Talking about personal subjects like periods menstruation can make parents and kids feel a little uncomfortable. But kids need reliable information! Helping your kids understand their bodies will help them make good decisions about their health. Talking about periods shouldn't be one big talk at a particular age. Instead, start the conversation early and slowly build on your child's understanding. Girls and boys need reliable information about periods. So make sure you talk to your sons too! If your child doesn't ask questions about periods, you can bring it up.
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A period is a release of blood from a girl's uterus , out through her vagina. It is a sign that she is getting close to the end of puberty. Most girls get their first period when they're around But getting it any time between age 10 and 15 is OK. Every girl's body has its own schedule. There isn't one right age for a girl to get her period. But there are some clues that it will start soon:. A period happens because of changes in hormones in the body. Hormones are chemical messengers.
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Back to Sexual health. Here are answers to some of the questions girls ask about their bodies. You'll probably start to notice changes from age 10 upwards, but there's no right or wrong time to start. Some people go through puberty later than others. This is normal.
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