Puberty between 10-16 years

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Puberty between 10-16 years

Ovulation may begin, though not regularly at this stage, and her period usually begins. Pubic hair begins to grow into the more adult ‘triangle’ shape, and underarm hair usually appears. The skin on the face will produce more oil, which can result in acne. Sweat glands also become more active, meaning washing daily is a must and she will need to start wearing deodorant.

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