Average age Puberty begins:
Girls will normally start at 10 or 11-years-old but can start earlier or later.
Boys will normally start at 12 or 13-years-old but can start earlier or later.
Most children will begin Puberty to this scale, but it would not be abnormal to be a little earlier or later beginning.
It should be noted that in a very few cases Puberty can begin before 8-years-old for a girl and 10-years-old for a boy. If there are signs that puberty has begun earlier than these then you should consult a doctor for a check-up and possible blood test to make sure all is well.
If Puberty has not begun by 3 years after the above average scale then you should consult a doctor for a check-up and possible blood test. They will then be able to tell you if you need hormone replacement treatment to hurry it along.
Puberty usually runs for around 4 years for girls and 6 years for boys but it varies.
First signs of puberty:
Girls, will first notice their breast buds, they may feel firm and be a little sore. They will begin to grow pubic hair, and they will get their menarche (first period). Their hips will begin to broaden.
Boys, a growth spurt, testes enlarging, pubic hair.
Both will begin to be interested in sexual behaviours.
Change of voice is the earliest indication of puberty.
On average, a girl usually starts puberty at the ages of 8-13, although it is possible to start before 8 or after 13. The stage of puberty differs between everyone; however, on average, puberty usually lasts around five years or so.
It depends on the girl. It certainly depends on your friends of how you deal with it. Hormones are certainly a factor, which effects your emotional status.
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Attempting to reduce fat in just one part of your body at a time is likely to be disappointing.
Fat reduction works like this: When you try to lose fat through calorie-burning exercises, the reduction occurs all throughout your body. Unlike muscle-building, it cannot be specifically targeted to one region. Also, the reduction in fat will not be quickly apparent because it will not be focused on only one spot on your body. So it's helpful to have a "slowly but surely" attitude.
Here's a program for the period in which you want to lose weight:
Plenty of moderate aerobic exercise, no sweetened liquids at all, and no junk food at all. Preferably no sugar, and as little added salt and processed foods as possible. Eat 3 small-portioned meals/day; do not skip breakfast; and avoid snacks. Limit your calories (better to consult a doctor or nutritionist concerning the amount), and weigh yourself 2-3 times/week. Ignore the sensation of hunger. If you see your weight diminishing at a safe, reasonable rate (1-2 pounds/week), keep it up.
Once you've reached your target weight, increase your calorie intake somewhat. And you can then have small amounts of sweetened foods or junk food on occasion (if at all), along with your regular foods (not instead of them). But keep checking your weight 2-3 times/week.
Avoid crash diets, diet pills etc. Avoid fatty cuts of meat. Walk as much as possible. Bicycling and swimming are good too.
Don't concentrate on specific foods so much as on a balanced, healthy diet plus exercise. Plenty of moderate exercise rather than intense exercise, which can damage your joints.
Good nutrition means eating what your body needs, while ingesting as few harmful things as possible. It has also been described as getting enough of each of the major food categories (grains, fruits, vegetables, protein, dairy, etc.; plus plenty of water).
This will vary somewhat from one person to another; and I don't believe that there's any universal diet that can be prescribed for everyone. Avoid best-sellers with their perennial fad diets. And think twice before using any dietary supplements or weight-loss pills.
In general, one's starting point can be a menu of whole grains, whole-wheat bread, a good amount of vegetables, some fruits and nuts, fish, lean meats (in not-large amounts), and some dairy. However, this must be tweaked according to one's health, weight and other factors at the outset; and also adjusted over time, as one sees what works for him/her in particular.
So you can stay healthy and you don't smell bad.
It keeps you from getting disease and if you start a good healthy routine young it carries over to Adulthood. So it can help ypu be sucessful!
There is really no normal or abnormal breast size at any age. Breast size is highly variable between different woman
Short answer: 34C is fine
there is no age group but i would have said on average 11-12-13 ??
