What problems does early puberty cause for girls?

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Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

Developing breasts and public hair can be  a problem for little girls, especially if they haven't yet reached their teens. Watch this video as Dr. Oz talks with Drs. Jennifer Ashton and Louise Greenspan about problems for girls who reach puberty early.


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Puberty

Puberty affects children between the ages of 11 and 14. The changes can be drastic and all at once, changing your physical growth, cognitive development, emotional and social skills, as well as sensory and motor development. Rapid ...

changes often occur earlier in girl than in boys but both genders will go through physical and emotional changes that segue childhood into adulthood. If often is a difficult time of transition for the adolescent as well as the parents, but strong family support will reaffirm your childs sense of self.
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