We are so careful to make sure that our daughters are ready for their first period. But after they start having regular monthly periods, they have likely reached the end of puberty and have entered sexual maturity. This is a big deal. Although your daughter…[Read more...]
When Does Your Daughter Arrive At Sexual Maturity?
July 7, 2022 Written by: Dr. Shelley Metten
What is a Sign Your Son is Sexually Mature?
August 5, 2021 Written by: Dr. Shelley Metten
When does an adolescent become sexually mature? A sign that a girl has reached sexual maturity is when she is having regular monthly periods. For a boy, a sign that he has reached sexual maturity is when he begins having ejaculations. Erections of his penis…[Read more...]
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Have Your Noticed Attitude Changes in Your Son as He Enters Puberty?
April 8, 2021 Written by: Dr. Shelley Metten
Are you a little surprised that your 8-10-year-old son has become more emotional and little more moody recently? This is one of the first signs most parents notice that something is beginning to change in a big way. Along with other signs, like a change…[Read more...]
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What Does Your Teenage Son Know about Gonorrhea?
March 25, 2021 Written by: Dr. Shelley Metten
Talking to your 15+ year old son about sexual topics probably feels uncomfortable for you as the parent, and for him. But, there are some topics that are especially important for him to learn about to protect himself in the future. One topic is gonorrhea.…[Read more...]
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Is My Son Ready for Puberty? How Will I Know?
March 18, 2021 Written by: Dr. Shelley Metten
If you have an 8-10-year-old son, ask yourself these questions: Is my son a little more emotional than in the past? Is my son arguing more when I disagree with him? If your answer to either of these questions is “yes,” you are beginning to…[Read more...]
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