Puberty typically starts between ages 8 and 14. But what if your child shows signs before then?
This rare condition that causes an early onset of puberty can be challenging for kids -- and parents. But a good team of doctors can help.
Puberty can begin very early in children with a disorder called central precocious puberty (CPP). Find out the signs of CPP in girls, boys, or children of any sex.
Find out what tools your pediatrician will use to help diagnose central precocious puberty.
When your child has symptoms of CPP, you need a specialized team approach to care that goes beyond your pediatrician.
Medications for CPP aim to suppress early signs of sexual development. What kinds will your child’s doctor recommend?
Puberty is a tough time for kids -- especially when it starts early because of CPP. Get tips to help talk them through it.
CPP can make your child's life tough to navigate. Learn what you can do to help.
Medicines can slow or stop the process of CPP so kids develop at the same time as their peers.
Find out about the physical, emotional, behavioral, and social effects of early puberty.
When raising a child with central precocious puberty (CPP), it’s important to take steps not only to maintain their well-being, but also your own.