Period Tracker


Answer, "When should I get my Period?" using the official TAMPAX period tracker.

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 beach bum you wanna be), and track ovulation (fingers crossed!). To start, answer these quick questions.






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When you track your cycle with a TAMPAX period calendar and know when to have a tampon or a panty liner on hand, you can face every day with that much more confidence and freshness. Check the coloured days to see when you'll get your period.
Oh no, PMS. Headaches, bloating, irritability and teariness all make their presence felt. Lucky you if you're one of the few who don't seem to suffer at all! Wear a panty liner 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 relaxed 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 at least have become lighter. Periods can last from three to eight days, but five or six is average. Carry tampons or panty liners with you just in case.


Been having slight cramps in the lower abdomen? This lets you know that your body was preparing to release an egg. You're ovulating, so you're very fertile. But remember: you need to use contraception all month long if you're having sex.

TAMPAX Compak Lites


TAMPAX Compak LitesDoes your period have an unusually light flow or a very short duration of blood loss?

Causes of light flow may vary: you might experience light flow towards the end of your period, and it is not uncommon for girls who are just beginning to menstruate to
experience light periods overall. You can check when your period is about to end with our period tracker so that you know when to have the right product on hand.
For very light to light flow we recommend TAMPAX Compak Lites applicator tampons - our best tampons for very light to light flow absorbency.
TAMPAX Compak Pearl Regular


Regular absorbency tampons are a great choice for light to medium flow.
If you have never tried a tampon before, try TAMPAX Compak Pearl Regular, our best tampon for first-timers.
However, if you are about to use a tampon for the first time, you might want to check out our super cool videos that will help you become a pro!
Also, always check when you will get your period with our period tracker. Don't let it surprise you without the right protection!
TAMPAX Pearl Compak Super


TAMPAX Pearl Compak SuperIf your flow is a bit heavier and you are looking for maximum protection, you can't go wrong with TAMPAX Pearl Compak Super for medium to heavy flow. If you regularly experience heavier periods, it's always better to be prepared with our menstrual cycle tracker.SUPER
TAMPAX Pearl Compak Super Plus


TAMPAX Pearl Compak Super PlusTAMPAX Pearl Compak Super Plus keeps you safe and active even during the heaviest periods, ideal for heavy flow. Use our period calculator to know when the next period comes to get prepared beforehand!SUPER PLUS

Wondering how to use our TAMPAX Period Tracker? Click on the below questions and find all the answers you are looking for!

The easy to use TAMPAX period tracker means you will always be prepared for your next period and know when you’re ovulating. You’ll always be aware of when it’s that awkward time of the month because period tracker is there to let you know when to estimate the date of your next period.

With the help of our period tracker, choosing the right tampon absorbency throughout your period can be much easier! Protect yourself from leaks and have a comfortable experience as TAMPAX tampons are available in 4 absorbencies.
As it can get quite confusing with all the options and information out there, find out which of them are relevant for your period by using TAMPAX Tampon Quiz. We can help you figure out which products are your perfect match and provide a recommendation for different situations (depending on your flow level).

By answering questions about your last period date, how many days it lasted and the length of your menstrual cycle, you will be able to proceed to the final step of clicking on the 'Track it' button and everything is ready!

TAMPAX Period tracker is there to notify you on when to expect your next period and also has loads of information about the products that you might be interested in.

Period tracker has all your period history at hand to predict when to expect your next period. It's important to remember that every girl and cycle is unique so this is only an estimate of your menstrual cycle.
If you are dealing with irregular periods, it's complicated to predict the date of your next one. This means that period tracker is not 100% accurate, however, it can help anticipate how irregular your period often is and what to expect in the future.

When you track your cycle there are a few things you need to know: when did your last period start, how long did your period last and how long is your menstrual cycle. Once you input your data in the calculator you will have a full view on the dates and phases of your period. Knowing when to have a tampon on your hand helps you face every day with that much more confidence.

Period tracker gives you the peace of mind to make plans while knowing when to expect your next period.

You deserve that blissful carefree holiday, which certainly means not having to worry about having your period while relaxing in a tropical paradise!

Period tracker gives you the power to know when to have a tampon ready, and in life, we all know that knowledge is power!

All cycles are unique, but between pre-period, period and ovulation, there are a few things we all have in common:

  • Pre-PeriodThe dreaded Premenstrual Syndrome. Some common symptoms of PMS are headaches, bloating, irritability and crying more than normal. In other words, that urge to sit on the couch in sweatpants with a tub of ice cream and sob while watching ‘The Notebook’. Yeah, we’ve all been there.
    Do you have the 'when is my period due' feeling? It’s common to experience PMS in the 3 days leading up to your period. And just so you know: diet, caffeine and stress can increase the intensity of PMS symptoms.
  • PeriodOnce the bleeding begins, you can mark the start of your period. But why do we bleed in the first place? The answer is simple: your womb lining is shedding and leaving your body (in the form of blood) since your egg wasn’t fertilized.
    Usually, periods can be long between 4 and 7 days, as the heaviest days will be the first two. Average cycle length is 28 days but can variate from 21 to 35 days (to work yours out use a period cycle calculator).
    See your doctor if you find yourself bleeding through six or seven regular tampons a day or if you have your period for more than 7 days.
  • Peak OvulationThis is the time when you’re ovulating and at the highest risk for pregnancy. This fertile time lasts about 6 days. In a 28-day cycle, ovulation typically occurs on day 14.

To estimate your menstrual cycle without the calculator, you should calculate the average length of your cycle. The first day is the day of the menstrual period and the last day being the one before your next period begins.

Ovulation usually occurs about two weeks before the next expected period, so if your average menstrual cycle is 28 days, you will ovulate around day 14.