Is it possible that genetic factors play a role in the age of puberty among girls, is it supposed to happen at puberty in girls the same age, which amounted to their mothers?
It is what you ask for a reader to
have a girl 14 years old and did not come her menstrual cycle to now,
with the knowledge that all the women of the family have reached at an
early age from the eleventh or twelve years old, and you are asking
whether this is a delay or not and whether the age of puberty is
associated factors genetic? Knowing that most of the signs of puberty
have appeared with the girl?
The answer to this question, Amanda Leto
author of Fibroids Miracle Program Review, said: For the first question
for the reader link puberty factors genetic, there is no relationship
between the two definitively where Genetic factors play any role in the
Fibroid Miracle Program progress or delayed puberty in girls and the
role played by genetic factors for women confined in diseases ovarian
failure or ovaries as well as fibroids in the uterus.
Leto adds that the menstrual cycle is not affected by genetic factors
and perhaps the most important reasons that affect the late date of the
menstrual cycle is psychological factors, anxiety and obesity can
sometimes affect the delayed adulthood.
As for the second question
about the failure to reach the girl now he is not summoned a final
concern, as the menstrual cycle is not considered late as long as the
girl did not exceed sixteen years after, especially in the case of the
emergence of other signs of puberty.
For Complete review on women's Health, visit to see Fibroids Miracle Review on Amanda Leto's Official website