You’re probably wondering when your first period will come. Although most girls get their first period between 11 and 13 years old, you could start your period anywhere from between 9 and 16.
You can take clues from your body. During puberty, when your body becomes sexually mature, you'll show some of these signs that your first period is on its way. These changes may happen in any order:
Since you never know when your first period will arrive, it’s a great idea to be ready. Here are some ideas:
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