Hi i'm a 25 year old male. I have gone to the hair growth face, chest, legs, and abdomen area. But as far as the main steps to puberty i never experienced so i'm concerned. I never experienced a wet dream, my voice never deepen, and my penis never grew since i was 12. Sometimes my nut sacks retract back into my body where it looks like i have no testicles. so i don't know what to do about this i have been reading about delayed puberty and i do see that i have some of the symtoms (symptoms) but i just need advice please help and i don't need people to make stupid comments about this so if you wanna be a wise *** move on to another post please.
people are not like that on here mate we are all (most of us ) here to help .have you seen a doctor on this at all ? you do need too ! it is unusual not to have wet dreams etc , so you do hve to go to a doctor they will do blood tests to test hormone levels and go from there ! good luck x x
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