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August 17, 2021 by PHN News Team
Talking with children about puberty is not always easy, but it’s important to educate your child and help them feel comfortable asking questions as their body changes. For girls, menstruation is the most significant change they experience as they transition from child to teenager. Whether you are a mom, grandmother, aunt, or other female caregiver, how you talk about periods can shape their perspective on the changes that come with puberty.
How to discuss the topic openly:
When to start having conversations:
What to talk about:
Your pediatrician can provide information and talking points if you would like additional resources.