Is there an age limit for puberty blockers?
The longer blockers are used past the typical start of puberty — generally age 14, at the latest — the greater the possible risk. When blockers are initiated in the early stages of puberty, Dr. Rosenthal typically suggests that his patients stop using them by age 14.
Can you take hormone blockers at 15?
Puberty blockers are only given to children who have started puberty. For a child who is assigned female at birth, Dr. Cartaya says puberty typically starts between the ages of 8 and 13.
Do puberty blockers affect height?
In both cases, puberty blockers will temporarily stop or limit: growth in height.
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- Do puberty blockers affect height?
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