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Jump to. As you start to become an adult, your body goes through lots of changes. From growing body hair to starting your periods, find out what to expect when you go through puberty.

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Puberty is when your body starts to develop and change, showing that you are becoming an adult. These changes are very normal and part of growing up. As well as physical changes, you may also start to have sexual feelings and notice your moods and emotions changing, too. For girls, puberty often happens between 9 and Boys usually start puberty between 11 and These changes happen over several years.

One of the main physical changes of puberty is the growth and development of the sex organs — used to have sex and make babies. During puberty your vagina changes and starts to produce a clear or milky liquid called discharge. Your nipples and breasts will start to fill out during puberty. Breasts grow into a variety of shapes and sizes — big, small, large nipples, hair around the nipples — all are normal. All my friends wear bras every day but I don't know if I am ready to wear a bra yet.

My mum says 'Your breasts are developing', but they are really small!

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I only have two bras so far, and when I wear them I feel like my breasts are fake because they are padded ones. I hope soon that I will feel self-confident about who I am - Elin. Usually breasts become more even as they reach full development, but most breasts will always be slightly uneven in shape and size. One of the biggest changes for girls is their periods starting. Periods show that your body can now have a baby.

Periods generally happen every 28 days, and last between three and five days — but this varies for different women. Most girls use cloth, towels or tampons to absorb the blood and protect clothing. As a boy goes through puberty his penis grows thicker and longer, and his testicles move lower down his scrotum ball sack.

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Sometimes one testicle grows faster than the other, and it is natural for one to hang lower than the other. Erections are normal and happen when sponge-like tissue inside your penis fills up with blood — as a result of messages sparked from your brain from a smell, touch, sight, or sound. You might also have 'wet dreams' — when you ejaculate in your sleep. Ejaculations are the way your body pushes out semen sperm and other fluids through your penis.

Or you may feel you don't fit into the confines of being exclusively male or female non-binary. Many people start to explore and touch their bodies called masturbation. It may seem strange at first, but masturbation is a very natural way to make yourself feel good and is nothing to be ashamed of. Some people start becoming attracted to people of the same gender, the opposite gender, or both during puberty.

Others may not be attracted to anyone. This is perfectly normal, and you shouldn't worry about it. Some people discover their sexuality when they are very young, during puberty or when they are much older — this is fine too. When you think you are ready to start exploring sex, make sure you understand how to avoid unwanted pregnancy and prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections STIs. Reaching puberty and growing up can be an exciting time, but it may sometimes bring difficult thoughts and feelings too. If you need more support, it may also help to contact a healthcare professional or a helpline.

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When to get tested? What happens after? These are a natural part of growing up and are nothing to worry about. Puberty usually starts between 9 and 16 — exactly when varies from person to person, but girls often start younger than boys. During puberty you may start thinking about sex. This is perfectly normal but make sure both you and your partner are readyand that you understand how to avoid unwanted pregnancy and prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

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