Obesity is not only a high blood fat, high blood sugar and diabetes and other hazards, but also including sexual development problems. Exper
Obesity is not only a high blood fat, high blood sugar and diabetes and other hazards, but also including sexual development problems. Experts pointed out that the prevention of obesity is an important factor in the parents to change the wrong idea of raising children, practices, so that children grow up healthily.
In addition to the common problem of obesity, which is well known to all, obese children are also at risk for developmental abnormalities such as early sexual development, delayed sexual development, and developmental disorders. Many overweight and obese children generally have accelerated growth in height and bone age advance development of the phenomenon, obese children early puberty, may with adrenocortical function in advance development. As obese girls menarche than non obese children early, normal children after the age of 8 breast development, the boys started testicles increase after the age of 9, after the gradual completion of gonad and the development of secondary sexual characteristics. Many obese breast development and body development in advance, some 8 before the emergence of breast development, before the age of 9 for the first time menstruation is more common. Obese boys will appear a lot of Adam's apple, beard, voicemutation in advance, some of the children in the 12 to 13 years of age or earlier appeared first spermatorrhea. Some obese women will be accompanied by abnormal ovarian function, such as irregular menstruation, menstruation or amenorrhea, hirsutism, adult will therefore lead to infertility.
In contrast to sexual development, some obese children suffer from the opposite problem of delayed sexual development. Because obesity brings fat disorder, high levels of estrogen, will affect the boy's testicles and penis, resulting in slow development of the reproductive system of them, the more serious is the future child's fertility will be affected.
From the "family nutrition maintenance" disease of children, people's Medical Publishing House, 2009, edited by Wang Xinliang