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Completion of formal education, financial independence from parents, marriage, and parenthood have all been markers of the end of adolescence and beginning of adulthood, and all of these transitions happen, on average, later now than in the past. Targeting this illness at the early stages of development is critical and could lead to better long-term outcomes because the adolescent brain is highly plastic and, hence, neural systems are likely to be more malleable to interventions. Other studies have suggested that some effects may be more directly linked to pubertal stage or hormone concentrations rather than timing per se. Variations in the pattern of pubertal change in boys. J. Chronic pelvic pain, cyclic and/or non-cyclic Severe dysmenorrhea Adolescence has evolved historically, with evidence indicating that this stage is lengthening as individuals start puberty earlier and transition to adulthood later than in the past. - 22.214.171.124. 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