The timing of physical changes during puberty in both boys and girls can vary quite a bit and still be normal. However, almost all girls will notice that their breasts […]Read more »
Everyone’s final height is mostly determined by the “genes” (genetic material) they inherit from their parents but height is also influenced by early or late puberty, some chronic illnesses and […]Read more »
Typically, a girl can expect to get her period about 2-3 years after she begins to develop breasts. But the age when you started to develop breasts doesn’t have anything to […]Read more »
You may notice that as you are growing and developing, your body shape is naturally becoming curvier. Your hips actually widen during this time to prepare to carry a baby […]Read more »
It’s normal to get your period as early as 9 years old or as late as 15 years old. This is a big time range, and it’s hard to be […]Read more »
I’ve been having a major growth spurt for almost 3 months and now I’m shooting up like a rocket! When will this end?Updated 26 March 2014 under Ask Us.
It sounds like you’re definitely having a growth spurt. This usually happens the year before most girls get their first menstrual period. If you haven’t had your period yet you […]Read more »
I have thinned out over my years of puberty, but I’m still overweight. I like looking thin but I know I’m not as healthy as I could be. Any suggestions? […]Read more »