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Are Boys More Prone To Colic Than Girls
No: I agree that most infants with colic symptoms have underlying conditions/circumstances that can explain some of the symptoms. However, given the agreed definition, and the studies that have been done using that definition, most studies have found no significant relationship to gender. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
We don't know: Boys are more vulnerable than girls to many childhood mental disorders including ld, adhd, autism, speech and language delays, tourette disorder. Some have hypothesized it has to do with exposure to testoserone in the womb, but the why of that remains unclear, even if true. Equally mysterious is why girls tend to "catch up" in the teen years, though with different disorders. ...Read more
Do men really mature slower than women? Because it seems like boys/men are more immature than girls/women, when it comes to behavior.
Sometimes?!?: That is one way.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why are some men not able to have sons and have girls? And why are some men able to have boys but not girls or some can have both?
Um, it IS...: Not sure who you are talking to or getting information from, but masturbation is a totally normal human activity for both men and women. It is simply a part of life and normal and expected and not a horrible thing or something to be ashamed of. There is no difference in this behavior for men or women other than the mechanics involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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