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PQ: Can I go swimming when I have my period?
PQ: Can I insert a tampon even if I don't have my period yet?
PQ: Do I have to change my pad overnight?
PQ: Do tampons hurt?
PQ: How do I tell a boy I don't like him?
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PQ: How do I tell my mom I need a bra?
PQ: How do I tell my mom I need to get some pads in case my period starts?
PQ: I feel embarrassed when I have my period at school. What should I do?
PQ: I have a man doctor. What do I do?
PQ: I have hair on the nipples of my breasts. Is that normal?
PQ: I heard that some bras make your breasts stop growing. Is that true?
PQ: My mom isn't around. How can I talk to my dad about girl stuff?
PQ: Should girls use scented or unscented pads and tampons?
PQ: Should girls wear a bra at night?
PQ: What can I do if someone stares at my breasts?
PQ: What if a girl never gets her period?
PQ: What if everything goes wrong when you get your first period?
PQ: What if I forget about my tampon?
PQ: What if I'm itchy down there?
PQ: What if one of my breasts is bigger than the other?
PQ: What's a pantiliner?
PQ: Why don't any boys like me?
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