Everyone who is entered into the puberty age
- the process in which the physical body of a child’s develops into an adult
should know about the menstrual cycle or periods.
Interesting Fact – You could have as meager as 150 or a maximum of 450 periods throughout your life.
What is menstruation?
Menstruation is the process of discharging of blood and other materials from the lining of the uterus (through the vagina). It is also known as having a period.
- is bleeding from the vagina that happens about once a month, as a normal part of the menstrual cycle.
The discharging last up to 2-5 days.
Its the normal process in the females, that the body prepare themselves for pregnancy.
The 1st day of bleeding while 10th is probably the day when the egg’s start to ovulate, the ovulate eggs make the thick lines on the uterus that’s gives the nutrients to the foetus, when an egg is not fertilized the thick lining of the uterus or others materials shaded itself from the uterus and emerges out through the cervix and vagina.
The normal age for a young lady to get her first period (called menarche) is 12, yet the scope old enough is around 8 to 16 years of age.
Interesting Fact: A century prior, the normal beginning age for periods was 16 however, now the normal is 12 years of age and as low as 8.
- Ladies normally have periods until about ages 45 to 55 (called menopause).
Menopause: Menopause is the time in a lady’s life when her period stops. It normally happens, frequently after age 45. Menopause happens on the grounds that the lady’s ovaries quit creating the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
A lady has arrived at menopause when she has not had a period for one year.
This is the monthly cycle of bleeding. As egg’s ovulation is completed in approximately one month.
Facts About Period Cycle!
- Every girl has their own period cycle.
As it’s coming every month in the gap of 22 to 30 days normally or the period’s cycle can be of more than 30 days.
The symptoms to have the periods are – abdominal and pelvic cramps, stomach and back pain, headaches, fevers, diarrhea, etc..
We should maintain our hygiene as if we don’t care about our hygiene it may cause many infections or many such diseases that are dangerous to our health.
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