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ENFit Feeding Tube Adapters

GI Feeding Tube Users: if you do not have ENFit tubes, you may need an adapter to deliver feeds or medications. Contact your pharmacy or home care company.

Within our Reproductive Endocrinology and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, we provide care to adolescents and young adults with disorders of puberty, abnormal menstrual periods (irregular, heavy, painful, frequent, or absent), polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), ovarian insufficiency, breast disorders, hormonal acne and hair growth, and bone health concerns.  We also see patients for consultation regarding contraceptive care of all types including long-acting reversible contraception (LARC). We’re here to help!

Our department is actively involved in research and publications — which means that we offer up-to-date, evidence-based treatments and evaluations to help you or your child. We also offer a wide range of services to care for you/your child, including:

Illustration: Phone with app so females can keep track of their periods

How hormones can affect your child’s period

Learn about what hormonal problems could mean for future fertility.