hi im on my freinds account and im 13. i have this thing precocious puberty where i got puberty very early and im a or 32 (sometimes 34) ddd bra (and no im not fat) and im 5'6 ish and i get hit on by older guys even when im covered. but anyways my height is tall i kinda have a smaller waist and basically the best i can describe is an hourglass and my boobs are big and i get mistaken for a 16 yr old and when i say my age i get crazy looks by guys girls and teachers. its a little depressing :(
but the only thing is while my height and body size looks 20 ish i still have a baby face
i keep thinking while my physical body form looks 25 my face is 5 and sometimes i want to look equally the same age and sometimes i think at least i'll age better but it makes me feel weird to look older in my body and look like im a newborn like child in the face.
so does anybody know when puberty ends for girls and how old were you when puberty ended because its scary thinking this.
Most Helpful Guy
because precocious puberty causes puberty to happen early (for some people who have it, VERY early), chances are, at 17, you are likely done with puberty already. maybe you have been for years. everything else ism just you growing normally (because, puberty or not, we keep growing up until between 16 and 20 years old).
As for baby face concerns? That sounds like what makeup was made for. the right colors, applied subtly, and it makes you look more mature.0
Most Helpful Girl
I know puberty can be very confusing. A LOT of girls have the same problem as you, with their body developing much faster than what they're ideally or mentally ready for. Just don't get sucked into trying to ACT like you're older just because you look older. You're still just barely a teen and there's no need to act or dress any older than what you are.
The end of puberty is different for every individual, I suggest asking your mother when she stopped developing as genetics play a role in it. You could also ask your doctor the next time you go for a checkup. Because you're developing so early, you'll probably stop developing earlier than average too.1