Puberty in Boys

Guys puberty is a great time and you should enjoy it instead of being worried that what is happening to your body. it is advisable not to ask unknown people about puberty but you should ask your parents about this. will tell you basic changes in body and you can share it with your friends so that you get right information and secret also ....


Puberty is a time when your body's changing, and so is everything else. Guys you should know that because of hormonal changes such changes will happen to you also nothing to worry.

What age and how it starts ?

Puberty starts at different times and lasts for different periods of time for everyone. It can start as early as 9 years of age to as late as 13 1/2 years of age. Pubertal development usually ranges from 2 to 5 years. There is no way to slow or speed up the process, but puberty happens to everyone, so never fear, it will happen to you!

Physical changes will be like :

  • Puberty time : Age at which it happens.
  • Growth of testicles & scrotal sac: 10 years-13 1/2 years.
  • Growth of pubic hair: 10 years-15 years.
  • Body Growth: 10 1/2 years -16 1/2 years.
  • Growth of penis: 11 years -14 1/2 years.
  • Change in voice: About the same time as penis growth i.e. 11 years -14 1/2 years.
  • Facial & Underarm Hair: About 2 years after pubic hair appears.
  • Acne: About the same time as underarm hair appears and do read skin care.


Genitalia Hair & Pubic Hair

In the early stages of puberty, the scrotum grows larger as told in sexual health and you might experience some reddening of the skin and notice texture change in the scrotal skin. Pubic hair might start appearing at the base of your penis.

  • While the scrotum grows, the penis increases in length and has a smaller increase in width. About a year after your penis starts growing, most boys have their first ejaculation. This is at times scary or worrisome to boys, but it is perfectly natural and a part of the pubertal process.
  • Guys you might also be noticing that more pubic hair is growing and that it is becoming darker, coarser, and curlier. The penis continues to grow, and the head of the penis develops. The scrotal skin gets darker and the scrotum also continues to grow and its normal so don't worry at all.
  • When the penis is fully developed, pubic hair will have grown like an upside down triangle around your penis and will probably have spread to your thighs as well. Size of the penis can never be compared as its hormones which decides all and size doesn't matter at all so stay calm and don't raise such questions with unknowns and never depress about this.


Growth of Body

Puberty can also cause you to go through a growth of your body, which results in an average growth of about 4.1 inches a year depending on genes also. Your head, hands, and feet are the first things to grow. Then you grow in your arms and legs, and finally your central part of body while shoulders catch up with the rest of your body.

Breast Development

During puberty, some boys do experience slight breast growth and they start thinking negative, but this is usually temporary and disappears after a while. Make sure, if it does not disappear after puberty and continues to worry you, you might talk to your parents and try to consult your doctor about it.


Voice Change

Hey Guys your voice deepens, and while the process is gradual, you might experience your voice breaking at times. This is normal and natural, so don't worry about it but do throw your attitude while speaking as you are not less than a hero.


Body Hair

Facial hair first appears at the corners of your upper lip and then spreads across the upper lip, to the upper parts of the cheek, below the bottom lip, and finally to the sides of your face and your chin. Underarm hair is also growing at this time as well. Do not worry about the density of hair as it all depends on genes and never try to shave without a reason.


Accompanying underarm hair growth, your sweat and oil producing glands also start developing, which eventually results in acne when these glands are clogged, which you can read in skin. In order to avoid breakouts, you should wash your face twice daily. If you still regularly break out, you may want to speak with a dermatologist or try home remedies.

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