Who here /delayedpuberty/?
I'm 20 and I haven't aged since I was 16 and I'm starting to worry. I've grown a good half inch since then, at most (I'm 5'6" with my shoes on). I'm low energy and in a constant state of fatigue.
It fucking sucks looking like a 15/16 year old and going to college. Everyone gives you looks like "Are you even supposed to be here?", and they all tower over me. It's nerve-wracking. About a year ago, someone asked me if I was going into the 8th grade. My voice has hardly deepened at all, either, so it's incredibly difficult to speak up and be social with people. I sound like a 13 year old kid. I know 12 year olds with deeper voices than me. feelsbadman
Is this indicative of a hormonal disorder? It's pretty much turned me into a recluse and ruined my life.
19 and 5'6 with shoes on too. I know how you feel but I just make friends with other short people and they don't treat me awkwardly which is nice. Why don't you drop a vocaroo so we can hear what you sound like?
Same. I honestly just naturally gravitate more towards short people. I feel awkward with taller guys and I always feel like they're judging me.
also vocaroo http://vocaroo.com/i/s0FKAYbmihoy
It might be, you might have some thyroid shit going on. My buddy was telling me about some guy he knows that is like 5'4-5'6 and that the only reason he's so short is that they didn't catch a hormonal imbalance when he was younger.
Yeah, that's the weird thing is that I have really profuse body hair and an okay sized penis. Makes me think that I don't have anything wrong with me and I'm just naturally like this :(
My parents are the same height, so I'm not all too surprised about it, but I still wish I could grow more. Older bro grew much taller than me.
Throughout grade school, I would overhear the other kids always saying that I looked "old" or "sad looking". Now I get people at my college asking me if I just got out of high school. And I'm starting to watch cartoons and getting back into old hobbies. When I turned 19 it felt like a chore to do the thing I love doing. And
I'm not as interested in women as I used to be back when I was a teenager
Is it just as simple as getting a blood sample or whatever?
alright but i'm censoring it partially. not showing my face on here. kek
look I can't see that much but you look fine, stop worrying
your best bet is to go to the doctor and get your test levels checked. They might be able to prescribe something that will raise your test and will help you out. Lifting won't hurt but seeing as you're on /r9k/ I doubt you'll heed my advice
I've hit rock bottom, so I'm willing to do anything to improve. I used to lift and it made me feel good, but I stopped due to complications in my life. I honestly appreciate the advice, anon. I've planned on doing some of this, but I just needed a reality check and some second opinions. :)
might be bro science but I became a lot more 'manly' when I started lifting. I mainly said it because if nothing else it will just make his body look better and his face more defined
I got taller, but my body didn't really get more masculine. My bones are still very thin and narrow, dick isn't any larger, etc.Aside from my height, I didn't grow nearly as much as I expected. I guess I'll always wonder if it was genetic, or caused by something else entirely. Either way, I'm pretty sure there's nothing that can be done about it now. It's not like I'm going to get a second puberty in my late 20s.
>born in australia aka. Chad nation
>born in sydney aka. Chadest city of chad nation
I was about 16 when I started "real" puberty. Until that point I was about 5ft and my voice hadn't really broken, I'm 22 now and 6ft but still don't look or sound like I'm 22.
For example I don't have any chest hair and I haven't filled out yet.
I got sent to a boarding school in the country when before I was always in town, so it could be environmental or routine related.
Yes. I'm still experiencing growth spurts now. It kinda sucks having to get bigger clothes every 6 months though.
thanks, i've been practicing speaking more from my diaphragm, but i still get mistaken for a child over the phone and it's really disheartening. feels almost like it undermines the confidence i've gained after years of work :(
I think this is what might have done it, when I was at home I didn't do anything outside of school.
But once I got sent to live in the country air I suddenly found myself feeling better and more refreshed even after busy day in the classroom. This led to me participating in after school activities such as long distance walks and mountain climbing.