having this discussion and helping you with this!! This monthly gift that all us lucky gals get to have. Stay hydrated and exercising helps. Keep midol or tylonal on hand for cramps. Welcome to womanhood!! :o)

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Well first off: It's perfectly natural! It won't hurt too bad, simple little things like cramps, bloating, mild headaches... Nothing to bad! Also, if they do get somewhat severe an advil could help! :) don't worry, you get used to it, first you should use a pad, then advance to an actual tampon if desired. And last but not least; mom knows best! Be comfortable with talking to her whenever!

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