What are the symptoms of delayed puberty?
- Girls: Lack of any breast development by age 12. More than 5 years between initial breast growth and first menstrual period. Failure to menstruate by age 15.
- Boys: Lack of testicular enlargement by age 14. Lack of pubic hair by age 15. More than 5 years to complete adult genital development.
Is delayed puberty harmful?
Delayed puberty may also negatively affect adult psychosocial functioning and educational achievement, and individuals with a history of delayed puberty carry a higher risk for metabolic and cardiovascular disorders.
Is late puberty good?
This wide range in age is normal, and it’s why you may develop several years earlier (or later) than most of your friends. Sometimes, though, people pass this normal age range for puberty without showing any signs of body changes. This is called delayed puberty.
- What are the symptoms of delayed puberty?
- Is delayed puberty harmful?
- Is late puberty good?
- What is the latest age to hit puberty?
- What are the 5 stages of puberty?
- Is early or late puberty better?
- Can you still be in puberty at 21?
- Do Late Bloomers grow taller?
- What is considered late puberty for a boy?
- How do you test for delayed puberty?
- How do I know if I hit puberty?
- At what age do boys grow the most?
- What age is the biggest growth spurt?
- How do you trigger a growth spurt?
- What’s the average height for a 14-year-old boy?
- How can you predict a boy’s height?
- How can I get taller?
- What’s a healthy weight for a 14 year old?
- What height should a 14-year-old be?
- How do I know if I am underweight?