Pediatric Ambiguous Genitalia is a rare condition caused by disrupted gender determination or chromosomal abnormalities. Learn about treatment with Children's Health.
Conditions We Treat in Gynecology
Pediatric amastia is the absence of the entire breast — including the breast tissue, nipple and areola. Learn more about the causes and symptoms.
Pediatric amenorrhea occurs when a female doesn’t get her period or misses multiple periods. Find out more about the causes and symptoms.
Pediatric androgen insensitivity syndrome is a rare genetic condition in which a baby that is genetically male (one X and one Y chromosome) is resistant or unresponsive to male hormones in the body, causing the child to develop outwardly as a female or to develop ambiguous genitalia. Internally, female reproductive organs are missing and male gonads are present.
Learn about pediatric athelia, which is the absence of the nipple and areola on a child’s breast.
A Pediatric Bartholin Gland Cyst is caused by swelling or infection of the Bartholin glands. Learn about Bartholin abscess and cyst symptoms with Children's Health.
A breast mass in a child is rare and often benign, but early detection is still important. Symptoms include breast tenderness and discharge. Read on to learn more.
Pediatric chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection that, if left untreated, can lead to permanent damage of the female reproductive system. Learn more about this condition.
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.
Pediatric Congenital and Structural Anomalies
Pediatric contrasexual pubertal development is a condition where a child develops characteristics of the opposite gender. Learn more.
Pediatric endometriosis can cause serious pain and infertility. Learn more about the signs of endometriosis, along with treatment options—from Children's Health.
The symptoms of a foreign body left in the vagina can include discharge & bleeding. Read on to learn more and understand how this can affect your child.
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM or Disambiguation) is a ritual cutting or removal (infibulation) of a girl’s genitalia. Learn more from Children's Health.
Pediatric Female Genital Trauma is an injury to the female genitalia, such as a straddle injury. Learn about vaginal injury symptoms and treatment with Children's Health.
Learn more about pediatric gonorrhea, a sexually transmitted infection that can impact males and females.
Pediatric human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection, and can cause genital warts and cancer. Learn more.
Pediatric hymen disorders affect the hymenal ring at the vaginal opening. Learn more about treatment options from the Pediatric Gynecology at Children's Health.
Pediatric Labial Adhesions of the labia minora occur in 1% of female children. Learn about Labial Adhesion treatment at Children's Health Pediatric Gynecology Clinic
Pediatric Lichen Sclerosis (LS), is a skin disease of the vulva or peri-anal area. Learn about lichen sclerosus treatment with Children's Health.
Menstrual Problems include irregular periods or menstrual cycles and dysmenorrhea (very painful periods). Learn about menstrual issues with Children's Health.
Mirena IUD is an Intrauterine Device inserted for long term birth control. Mirena side effects include weight gain & acne. Learn more at Children's Health.
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 Inflammatory Disease (PID) is often caused by sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia. Learn about PID symptoms & treatment with Children's Health.
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 can be acute or chronic and is caused by ovulation, endometriosis, and menstrual cramps. Learn about pelvic pain symptoms with Children's Health.
Adolescent Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) symptoms include irregular periods and unwanted hair growth. Learn more about hormone imbalance from Children's Health.
Pediatric premature adrenarche (PA) describes the early beginning of hormonal and physical changes that normally occur during puberty. Learn more from the experts at Children's Health.
Learn more about pediatric premature thelarche, a condition where girls develop breast tissue before the typical age.
Pre-Pubertal Vaginal Bleeding in children is considered abnormal bleeding. Causes include Hemangioma & Vulvovaginitis. Learn more from Children's Health.
Learn more about pediatric polymastia, which occurs when a child is born with an extra breast or additional breast tissue.
Learn more about pediatric polythelia, which is when a child is born with an extra nipple.
Pediatric and Adolescent Puberty Problems in girls include Delayed Puberty & Precocious (early) Puberty. Learn about symptoms and treatment of puberty problems from Children's Health.
Learn more about pediatric syphilis, including the causes, symptoms and complications.
Fallopian Tube or Ovarian Torsion, caused by a large tubal or ovarian cyst, results in blocked fallopian tubes. Identify symptoms with Children's Health.
Pediatric Turner Syndrome (TS) is caused by rare chromosomal abnormalities of the XX chromosome. Learn about Turner Syndrome symptoms & causes with Children's Health.
Pediatric Vulvar Cysts and Abnormalities require pediatric gynecology treatment. Learn about vaginal cysts such as Epidermal Inclusion & Bartholin Gland Cysts with Children's Health.
Pediatric Vulvovaginitis is a vaginal infection or swelling that commonly affects young girls. Learn about Vulvovaginitis symptoms and treatment with Children's Health.
Pediatric yeast infections occur when a natural fungus grows in excess and causes irritation. It can occur in both boys and girls. Learn more.
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