Why Treat Central
Precocious Puberty (CPP)?
Treatment may help stop
the progression of CPP
CPP has important consequences that may impact a child both physically and psychologically. Once your child's body begins to release sex and growth hormones, CPP may not be able to be reversed, but if treatment is appropriate then it can help stop the progression of puberty.
See your child's
There are two reasons to see a pediatrician. The first reason is that if your child has CPP, the longer you wait, the more your child's body will develop. So it is important to diagnose if, in fact, your child has CPP. The second reason is that treatment, if appropriate, can halt the progress of early puberty development.
Talk to your child's pediatrician about CPP and appropriate treatment options.
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