Ruby Island

Jada has started her first menstruation. How special – and what a pity no one prepared her for this. Want to join Jada on her way to feel comfortable during menstruation?


Learn more about menstruation on Ruby Island by watching this tutorial video.

Frequently asked Questions

A period is a natural process that happens in a person’s body, typically starting in their teenage years. It’s a part of the menstrual cycle, which is when a person with a uterus releases blood and tissue from their uterus through their vagina. This usually happens once a month and lasts for a few days. Periods are a normal and healthy part of life for many people, and they help prepare the body for the possibility of pregnancy in the future. It’s important to manage periods with pads, tampons, menstrual cups, or period underwear to stay comfortable and clean during this time.
Girls typically start their periods, also known as menstruation, between the ages of 10 and 16, although it can vary. In recent years, starting periods earlier has become more common, and it’s not uncommon for some girls to get their period as early as 8 years old. This variation is considered normal, as every person’s body develops at its own pace. If a girl hasn’t started her period by around age 16 or if there are concerns about menstrual health, it’s a good idea to talk to a healthcare provider.

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