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How old are you to be considered having late pubetry?

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Dr. Gerry Tolbert
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In brief: Depends

This is gender specific.
In girls, if there is no breast development by 13 or menstruation by 16, that's the upper limit for normal puberty. In males, no testicular enlargement or development by 14-15 years old is considered late -onset.

In brief: Depends

This is gender specific.
In girls, if there is no breast development by 13 or menstruation by 16, that's the upper limit for normal puberty. In males, no testicular enlargement or development by 14-15 years old is considered late -onset.
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