How To Make Your Period Stop

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Thanks for being patient and it's finally done. So, without further ado

"Here's The most Comprehensive Way Of Stopping The Period"

No fluff, no chit-chat . Just what you want and NEED to know before anything.


First of all - What Exactly is To Have The Period?


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A period, or menstruation, is the shedding of the endometrium - the uterine lining. Menstruation is also known as menses. All female humans, as well as some other female mammals, have regular periods during their reproductive age. Menstruation which includes bleeding from the vagina is found mainly among humans and similar animals, such as primates. In many mammals, the endometrium is reabsorbed by the animal. As far as humans are concerned a period is a bleed from the womb (uterus) that is released through the vagina. Women have a period every 28 days approximately. However, some women may have a 24-day cycle while other may have a 35-day one. A period is part of the woman's menstrual cycle.

The word "menses" comes from the Latin menses meaning "months". The word "menstruation" comes from Old French menstrual, which comes from Latin menstrualis, meaning "monthly," especially "of or having monthly courses."



to be honest with you , NO there is no way but there is a way TO NOT HAVE PAIN AT ALL , don't believe me? Why would i lie.. no i have no reason to lie here i show you information for you AND FOR YOU TOO i know we don't only have ONE PERSON HERE READING there is more women around the world searching for this , So there information is i am being honest there is a way to not have pain at all.

3 Simple Steps



Tips To Make It Stop Bonus
your bonus hereChange your pads, menstrual cupor tampons more often. Sometimes heaviness is in the mind of the beholder, especially when you've forgotten to change and it leaks as a result.Remember that each menstrual cycle releases about four to five table spoons of blood. It might seem like a lot, but really isn't. Overall blood loss is estimated generally at 1/2 to 10 ounces.[29]Stressing causes a heavier flow, relax!
Drink lots of water, and make sure to eat!There is promising research being undertaken into the role of endothelin, which is a substance that helps to stop bleeding; women suffering from heavy periods have very little endothelin.[30]If medications can be made that improve these levels in the future, there may be a medical cure


How To Make Your Period End
Like i said before , the period will go away whenever she wants to but there is ways to get rid of it like going to the doctor , and doing some surgery but we don't want to do that we want tips to at least make the pain go away. Well good news that is why i am here for you! I have exactly what you are looking for.! I have the perfect tips to give away and for you to get rid of that pain and imagine the first 2 days.! WOW pain pain pain NO GOOD! 

What Can Stop Your Period
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    Tell your mother! She can buy you the supplies you need.
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    If you are only young or this is your first period, sanitary napkins (pads) would be the best option. Your mother can show you how to do this, or if you are to embarrassed to ask her, simply pull your panties down to your knees, unwrap the packaging, slide off the sticker on the bottom of the pad and stick it to your underwear. The round side will go at the front.
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    If you use tampons: unwrap the packaging, make sure the two strings are hanging down and insert the tampon about half a finger up your vagina. Remember that your vagina is not straight, it goes back towards your spine, so you might need to insert it vertically.
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    Keep the supplies next to the toilet in your bathroom, or in your bedroom. You should also leave some supplies in a little make up bag that you can keep in your bag or your locker at school just in case you get your period. Remember that to dispose of the supplies you need to: fold the sanitary napkin up (or just leave the tampon like it is) and throw it in a bin, or the box you see in public toilets or school toilets.
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    Your period will normally consist of about 2-3 heavy days, 2-3 medium days and 1-2 light days. On a heavy day you will need to change the sanitary napkin every 2-3 hours. On a medium day, 3-4, and on a light day, 4-5. You can buy sanitary napkins in different absorbencies, but never leave a sanitary napkin there too long, as you will start smelling an unpleasant odour. Never leave a tampon in for more than 4 hours (2 on heavy days) as you will be at risk or TSS (see warnings). Also if you are going to use tampons you cannot use them all the time, as you need to give your vagina some time to air. never use tampons at night, as might sleep through your night, therefore not changing your tampon for 8-12 hours.
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    Keep buying different brands of sanitary napkins/ tampons until you find the one that you like best. Remember that every girl is different, so all different brands, not just the popular ones.

Make Your Period End Faster
Good News
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    How long is it normally and is it regular? If it's normally a week or 3 days you will not be able to get it to end straight away. You have to accept that it's going to happen and make plans around it.
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    Go on the pill. If you have to and you are of age going on the pill can prevent it from happening although you need a better excuse that I don't want to be on it.
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    Exercise. Once your period has arrived gentle exercise, 30 mins twice a day will help it along.
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    Take a bath. Don't worry, when in the bath you will not continue to bleed but afterwards it can help it release quicker.
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    Rub your stomach. Rubbing your stomach and pressing gently down can stimulate the flow.
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    Stand up. You period flows quickest when standing and slowest when lying down, therefore you should stand for more of the day than sit. Maybe have less sleep than normal to help.
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    Drink water. Instead of drinking a glass of wine or an unhealthy drink, have water to help keep the flow thin.