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Brownish red sticky discharge, cramps, mood swings. First period?

its a bit embarrassing but im 12 going on 13 soon and i think im getting my first signs of my period coming because earlier this week i have been waking up to brownish red sticky stains in my underwear and i have had been getting cramps as well and mood swings and i dont know why im in a mood or miserable so i was wondering if i am near the stages to be having my first period and if you can predict how long i am till i start so i can get prepared thank you
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Hello dear, yes most probably these are signs of upcoming periods but periods in initial few months are largely erratic.
Ranging from 1-7 days and from minimal spotting to heavy flow. But eventually they will stabilize and you will be knowing your period pattern then.
For now I think we can only wait till the periods set but prediction of length, interval and quantity is not possible.
Take care and wish you the best of health
Answered: Thu, 10 Apr 2014
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