Basically it comes down to a comfort question. Most girls find it uncomfortable to wear them at night and sleep better without them. Women with particularly large cup sizes may however find it is more comfortable to have some extra support even at night and opt for a sports bra or something like it for sleeping in.
Bra-wearing has been linked to breast cancer in a study done by Sidney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer. There is still some controvery abut how accurate the study was.
In the study women who wore their bras 24 hours per day had a 3 out of 4 chance of developing breast cancer (in their study, n=2056 for the cancer group and n=2674 for the standard group).
Women who wore bras more than 12 hour per day but not to bed had a 1 out of 7 risk.
Women who wore their bras less than 12 hours per day had a 1 out of 152 risk.
Women who wore bras rarely or never had a 1 out of 168 chance of getting breast cancer. Note that the difference between 12 hours per day and not at all is not very statistically significant, so even if the study is correct, there is not much reason to give up wearing one during the day.
The overall difference between 24 hour wearing and not at all was a 125-fold difference.
Smack her booty And Pull Her Hair And Rip Her Clothes Off To Nothing And Stomach Punch Her
The average age of menarche (first period) is around 13 years old.
Anything between 10 to 16 years old is within normal range to reach menarche but everyone is different and some variation from this can occur. Typically a girl will reach menarche within four years of starting puberty, but everyone is different so will reach menarche at different times.
i wear them but its what ever feels comfortable :) and i dont see why not
If you feel the need to ask that, you already are sick...
Ignore the first answer. No, you cannot get sick for going down on a girl just because she is having her period. You may get sick from a sexually-transmitted disease, though.
Medical is generally 18 unless the child is a full-time student. Do watch how they define an acceptable learning institution (for instance some may not accept trade schools etc). All will require the child drop off at some age even if they remain a full-time student, generally 22 to 24. IMPORTANT note here: If the parents policy is an individual plan and not a group plan check carefully to see if there is a conversion provision that allows the child to convert to the same plan the parents are on without proving medical eligibility. My daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes while an eligible student on my individual plan. She has a right to convert to her own policy on the same plan we are on within 30 days of a qualifying event (on our policy graduation from college or reaching age 24), guaranteed issue. The insurance company would otherwise never insure a Type 1 diabetic.
Auto is quite different. If the child lives at home and the parents have a legal interest in the car then they can remain on the policy almost indefinately.
theres always a chance!
Its accually really simple all you have to do is be really nice and make sure to have a verry simple conversation not that hes dumb but unless he's a nerd or really smart you should keep it simple and you should occasionally glance at him and smile.
You should really take my advice because I am an 11 yaer old boy so just except him for him and try not to be rude or anything. I'm goin for someone so I really am telling the truth here. And also boys dont care if you ask them to be friends, but of coarse you need to lead this up.
There are many ways to tell your mom that you got your period. You can yell to her, leave wrappers where she can see them, put pads in the cart, or just come right out and tell her. When I got my period, I was so terrified that I started to cry. I was ten and at my friend's house when I got mine, so once I got in the car to go home, I just said it, got scared, and started balling. Then on the way home, she told me all about what to do. Overall, you should tell her because she will help you. remember, she went through it too.
Shes your mom, shes had it too, don't worry, maybe text her because I know some people find it hard to confront them, so maybe write her a note just saying there's some blood in my panties. when I started I was at a mates house, so I text my mom to tell her she rung me, she was fine about it, most moms are, it took me ages to send the text though but just go for it, if you've started try and go out or something and maybe pass it off as that you've started while you've been out so you can text her.
If you have a cell phone this will work. I text my mom when she was at work. I said "Hey mom, I kinda got my period." When I was heading to bed she said "This is all I have." and she handed me a pad. The next day she bought me a pack of tampons and pads. I just ran out so I text her "Hey mom, I need more girl stuff," because she said she was going to the store.
