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When do kids who are considered "early bloomers" usually start puberty?

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Dr. Robert Choate
Pediatrics

In brief: No usual

True precocious puberty is a concern that should be discussed with a pediatrician and may result in referral to an endocrinologist.
This means the child has started showing signs of secondary sex characteristics before age 9 for boys and 8 for girls. Other wise the usual age for the start of puberty is 9-14 for boys and 8-13 for girls.

In brief: No usual

True precocious puberty is a concern that should be discussed with a pediatrician and may result in referral to an endocrinologist.
This means the child has started showing signs of secondary sex characteristics before age 9 for boys and 8 for girls. Other wise the usual age for the start of puberty is 9-14 for boys and 8-13 for girls.
Dr. Robert Choate
Dr. Robert Choate
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