Your Daughter’s First Period | What to Expect & How to Help

Parents
Today we’re talking all about periods and going over everything you should know for your daughter’s first period. At what age should you expect it? How long should it last? How can you help your daughter get ready for her first period? Dr. Holly Hoefgen, Pediatric Gynecologist, answers all of these questions and offers advice for parents preparing for their daughter’s first period.

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