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Conditions We Treat in Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine


Pediatric Condyloma (Genital Warts)

Pediatric condyloma and genital warts are caused by HPV. The HPV vaccine for girls protects against HPV infection and Cervical Cancer. Learn more from Children's Health.

Discussing Puberty and Sexuality

Explaining puberty is difficult for every parent. Children's Health shares how to discuss sexuality with young adults who have intellectual disabilities.

Pediatric Endometriosis

Pediatric endometriosis can cause serious pain and infertility. Learn more about the signs of endometriosis, along with treatment options—from Children's Health.

Pediatric Gynaecomastia

Pediatric gynaecomastia is enlarged breast tissue in males due to an imbalance of hormones. Learn more about the causes and how to manage the symptoms.

Adolescent Menstrual Issues

Menstrual Problems include irregular periods or menstrual cycles and dysmenorrhea (very painful periods). Learn about menstrual issues with Children's Health.

Nexplanon (Birth Control)

Nexplanon is a birth control implant inserted under the skin in the arm. Nexplanon side effects include irregular periods. Learn more at Children's Health.

Pediatric Pelvic Masses

Diagnosing and treating Pediatric Pelvic Masses in children can be complicated. Children’s Health is dedicated to providing the best Pelvic Mass treatment for your child.

Pediatric Pelvic Pain

Pediatric Pelvic Pain can be acute or chronic and is caused by ovulation, endometriosis, and menstrual cramps. Learn about pelvic pain symptoms with Children's Health.

Substance Abuse in Adolescence

Substance abuse in adolescence can be prevented with education and if needed, can be treated via substance abuse counseling. Read on for more information.

Pediatric Trichomoniasis

Trichomoniasis is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a parasite and transferred through sexual fluids. Learn more.

Pediatric Vulvovaginitis

Pediatric Vulvovaginitis is a vaginal infection or swelling that commonly affects young girls. Learn about Vulvovaginitis symptoms and treatment with Children's Health.


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