I was very, very scared to tell my parents because I was scared of my mom's reaction. So I did a little bit of research of what I should do on my period. Such as how to take care of it and in fact it went better then I thought. There are 2 options that you could use:
1. Write her a note. That is what I did and it was so easy. All it said was "Mom, I started my period at school today. But I took very good care of it"
2. The second option is to just tell her when no body else is around, like pull her aside for a minute when she is just watching television or even when she is folding the towels or something.
Whatever you do, you don't need to be afraid. It just puts more pressure on you. You will be ok and so will your parents.
I was scared to tell my mother too and I cried the day I got my first period (a few weeks ago) because I was so scared, but here is what I did (this only works if you have a cell phone or can borrow someone's cell phone): I text ed my mom, "Hey, I know this is going to sound weird but I started my period last night," I took her phone, placed it in front of her and left the room for a few minutes. I came back after a short while and my mother said, "Do you have pads?" I shook my head and she went out and bought pads and tampons for me. She was shouting at me earlier and then she was being nice to me. It turns out that while shopping for my pads and tampons, she saw one of my friends and found out that she had started a day after me... wow! Don't be afraid to tell your mom and don't worry, my mother said, "All girls go through this," I was glad that I told her and now I love inserting tampons but not wearing them weird.
If I were you just pull your mom into the isle where the have pad / tampons and pick one up and put it in the carriage. She'll get the idea and if not just say I need to pick up something...hey hope this helps this only works if you have a pad or tampon. I just went into the bathroom, put on the pad, walked out, and handed her the wrapper. She smiled and said "you started your period?" then she showed me everything and I felt much better. It is worth the plunge of the first words (or handing of wrapper ;) Your mom wants you to be close to her, and she will take care of your periods with you.
When I started my period I had no idea what was happening to me! I thought I was just having a weird stomach virus and that it would go away soon. My mom found out that it had started when she found the stains I wasn't able to get out. She laughed when I told her what I thought it was and explained what it really was to me. She was very easy going about it and she gave me some pads and tampons, and explained how to use them. She was glad to find out that I had started and was happy to help. So just tell her "Mom, I think I started my period, could you tell me what to do?" Its simple, and it may sound bold and scary, but its perfectly normal. Your Mom started at some point, and so did every woman in the world. They're all on your side telling your mum you started your periods are wayyy tough trust me I had the same problem.it was 2 years ago i was 12 and me my brother and my mother were in the house.
I went to the bathroom and realized that my period arrived, naturally I didn't want to tell my mother so I told my brother which by the way is harder than telling mums and he told her, if your close just wait till no-ones around then tell her face to face if not do how my sister did text her.or write a note or e-mail her like a close friend of mine did
this only works if you have a tampon or pad or can get one from a friend or her mum. just go to the bathroom and put on the pad or in the tampon, then come back out and hand her the wrapper. my mum smiled and showed me where everything was and talked to me about it. it made me feel comfortable. it can bring you and your mum closer together. First don't try to hide it, second try to get it where it is just you and your mom in the room so nothing comes in between. then just tell her upfront, don't be afraid just tell her. then after that try to ask her for some advice or ask her about like pads and tampons. You should get her on her own so you can tell her in confidence.
Make it short if you can, maybe by saying, Mum, I've started. Then look down.
She will know exactly what your talking about. Or if your not sure on what is going on or you want more information, tell her Iv'e started, but I don't know anything about it. She will tell you. And last of all, Don't be worried or scared. It's just change, it comes in all of us, If you want more help and advice, search women s health on the web.
I feel that I could answer your question if I knew if you had a good relationship with your mom or a bad one you might be embarrassed to because you might think they will say something like "oh my little baby is growing up" had a OK/medium relationship with my mom but I went outside to tell my mom and said "MOM I HAD MY THING" she instantly understood what I meant then she said "OK lets go get you some pads" then asked me what I knew about it
I was really scared to tell my mum when I started too! I was to embarrassed to tell her upfront so.. I tryed the texting idea. When she left to go shopping I text her a little while after saying "Mum, we have an emergency! I just got my period"
She text me back telling me to look for a pad around the house. ! She was really great and it wasn't as bad as i thought it would be! The only downside is that I had to go on holiday the next day and wasn't able to go in the pool.
