Usborne, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
This text describes exactly what takes place in the body at the time of puberty. It contains sections on sex and contraception, food, exercise, hygiene and drugs and other problems both physical and emotional.
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What happens at puberty?
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abdomen adolescence alcohol AlDS baby bacteria become bladder blood vessels body bones boys brain breasts develop calories cause cervix changes of puberty clitoris condom cream doctor drugs ducts effective ejaculation epididymis erect penis exercise feel female sex hormones female sex organs female's follicle foods foreskin FSH and LH genitals girls glands grow growth spurt hormones FSH Hotline hymen infection inside internal sex organs labia male sex organs male's masturbation mature menstrual method of contraception muscles muscular nipples normal numbers orgasm ovaries ovulation ovum pads penis periods person pimples pituitary pregnancy produce progestogen puberty pubic hair reach puberty sebaceous glands sebum secondary sexual semen sex cells sex hormones sex organs sexual contact sexual intercourse sexually transmitted disease shave skin someone sperm starts substance called sweat tampons teeth testicles urethra usually uterine tube uterus vagina virus wash weight woman women worry