Answer, "When should I get my Period?" using the official Tampax period calculator and calendar.
Use this cycle tracking tool to plan around special occasions like a wedding (no feeling bloated on your big day), choose dates for a trip (be the worry-free beachbum you wanna be), and track ovulation (fingers crossed!). To start, answer these quick questions.
1.When did your last period start?
2.How many days did your period last?
3.How long is your menstrual cycle?
Uh-oh, PMS. Headaches, bloating, irritability and tearfulness all make their presence felt. Lucky for you if you're one of the few who don't seem to suffer at all! Wear a pantiliner or light flow tampon on these days just in case your period makes an early appearance.
Ok, here we go. This is when your period and your cycle starts.Bleeding begins as your womb lining is shed. Emotionally, you'll start feeling more chilled than you have for days as your hormone levels drop. The good news? No more PMS for 28 days.
If your bleeding hasn't stopped, it should have at least lightened up. Periods can last from three to eight days, but five or six days is average. Carry tampons or pantiliners with you just in case.
Been having slight cramps in the lower abdomen? That lets you know that you're body was preparing to release an egg right about now. You're ovulating, so you're very fertile. But remember: you need to use contraception all month long if you're having sex.