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The 5 Stages of Puberty in Boys
Puberty in Boys - What You Need to Know
Professional Reference articles are designed for health professionals to use. You may find one of our health articles more useful. NICE has issued rapid update guidelines in relation to many of these. This guidance is changing frequently. See also separate Delayed Puberty and Precocious Puberty articles. Puberty is the process by which a child's body develops into an adult body and becomes capable of reproduction. It involves physical growth and sexual and psychosocial maturation.
Normal and Abnormal Puberty
Penis growth is influenced by the hormones of puberty. As such, the penis begins to grow more rapidly than usual between ages 10 and 14 and can continue to grow until ages 16 to In addition to other physical changes experienced during puberty, such as becoming more muscular and getting taller, this is the time when your penis may become erect in response to becoming sexually aroused, during sleep, or even at unpredictable times. Your testicles begin to grow larger and pubic hair begins to emerge.
In this article, we look at the stages of puberty for males and females, and the ways that parents and caregivers can help to support kids through this time. Females start puberty sooner than males. Puberty in females most often begins between the ages of 8 and 13 years. The process may continue until they are 14 years old, although this can be later. The first stage of puberty includes prepuberty changes.