The differences between male and female bodies determine the kind of CPP symptoms that appear, but they also have a number of shared symptoms. For example, in terms of distinctive CPP signs, girls with CPP often start the menstrual cycle much earlier than normal, and boys have signs of a mustache and other facial hair appear. Symptoms common to both sexes include sudden growth spurts and the appearance of acne.
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