WUKA period pants are a non-overwhelming and plastic-free option for young girls and women who have yet to start their period, or have had their period for some time. WUKA undies are fantastic for school girls because they’re a faff (and rustle) free alternative to sanitary towels, and far less invasive than tampons. Easy for parents, great for teens.
"I was so worried when my little girl started her periods at the age of 10 but your period pants have been amazing! They give us both piece of mind while she’s at school and ensures a relaxed nights sleep too! Perfect for allowing her to learn about her periods without any embarrassing accidents. I’m so grateful for these pants!" - I. Lawson
The short answer is 8-17 year olds. The average age for first periods to start is 12 year olds.
There are usually 3 things that happen before a period starts. You will start to grow breasts and grow hair, either in the armpit or pubic hair. The third thing you will notice is vaginal discharge. This is what vagina produces to keep itself clean, so you have this white, creamy discharge that comes out, which you will see in the crotch of you
First periods are different. Some kids may get a little bit of blood, and some will get heavy bleeding, and this may only last a few days. Between 2-7 days is considered normal.
Premenstrual syndrome (or PMS) is thought to be linked to changing levels of hormones, your body’s chemical messengers, throughout your menstrual cycle. Not all girls and women experience PMS. Those who do will experience a variety of symptoms, including mood swings, feeling depressed or irritable, headaches, tiredness, bloating, tender breasts. PMS symptoms usually occur 2 weeks before your period, and then ease and disappear after your period starts.
Firstly, don’t be ashamed. It’s perfectly normal and natural. If someone makes fun of you, remind them that if humans like you didn’t bleed then there would be no people on this planet! The good news is that blood stains can be rinsed with cold water. In the case of a sudden leak, it is always advisable to carry a menstrual product in your school bag as a back-up. Your teachers and school nurse will be happy to help.
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They look like regular underwear but they have a special lining that holds all of the blood, without feeling any wetness or smelling any odour. After wearing them, you can simply wash them, dry them, and reuse them again and again.
It's tricky to predict when your next period will start. Most women and girls go about 28 days from the first day of one period to the first day of the next, but anywhere from 21-35 days is considered normal. In the first few years of menstruating, your period may be very irregular.
No period is the same and variation is part of nature. Having more or less of certain hormones will create changes in the pace and timing of your menstrual cycle. Other factors that can affect your periods from month-to-month include weight gain, diet, medicines and stress.
WUKA period pants for girls and teens are absorbent enough to last up to 8 hours, for a school day, depending on your flow.
Yes. You can change them, pop them in a waterproof wet bag to machine wash with the rest of your laundry at home and put on a fresh pair.
Just a quick note to thank you for these fantastic products.Not only are they fantastic quality they give young teens the freedom to live life with confidence.My daughter has kept her independence and used the teen underwear from her first period.No worrying,No discomfort which lets her concentrate on school and sports.
My daughter has just started her periods at the tend age of 12 years and I have to say after recommending Wuka pants to her to use after my positive experience with them, it has definitely taken the stress out of it more than I could have imagined!! I've just ordered another pair and recommended it to my friend with a daughter the same age!
Thank you, thank you, thank you, they have made an indescribable amount of difference to my child in the last few days.