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Question Posted Wednesday September 1 2004, 9:05 pm

okkk my friend was over and she is 12 and just started her period a day ago!.. and we went to the lake.. and she wore a pad!?!?! and it didnt leak!! why? thats wierd! and it was heavy!

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alisonmarie answered Thursday September 2 2004, 12:07 pm:
Well, some people claim that you don't bleed while you are in water. I would say this is true in my experience - but it is also true that you bleed so slowly it would dissolve into water. It would appear there was no blood, when there was.

Aside from that, swimming with a pad isn't a smart idea. It is designed to soak up liquid - if you put a pad under water, it will swell and be very uncomfortable. It'll also be totally obvious to everyone around that you are wearing a pad.

The best thing is to skip swimming, or to wear a tampon.

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BrunetteBeauti answered Thursday September 2 2004, 1:44 am:
u dont bleed as much in da water

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Jane answered Thursday September 2 2004, 12:11 am:
*Maybe it was heavy bleeding to you, but it was probably light. And if ya'll went swimming in the lake, you wouldn't know if she leaked, because she leaked in the water. Also, tell your friend to use a tampon instead, nobody wants to swim in a bloody lake =S*

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hot_tamalee_1218 answered Wednesday September 1 2004, 10:03 pm:
ok im a bit confused here...is it a BAD thing that she started her period? bc 11-13 is the normal age to. and she wore a pad to swim? or just to...what?? please write back here...im a bit confused yet still interested :

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-katie-

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SiLenTxfAiRy answered Wednesday September 1 2004, 9:38 pm:
it prolly was because her flow wasnt that heavy..you really DONT know unless its you. UmM..id definitally tell your friend if she wants to go swimming NOT to wear a pad! NOT safe..and it absorbs water and tonzz of BAD stuff!

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Roxybabii922 answered Wednesday September 1 2004, 9:34 pm:
Well most girls don't bleed in water, I don't know why but they just don't

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