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Transcript of Puberty
Menstual Cycle Diagram
By Natasha vujevic, Millie swan, Grace Greenwood and ella scrivens
What is puberty?
Female sex characteristics
Male Sex Characteristics
PHYSICAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL CHANGES
So maybe you've been going through some changes, and have noticed some weird things happening to the way you look, think and feel. What are these changes?
Male sex characteristics are when a mans body changes during puberty. A mans body changes differently to a womans body. Men and Women both get pimples but there Primary characteristis are very different. There are primary and secondary characteristics. These are the ones stated below:
Prostate Voice Breaks
Penis Hand Development
Testicles Facial Hair
Shape of Face
What is puberty? when does it occour?
Female Sex Characteristics is simply another way to say 'The changes that occur to the female body during puberty'. These are as follows:
Breasts devellop Hips Widen
Pubic hair begins to grow Ovaries
The body grows taller and heavier Vagina
Menstruation begins Uterus
Secondary Characteristics are the assets of a girls body that do not directly influence the reproductive system, as Primary does.
The body goes through a series of physical, social and emotional changes during puberty.
Social changes include:
Wanting to spend more time with friends than family
Seeking more responsibility
Wanting independence - to do things by themselves
Emotional changes include:
Being able to read body language a bit easier
Becoming more self-concious of your physical appearence
Mood swings - you may feel very sad, happy or angry at times
Physical changes include:
Just remember that everything we have mentioned is
normal and natural!
Puberty is the time when a young person's sexual and reproductive organs mature. A lot of emotional changes also happen during this time. Puberty starts at around the age of 10 and 15 but this may vary, as everyone is different!
Also remember that these changes are all Natural and Normal, and will happen to all girls eventually!
The Menstruation Cycle is the time of which a girl has her
. The first day of your menstrual cycle is the first day of your period (day 1). The period usually then lasts anything from 3 to 7 days. You’ll probably find that if you get any period pains, they’ll be at their worst in the first few days of your period. This is because the
in your body are causing your
to actively shed the lining that was built up in the previous
The first around five days are days of which your lining will shed from the previous cycle and these days are the only days lining will shed. The next six days are the days of which a new egg is being developed. Three days after is a time when a mature egg is released or
. For thirteen days after ovalation the egg either dies or if fertilized by a sperm cell will travel down the f
and develope in the womb.
* Hydrate - Drink lots of water
* Keep warm- Cover up your tummy area.
During your period your body is weakened beacause is giving all it's nutritents to the egg so .To stop getting a cold keep warm! :P
* Get lots of calcium
* Reduce Salt- but not too much
* You also do your body a favour by eating a cube of dark chocolate. It helps calm you down and have less mood swings
* Do some streching
* Heatpacks can often reduce the pain of period cramps
* Remember that everything you are going through is
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