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Delayed signs of puberty. No pubic hair. Need to be concerned?

I am 14 and i have no pubic hair no armpit hair short 2 inch penis no facial hair nothing my twin sis has all the puberty characteristics and my 10 year old brother has pubic hair but i dont i get teased in class alot of my friends have 3and a half to four inch penis and have bushy pits and pubic hair i am afraid to even go swiming im called retard in school im not even tall which is even a sign of puberty.
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

What is your current height and weight?
Is there a family history of delayed puberty?

You require to be physically examined and a sexual maturity staging should be done. If your SMR is found to be inappropriate for your age then you should be investigated accordingly.

Regarding the problem you are facing at school I suggest you should complain to the higher authorities and stop them from hurting your feelings.

Hope this helps.
Take care.
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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