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If you’ve asked Vicki a question she will post the answer on this page (and the best thing is nobody will ever know it was you that asked!). You can search for your answer using the unique reference number you were given after you asked your question or enter a keyword or words from the question you asked. What's more, the most recently answered questions are shown below and you can also search for questions by clicking on one of the categories. You might even just want to have a look at the questions other girls have asked! 

 

Recently answered questions

  • Hiya vicki
    Firstly thank you so much for answering all of my questions, you have really helped me out. I was wondering if you have any ideas about how I could exercise more often? I walk to and from school everyday and always take part in PE but I don't think that's enough. Any suggestions?
    Thanks so much
    Zara xxx

    Hi Zara, now the winter nights are drawing in, I would suggest that you join a club for something you enjoy or if not simply try doing an exercise routine or dance in your bedroom.

  • Hi Vicki im on my period and for the past 2 nights I have not let out any blood is this normal
    This was on the 5th and 6th day
    Thanks xx

    Try not to worry as in the early stages of the menstrual cycle, it can take a while for your hormones to control the changes in your body and to then reach a blance for your regular period.

  • VICKI I LOVE YOUY SO SO SO SO SO SO MUCHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You helped me with a lot of things and you said you really like one direction wich is my obsession I love you and thanks a alot for helping me with your answers. :)

    Thank you for your support.

  • Hiya so this past month my lower back has been really aching usually just at night, it isn't like a pulled muscle pain it is more just a dull aching type, so this isn't my period as I have already had one this month, I am 14 and recently I have been having really low sore belly ache at night to, what is this? Thank you ❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄❄

    It is possible that these pains are due to your body getting ready for when your period arrives but please talk to your mum or guardian and ask what they think.  A hot water bottle or painkiller will help to soothe your discomfort.

  • Hi vicki
    I missed the last 2 days of school before the holidays and my class had a test but I missed it. I only just got back from holiday and I have lots of homework to do but I don't know if I would need to do the test when I go back or not so I don't know if I need to revise or not. What should I do?

    If you think that knowledge is a powerful thing, revise for the test and even if you don't have to do it, you will still have learned the material which is a good thing.

  • Hi vicki
    I started my period about 6months ago and I had my period last month but

    I haven't had it this month and sometimes I touch myself I'm a bit worried

    P.s my periods are usually really really heavy

    From anonymous

    Try not to worry as in the early stages of the menstrual cycle, it can take a while for your hormones to control the changes in your body and to then reach a balance for your regular period.  It might be like this for up to 2 years and masturbation will have no effect on this at all.


  • I'm 10 and getting brown stuff in my undies so is it my period. but my mommy says its just discharge. what is it? I'm confused.

    Brown discharge can often present itself as a first period so be sure to ask your mum to buy some pads for you and see what happens over the coming weeks and months.

  • Hi
    What are the symptoms of thrush and what is it?

    Thrush is easily identified by the presence of a thick creamy discharge that ressembles cottage cheese, you would have a swollen, irritated vagina and there would be a burning sensation when you urinate.  Thrush is a fungal infection caused by a chemical imbalance in the vagina - it can be easily treated by creams from the chemist.

  • How do u masterbate???

    Masturbation is something that is dont naturally and by instinct and is definitely not something I can tell you how to do.

  • Hello, I'm 12 and I had my period in August 2014 my mum said that periods happen every month but now its October and still haven't had my period yet..... Is that bad? Is there anything I need to worry about???? Please give me some advice. Thanks xx 💞

    Please try not to worry as in the early stages of the menstrual cycle, it can take a while for your hormones to control the changes in your body and to then reach a balance for your regular period.  It might be irregular like this for up to 2 years.

  • is the brown discharge in my undies my period. please answer

    Brown discharge can often present itself as a first period so be sure to ask your mum or guardian to buy you some pads and see what happens over the coming weeks and months.

  • Hey Vikki
    Do you have any tips on how not to be constipated anymore
    Please help

    You should introduce more fibre into your diet by eating more fresh fruit, vegetables, pulses, nuts etc.. and also try drinking more water as this will make the stools easier to pass. 

  • Masturbution techniques? Is it okay to mastubate at 14?

    Puberty is a time when hormones run riot causing teens to experience more feelings of a sexual nature and masturbation is a natural, instinctive way of exploring these new feelings.  People of all ages masturbate and it is nothing to be ashamed of.

  • Hi im 14 and about 2 months ago I found some brow/red discharge in my knickers. Ive had discharge for about 3 or 4 years now and I think im almost at the end of puberty but I want to know if that brown stuff was my first period?

    Brown discharge can often present itself as a first period so be sure to ask your mum for some pads and see what happens over the coming weeks and months.  In the early stages of the menstrual cycle, it can take a while for your hormones to control the changes in your body and to then reach a balance for your regular period.

  • Hi I'm 12 and I'm a 30a and have not had my period yet is that normal ?

    The best way of knowing when your period might arrive is when you've been releasing discharge for between 6-12 months.

  • Hi vicki! Sorry to waste your time bit i have a really itchy throat and when i cough it makes a loud heavy sound, i dont know how to describe it but its a loud noise coming from inside my chest, sometimes it burns when i cough heavily which makes the noise louder and makes my chest burn. Ive searched the whole internet and i still have no answers. Plz help. What is this cough called? Love, natalia x

    Hi Natalia, please ask your mum or guardian to book an appointment with your GP for peace of mind.

  • Hi vicki I'm struggling sleeping at the moment I will sometimes get to sleep at 3am and then get up at 7am. This makes me really moody and tired. Do you have any tips so I can get to sleep easier and earlier. Thanks x

    You should make sure that you're really tired before you go to bed.  So, why not consider doing a sport or simply dance for an hour in your bedroom until you work up a sweat.  When you have then had a shower or bath, read a book for a little while but try to avoid going on your PC or watching the tv as this will stimulate your brain.  You might also like to consider learning some relaxation techniques or yoga. 

  • Hi vicky.
    Im 12, my breasts are a size 32C and they have stretch marks around them. I dont no whether this is normal or not because im quite scared

    Try not to worry as it is perfectly normal to develop stretch marks in places all over the body.  They occur when skin is stretched rapidly over a short period of time.  You might find that by applying moisturiser, you will help to hydrate the skin and minimise the effects.

  • How long do periods last? I started on Monday. Thanks :)

    Congratulations.  It is normal for a period to last between 2-7 days.

  • I had a little dot of blood on my liner.
    Is this my period?

    It could be, why not wait and see what happens over the next few days and if more blood is lost during this time. If so, then it would be a good idea to share this news with your mum or the person who cares for you.