|Tanner stages in males||Age at the start||Noticeable changes|
|Stage 1||After the 9th or 10th birthday||None|
|Stage 2||Around age 11||Pubic hair starts to form|
|Stage 3||Around age 13||Voice begins to change or “crack”; muscles get larger|
|Stage 4||Around age 14||Acne may appear; armpit hair forms|
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How long does it take for boy’s voice to change?
A boy’s voice typically begins to change between ages 11 and 14½, usually just after the major growth spurt. Some boys’ voices might change gradually, whereas others’ might change quickly.
How do I know if my voice is going through puberty?
Before you reach puberty, your larynx is pretty small and your vocal cords are kind of small and thin. That’s why your voice is higher than an adult’s. As you go through puberty, the larynx gets bigger and the vocal cords lengthen and thicken, so your voice gets deeper.
Why is my voice not deep at 14?
Before your growth spurt, your larynx is relatively small and your vocal cords are relatively thin. So your voice is high and kid-like. But as bones, cartilage, and vocal cords grow, your voice starts to sound like an adult’s.
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- How do I know if my voice is going through puberty?
- Why is my voice not deep at 14?
- At what age do most guys hit their growth spurt?
- Will my voice get deeper after 16?
- Can puberty affect your throat?
- At what age does your voice stop getting deeper?
- What does it feel like when your voice drops?
- Why do girls voice crack?
- What kind of voice do guys like?
- Do guys with deep voices have big?
- Do girls like deep voice?
- What makes a voice attractive?
- Does a high voice mean low testosterone?
- Does a deeper voice mean bigger balls?
- Is a deep voice genetic?
- Why would a guys voice be high?
- Can you tell if someone is attractive by their voice?
- Why does my voice get higher when I talk to my crush?
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