Not really. sometimes when there is a big growth spurt you might get a body odor that is usually short lived. what would be of concern would be the appearance of the odor with secondary sex changes such as pubic hair or under arm hair. Get the advice of your pediatrician.
Wayne Yankus, MD, FAAP
expert panelist: pediatrics
I suggest that you talk to your son's pediatrician to see if there are any health concerns that could be causing the body odor (if it is a symptom of a larger health problem, or normal physical development for your son).
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