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Advice about Puberty
Berkeley Parents Network > Advice > Teens, Preteens, & Young Adults > Advice about Puberty
There's been a lot of discussion about early puberty but I haven't seen anything about late puberty. This was my ''affliction'' as a kid - I was extremely late and it made for a difficult adolescence. At least one of my children seems to have inherited this gene and I would hope that he could have an easier time of it than I did, but I'm not sure how. Is he probably not going to be as late as I was due to all the hormones, etc? Is there anything that can speed up one's natural path? Anonymous
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