Every boy is different, but below are some of the most common changes to look out for to help you know when your son is entering puberty.
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Professor John Guillebaud at University College London revealed that research carried out in 2016 showed that period pain can be “as bad as having a heart attack“!
Puberty creates some interesting challenges for teenagers and their parents. One of the most ‘interesting’ of these challenges is the crazy rush of hormones that can drive our teens boy- or girl-crazy.
There are many reasons couples delay starting a family, but advancing age does have an impact on both partners' fertility - in fact, it is the single biggest factor affecting the chance to conceive and carry a healthy baby to full term. We take a look at the range of factors that over time cause a decline in fertility and getting pregnant.
In many cases, a woman will not notice any signs until 1 to 2 weeks after her period was due (or 5 to 6 weeks of the pregnancy), when the HCG level is sufficicently high enough to affect her body. Find more on Kidspot New Zealand.