Talking to your child's Doctor
The Doctor Discussion Guide Can Help
Finding out that your child may have central precocious puberty (CPP) may be upsetting, confusing, and even overwhelming. As such, it's important to stay focused when you talk to your child's doctor about CPP and treatment options. Our Doctor Discussion Guide can help guide you through your conversation.
This valuable tool includes:
A checklist of symptoms, so you won't forget to tell your doctor everything your child is experiencing.
Some suggested questions to ask your child's doctor, so you can be well prepared at every stage of diagnosis and treatment.
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