As an adult, you probably remember puberty — a time when your body went through a lot of changes. Professor James M. Tanner , a child development expert, was the first to identify the visible stages of puberty. Today, these stages are known as the Tanner stages or, more appropriately, sexual maturity ratings. They serve as a general guide to physical development, although each person has a different puberty timetable. Read on to learn about the Tanner stages and what you can expect to see in boys and girls during each stage.
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What changes will happen during puberty?
Boys give little thought to muscles and beards when they are young. However, between the ages of 9 and 16, most boys will experience puberty. It will be a time of change, both physically and emotionally. Boys will often learn about puberty through school curriculum, media influences, and talking with their friends. Your son may want to know how tall he will get, why his voice is changing, or when he can shave for the first time.
Enlargement of the Testicles and Scrotum
The teenage years are also called adolescence. During this time, teens will see the greatest amount of growth in height and weight. Adolescence is a time for growth spurts and puberty changes. A teenager may grow several inches in several months followed by a period of very slow growth.
Puberty — it's a crazy time and occurs through a long process, beginning with a surge in hormone production, which in turn causes a number of physical changes. Every person's individual timetable for puberty is different. Below is an overview of some physical changes boys can expect during these years. A near doubling in the size of the testicles and the scrotal sac announces the advent of puberty. As the testicles continue to grow, the skin of the scrotum darkens, enlarges, thins, hangs down from the body and becomes dotted with tiny bumps. These are hair follicles. In most boys, one testicle usually the left hangs lower than the other. Fueled by testosterone, the next changes of puberty come in quick succession. A few light-colored downy hairs materialize at the base of the penis.