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There's No Hair Down There



 
That’s totally normal, girl! We don’t all go through puberty at the exact same time, so while some girls may already be growing pubic hair, it’s completely normal if you have not yet begun.
 
Some girls might start showing signs of puberty caused by an increase in hormones as early as age seven, and others won’t begin until as late as roughly 16.
 

Puberty can occur quickly or slowly and the visible signs, like pubic hair, breast growth, acne and your period progress at different rates for every girl. So relax and let your bod grow at its own pace.

BY LINDSEY SILKEN ON 11/2/2010 7:00:00 AM

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