Puberty, periods and growing up can be exciting but also daunting, that's why we've pulled together loads of information about common topics and questions.
During puberty, as you move from a child to an adult, your body will start to go through many physical changes.
You can get your period when you are as young as 8 or as old as 16. Most girls get their first period around the ages of 12 or 13
We all dread that missed periods turn into morning sickness and weird cravings - but take a chill pill, there are other reasons...
Waiting for your first period can be a stressful time for some girls – it helps to be prepared with all the relevant facts.
Changes on the outside are directly related to what’s happening on the inside.
One of the biggest steps you will take in your amazing journey from girl to woman is the first time you get your period.
The most common period symptom is the pain in your abdomen, back or thighs that is caused by menstrual cramps.
Skipping a period can be a bit worrying for girls, especially if you are normally very regular.