Conditions with symptom: 'dilayed growth'
I think the reason is that it's from growth you never really stop growing !!! I think this because I had the same exact thing and that's what people told me so your welcome !!!! ( kinda ) So yeah it's from a growth spurt happening to quickly and your body didnt know that it was going to !!!!!
Hi there My son is 4 months old and was born with a growth on the bottom lip line, I asked the doctor what it was and he said it was a milk spot and would go but it's only getting bigger is there anything I could do to stop it growing
My daughter is also 6 and has signs of puberty. Pubic hair, odour, moods and growth. Took her to the doctors and they have referred her to hospital. I would get a 2nd opinion from the doctors if I were you.
Hi Jacob. Usually growth of the testicles is the first sign of puberty but not always. Don't worry too much. Your penis could keep growing until you are 20 so there is plenty of time. Hair down there could be making things look smaller. Wait another year and if you have not grown down there...get back to us.
1. I am 48years of age. I contantly have hair on my chin and bit of mustarch which I found it very very embarrassing. 2. Always have sports on my stomach and very pinful. Please, it there anything to do to remove or stop the hair growth and also likewise the sports.
If you look very closely at most of your body you'll see that we are covered with small hairs. At puberty, more defined hair growth occurs in many areas such as around nipples. This is possibly what is happening to you. If you get totally upset by these hairs there are many ways of removing them temporarily or even permanently. In the meantime, don't worry too much.
I have two problems 1)I'm 16 and my penis is only about 2 inch soft and 3/4 hard I worry that its small and it puts me off getting into relationships, becaus I'm 16 is that the end of growth and can I do anything? 2)I cannot pull my foteskin back over the tip, this worrues me aswell these make relationships hard:(
If you have gone through puberty then it won't grow a lot more but will still grow till your 21 and you should speak to your doctor obout tight foreskin and he will give you some cream and tell you how to stretch the foreskin if you can still not pull your foreskin back see your doctor and you will have to have it circumsticed
Hi Jason. Don't worry at all. Your penis is likely to continue growing until you are at least 19 so don't let this stop you getting into relationships. Remember you can leave your penis in your pants! Your foreskin will need a little help to start moving. Take a warm bath and try to ease it back then forward again. It may hurt a little but you have to be brave. Do this as often as possible and you should see a difference in a few months. Be patient and take care. Hope this helps.
Stretch marks appeared on my back when I was 13/14 (they are still there now at 27, although quite faded). The reason for them (from what I was told) is quick spurts of growth in height which stretch the skin on the back. I grew in height by about 6 or 7 inches in under a year.
Hi Malik. Puberty will start soon but we all start at different times. It lasts for about 5 years in boys and the first sign is usually growth of the testicles (balls) so take a look. Your penis will catch up later on and can keep growing until you are 20 years old!! Remember, the average adult size is smaller than you think so don't worry. Take care and enjoy being young.
My daughter is 5 years old and for 8 months has hairy legs, back, top lip and eye brows and since nov has hair developed in lower region. Her dr at the hospital sent her for a scan and says it was clear and her blood test was negative however her hair growth in lower region is getting more and darker and she is aware of it. She also suffers with belly aches and is tearful help please
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