Through the first-period section, we aim to educate not only women but each and every individual regardless of their gender.


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What are periods?

Periods are your annoying yet essential friends who come by every month and help you clean your body.

Puberty & Periods

Puberty is a sign that your periods are around. During this phase a lot of bodily changes are experienced.

different period colour

Period colour tells a lot about your menstrual health which makes it essential to know about various period colours.


While you are on your period you will experience a lot of changes in your body as well as your emotional imbalances start to kick in. 

Period Hygiene

Hygiene must be your priority while you are on your period. Choosing the right period hygiene brands and practising hygiene habits will help you ultimately.

take a note

This questionnaire is for all the menstruators’ parents who are finding it difficult to take care of their young ones while they are on their periods. 

Take a deep breath it’s not rocket science. All you need to do is read the section on the right.


Generally, the average age of girls hitting their first periods is after their sexual organs start developing which is around 12 years of age. However, the age when a girl hits her first period varies from person to person, hence, it is better to keep your daughter Period-Ready before she hits the 12-year age mark.


A lot of parents are scared of their daughters’ hitting periods. It is understandable as first periods can be overwhelming to the parents as well because most of us do not know what to do if our child hits their periods and it is perfectly fine to feel so. 

This can just be another challenge that you as a parent has to face but again it’s no rocket science if it’s being handled with love, care, and understanding your feeling of insecurity will go away with time.

Period talk with your daughter before she hits her period is highly essential because it is convenient for your daughter to know about menstruation which makes it easier for her to be prepared for what happens and what needs to be done during periods. This way your daughter is ready to take on periods any day. 


The appropriate age to speak about periods could be a year before the average first-period age (12 years). The age when a girl hits her First period may vary from person to person. It’s best to let them know by the time they turn 10/11 years old. 

When it comes to explaining to your loved ones about periods, it’s not rocket science. It’s just a matter of how comfortable you make the environment for them as well as yourself to speak freely about menstruation without any judgments.

  1. What are periods and why do they happen
  2. How often do they happen
  3. How to deal with periods
  4. What’s the age when a girl hits her first periods
  5. When to visit a gynecologist 
  6. Tracking periods
  7. Understanding mood swings and PMS

The huge variety of pads may overwhelm you and most parents just stick to the pads that are or have been convenient to them. But it is essential to understand that though she might be your daughter again her body is different. Some pads might be apt for her while some may cause inconvenience to her. It is best to research and consult a gynecologist before choosing her pads. 

Some of the pads that have been proven to have no allergic components are from the brands Nua and Pee Safe which produce organic pads. 

  1. Listen to your daughter to what she has to say and try to be accepting of her.
  2. There might be certain things that she might be curious about, don’t be impatient with her in any way as it might make her frightened.
  3. Talk about your own period experiences so that it makes your daughter relate to you and will lead her to be more open towards you.
  4. Let your daughter do her favorite activity and encourage her to do so because she will eventually feel happy and content.


Tracking your daughter’s periods is very essential as it helps to find out any irregular patterns of your daughter’s periods. It is important to keep a check on period patterns as they may indicate any changes in the body that might require medical attention.

Keep track of your daughter’s period Cycles, if any change is noticed for 2 or more period cycles it’s best advised to consult a Gynecologist.


If your child complaints about blood clots or severe abdomen pain, it might be a sign that you need to consult a gynac immediately. 


Try not to be awkward when you approach her, this will lead to unsuccessful communication. Explain to your daughter that periods are a natural process and there is no shame in talking about it freely. Periods are something that not only affects girls but also men in their lives. It is important being a father to address your daughter’s period concerns. 



Another major factor to keep in mind as a father is to educate yourself on periods. You can do so by researching or talking to women around you. Make sure that you are prepared before you plan on having a period of conversation with your daughter.

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