Back to Sexual health. Puberty is when a girl grows up into a young woman. Here are the changes to expect. We all grow and change at different rates, and there's nothing you can do to make it happen sooner or later. Your body will change when it's ready. Your breasts may grow quickly or slowly.
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Puberty and Adolescent Sexuality
Sex education of the prepubescent and pubescent female
Sexual feelings, attractions, fantasies and desires affect virtually all people from at least puberty onwards. The average age of puberty for girls in the UK is 12 to 13, 13 to 14 for boys. In common with other aspects of development, the age at which puberty occurs varies widely from person to person. It is normal for the onset of puberty in different individuals to start as young as 8 or to be delayed until 16 or The age at which people first begin to act on their sexual interests also varies widely and can be affected by a large range of factors including biological development, hormone levels, cultural factors, religious and moral views, upbringing, self-esteem, education and socio-economic status. Wide variation in age at sexual debut is part of the normal spectrum of adolescent development. By the end of the teenage years most young people in the UK will have had sex.
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Top definition. The period of life before puberty, marked by increased growth. Associated with purity , innocence , and simplicity of life.
Today, kids are exposed to so much information about sex and relationships on TV and the Internet that by the time they approach puberty , they may be familiar with some advanced ideas. And yet, talking about the issues of puberty remains an important job for parents because not all of a child's information comes from reliable sources. Ideally, as a parent, you've already started talking to your kids about the changes our bodies go through as we grow. It's important to answer these questions about puberty honestly and openly — but don't always wait for your child to initiate a discussion.