What happens if a child starts puberty early?
Children with precocious puberty may grow quickly at first and be tall, compared with their peers. But, because their bones mature more quickly than normal, they often stop growing earlier than usual. This can cause them to be shorter than average as adults.
Why is my daughter starting puberty so early?
For most children, early puberty starts for no known reason. It can run in families. Sometimes there is a problem in the brain, such as an injury, a tumor or an infection. Early puberty can also be caused by a problem in the sex glands (testes or ovaries), the thyroid gland or the adrenal glands.
Does delayed puberty affect fertility?
There are no published data suggesting that compared to children with normal puberty, fertility may be decreased in adulthood in individuals who had lived a constitutionally delayed puberty.
- What happens if a child starts puberty early?
- Why is my daughter starting puberty so early?
- Does delayed puberty affect fertility?
- What age is considered late puberty?
- What’s the latest age you can hit puberty?
- What is the treatment for delayed puberty?
- What happens if you don’t treat precocious puberty?
- What would cause a girl to start her period at eight years old?
- What foods prevent early puberty?
- What is the most common cause of precocious puberty?
- How can I slow down my daughter’s puberty?
- Can early puberty be stopped?
- Should I treat my child for precocious puberty?
- What are the long term effects of precocious puberty?
- Is it normal for a 9 year old to have a period?
- What are the two types of precocious puberty?
- Will early puberty affect height?
- What triggers the start of puberty?
- Does milk cause early puberty?
- Does eating chicken cause early puberty?