Menstrual Reproductive Disorder in Children

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    Menstrual problems are common among teens. Each girl’s body is different, and each girl experiences puberty differently. Here at Children’s Hospital Boston, we recognize that problems with menstruation can often be emotionally challenging, and that’s why we focus on treating your daughter as a person, and not just a patient.

    Specialists in our Reproductive Endocrine Practice evaluate and treat male and female patients with a wide range of adolescent reproductive and endocrine disorders that affect reproductive function. We are one of the busiest programs of our type in the country and have been serving the needs of patients and their families since 1970.

    Your child is in good hands with us.

    Menstrual reproductive disorder

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