I'm 13 and have recently had my first period. I was scared to tell my mum. I got really scared and started crying. It was getting darker and I really needed a pad or tampon so just had to tell her. I called mum over quietly when she was watching TV and I said to her I have just got my period she was very calm and OK about it, she went and got me a couple of her pads and tampons. She also stood outside of the toilet door and told me how to insert the tampon and where to put the pad.every month I get my period on the 8th and it goes four about five days. Sometimes even get excited when my periods arriving.
I'm 14 and had my first period yesterday I was just honest with my mum she was very understanding she had already bought all the stuff I need go on just be honest your mum it won't embarrass you.
Trust me, she won't be shocked or anything. If you're old enough she's probably expecting to have "the talk" with you anyway. Just try to not be too emotional about it. Easy, she's been expecting it for a while now, after all she does know all about periods. Try "Mom I've just started my periods"
It means the vagina is moist on the inside of the lips. Your welcome.
Being 'wet' is a result of a woman being sexually excited or turned on. A slippery fluid is excreted by the Bartholin's gland near the entrance to the birth canal. This fluid can feel 'wet' and even soak in a little into panties. It is an absolutely normal, desirable occurance.
Boys develop and mature at different rates. Even if your friends have started to mature before you, don't worry; it's totally natural and there is nothing to be concerned about.
Although the average age at which boys start puberty is 12 to 13 it can start at anywhere from 9 right up until 16. Puberty lasts around 5-6 years on average for boys. Most boys have finished puberty by the time they are 18-20.
There are many factors involved and remember everyone is different.
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You get your period and you get hair down there too
I successfully used pennyroyal brewed as a tea to induce my period, after getting impatient when I stopped birth control pills. Search the internet for correct dosage/brew amount. Too much of it used may act as an abortifacient.
My doctor told me that if I skipped the week of "blank" pills in my birth control pack I could skip my period. As far as making it come early, if I quit taking my BC pills my period will start, but then there's the risk of pregnancy. If a woman wasn't on birthcontrol, I don't know how the timing of the cycle could be changed.
You can use temporary birth control to make it come early or late. No there is no way unless your on birth control pills.
You can get a prescription of norethisterone to delay a period.
You can delay it by stress
You can make it come fast by healthy eating, sports, ginger tea
The average age is 12, but this does not mean that all girls start at the same age. A girl can start her period anytime between the ages of eight and 15. Usually, the first period starts about two years after breasts first start to grow.
If a girl has not had her first period by age 15, or if it has been more than two to three years since breast growth started, she should see a doctor.
theres not really an inparticular age, you can be from 9-16 years old.
They crave attention from everyone at that age.
girls are all different some hit uberty at a young age of 8 whereas some hit puberty at 15 the average is between 9-13 +
There is no natural way to enlarge your breasts.
At 17, they might still grow until your 21.
Breasts tend to change size during a woman's lifetime. It has to do with hormones, stress, pregnancy etc.
But the most important thing is to accept your body as it is. Good self-esteem is 1000x more sexy than big boobies. Do not let society or "friends" judge you on your body. Be a happy and adventurous girl and nobody will mind your cup size. Or even be a trendsetter like Twiggy or Audrey Hepburn, when they got famous, modelagencies around the world started dismissing big breasted models. Small breasts have always been quite popular in Europe.
One friend of mine has small breasts and never wears a bra, she says she hates them and because her boobs are small, she doesn't need them. She makes jokes about her breasts like: "Oh no, that macho guy is no match for me, maybe after plastic surgery" or she calls them "her huge breasts" while everybody knows she is joking. This way she is very relaxed about it, she talks about it and has great self- esteem. And guys like her, oh yes!
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