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kidshealth.org/en/kids/menstruation.html

People (especially girls) talk a lot about periods. But what exactly is a period and what makes it happen? Girls only: How much do you worry about getting period ...

teens.webmd.com/features/girls-first-period

And even before she gets her first period, your daughter will be noticing other changes in her body: Recent studies show that most girls start developing breast  ...

www.obgyn.net/sexual-health/first-menstruation-average-age-and-physical-signs

Nov 18, 2011 ... While girls vary in the ages that they are when they start their periods and when the other signs of puberty occur, the order is fairly consistent.

rubycup.com/all-about-your-period/girls-first-period

We give you the answers to your questions and explain your first period in ... Many girls get their period between ages 12- 14, but it can also start earlier or later.

always.com/en-us/tips-and-advice/your-first-period/first-period-3-signs-your-period-is-coming

Although a lot of girls get their first period between 11 and 13 years old, you could ... You may want to start using ALWAYS pantiliners to protect your underwear.

www.ubykotex.com/en-us/periods/puberty/what-is-the-youngest-age-that-a-girl-can-start-her-period

You know, I'm not sure what the world record is for youngest person to start her period -- but I do know there's a huge range. I know girls who started at age 8 or ...

www.nhs.uk/Livewell/puberty/Pages/Startingperiods.aspx

Most girls start their periods when they're about 12, but they can start as early as 8, so it's important to talk to girls from an early age to make sure they're ...

www.girlshealth.gov/body/period

Some girls find getting their periods very exciting, and others feel uncomfortable about it. It definitely can take a little getting used to! But lots of women come to ...

www.girlology.com/puberty-timeline-girls

Her growth slows down significantly after her period starts, but most girls will ... her growth will occur both up and out, and that getting new curves is the norm!