What is menstruation?
Tell your baby: Starting at puberty, each month the body prepares for a period. Hormones signal the ovaries to release an egg each month. The egg then moves into one of the fallopian tubes. At the same time, the lining of the uterus begins to grow and thicken. If the egg is not fertilized by sperm from the man, then pregnancy will not occur. If fertilization does not occur, the corpus luteum degenerates, estrogen and progesterone levels drop, endometrial cells are no longer nourished, they are eliminated from the body along with menstrual blood.
You need to know that: Menstrual symptoms and cycles are different for each person. Some people in those days were still healthy and normal as usual. On the contrary, some people have abdominal pain, nausea, fatigue, weakness … depending on the body. You need to know these things to take better care of your child’s health. However, with signs that make your child too tired or dangerous, you need to see a doctor and follow the doctor’s advice right away!
What are the common signs of puberty?
Tell your baby: Your child will notice most of the signs of puberty on their own, and the most obvious ones are: getting taller, changing voice, getting bigger breasts and buttocks, pimples, having periods,… No Just in terms of appearance, the child’s psychology also changes: there is a feeling of shame, fear of contact with friends of the opposite sex, personality can also change such as being more feminine or a little more stubborn,. .. If you listen to your body, you will notice all these things during this stage.
You need to know that: All of the above changes are caused by hormones in the body under the control of the brain. You should take care of both the psychological and physical mawth of your child in this stage more skillfully.
Why does acne appear during puberty?
Tell your baby: Acne is caused by overactive glands in the skin. They produce a natural oil called sebum. During puberty, these glands produce more sebum that can clog the pores of your child’s skin, causing acne.
You need to know that: Children should be taught how to take care of their skin to reduce acne. Wash your face often with water and a mild cleanser to help remove sebum. This will help reduce pimples and acne. Avoid products that dry or irritate your skin. Do not rub vigorously on the skin. If you are concerned about acne or pimples, certain medications can help you treat them. Take your baby to see a doctor for advice and treatment if the acne does not show any signs of improvement.
Where does the violin appear?
Tell your baby: One of the other changes that your baby will notice at this stage is the appearance of the violin in some places such as pubic, armpit, mustache. Don’t be surprised, just get used to it.
You need to know that: This is very noticeable, first the pubic hair will appear, then they will reach the armpit area. However, at this stage, the hairs are very soft in the form of silk. With subsequent puberty, they will be longer, curvier, and darker.
What is puberty and when does it start?
Tell your baby: Puberty is the time when a child’s body changes and becomes more like an adult. The change starts as early as age 8 or as late as age 13.
You need to know that: Puberty begins when our brain sends signals to certain parts of the body to start growing and changing. These signals are called hormones. Hormones are chemicals that control body functions, and then the parts of the body develop markedly with the most recognizable signs such as: increasing height, larger breasts…
Psychological changes during puberty?
Tell your baby: Are you usually naturally happy and naturally sad? That kind of erratic, erratic joy. Do you feel shy with friends of the opposite sex, not as natural as before. And do you have to pay more attention to everyday clothes and hairstyles? It’s okay, the changes are nothing to worry about, gradually you will get used to and know how to balance. That is the psychological change in puberty.
You need to know that: In girls, puberty is between 10-16 years old, in boys it is 10-18 years old. This is a sensitive time, you should monitor your baby’s external as well as physiological signs to assess the baby’s puberty status, whether it’s successful or not, abnormal, late or not.
At this stage, children are very likely to experience puberty crisis syndrome, if not cared for and adjusted by parents, they will easily fall into a state of depression, emotional disturbances, behavioral disorders, and mental disorders. eating and drinking, even using tobacco, alcohol, and stimulants to solve psychological instability.
How does the growing pelvis cause changes?
Tell your baby: IN At this stage, your baby will see the pelvis grow extremely fast, it seems that they are getting bigger and wider every day, making the hips of the teengirls become rounder and fuller, showing a more feminine round curve.
You need to know that: For girls, puberty not only makes the 3rd round become more fleshy and sexy, but during this period the 2nd round also seems to tighten, giving the body characteristic soft curves. It’s very feminine. So the clothes you choose for your child will also change the style a bit because the baby will realize that he is growing up and will know how to dance.
How will breasts change?
Tell your baby: Breasts are also one of the physical differences between men and women. During puberty, a change in appearance and a larger breast size make a child more feminine. If you notice and feel your child will see not only the difference in size, but sometimes he feels a little pain when touched or naturally hurts. Don’t worry, that’s body language during puberty.
You need to know that: As your baby’s breasts begin to change, the areola may swell. The breasts also develop rounder and fuller. There are also cases where the breasts develop unevenly, the big side and the small side. In addition, girls may experience pain in the chest area. All of these changes are completely normal, so you shouldn’t worry too much. Please talk to your child more to go through this phase with him.
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