The best way to avoid this feeling is to be prepared. But how? You can get an idea of when your period is due by using your phone's calendar, either through an app or manually. But as a teenager, it's completely normal for your menstrual cycle to be irregular at times. So, if you continue to have irregular periods at school, follow these handy tips to avoid accidents and stay stress-free.
Tip #1 Meet Menstrual Panties
For extra protection under your school uniform, you can try our new Maxi absorbency Teen Hipster School Period Shorts . These products, which have an inconspicuous style despite covering you completely , are designed to make you feel extra confident, especially under skirts and dresses. Our three-layer absorbent lining will protect you on heavy menstrual days.
Tip #2 Prepare spare menstrual panties
You tie up your hair with a barrette, put on some lip gloss, put on your period underwear in the morning, and you're good to go, right? Not really. You may need to make changes during the day depending on the intensity of your menstrual period. Be sure to throw a second or third pair of Modibodi in your bag for use at school, before heading to a friend's house, or after school sports. The Teen Hipster Classic model is a great option that you can easily switch out when you start feeling like you need a new pair of menstrual panties.
Tip #3 Bring a leak-proof carry-on bag
Think of it as another tool in your school bag during periods. You may not know when you might need to wear new menstrual panties. In such a case, you'll need a place to store your used laundry until you get home. Our waterproof bags Thanks to this , changing your Modibodi at school is child's play. Perfect for carrying used menstrual panties without anyone knowing.
Tip #4 Remember that this is normal
Having your period at school is nothing to be ashamed of. This is a normal part of life and shows that our body is doing its own thing. If you feel stressed, take a deep breath. Talk to your BFF, a trusted teacher, or have an emergency contact ready to text who can help get you some supplies or get you home. It's important to listen to your body and take care of yourself.
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