What do u do when u find out u are still biological a teenager at 30?
I come from a family of ageless people genetically, my mum is 58, looks 30, my uncle is 61, look 28, my grandma died at 70, looks 40 and according to my mum, my great grandpa died 50, looks 30. My cousin and I are both in our 30s, but people usually think we are 17, (then after talking to us, they guess 21, because we seem to mature for teens). Recently, I got strange pains, I went to a doctor, the doctor say, biologically I haven't fully left my late teens yet and the pain is to do with that, he say it do happen with some people, where their teenage years stretch out for much longer.
This sounds like a hormonal deficit. Your body isn't producing hormones it should.
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