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what are normal physical changes in boys during puberty?

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Dr. Anthony LaBarbera
Dr. Anthony LaBarbera answered
Pediatrics 28 years experience
See below: Increase in genital size, development of pubic and axillary hair, voice change, increase in muscle mass, and growth spurt.
Dr. Samuel Freedman
Pediatrics 9 years experience
Puberty in boys: The primary sign is testicular enlargement. This could precede secondary characteristics like pubic hair, body odor, acne, oily skin, growth spurt, moodiness, by at least a year.

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What physical changes during puberty in a boy are there?

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Dr. Pierrette Mimi Poinsett
Pediatrics 38 years experience
Puberty in Boys: Includes changes in size and of penis and testes, development of hair in pubic area, under arms and face, change in voice.

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