#Fighting With Early Puberty


The term Early Puberty or Precocious Puberty" refers when any physical sex hormone effect the puberty, due to any cause, occurring earlier than the usual age. Especially when it is being considered as a medical problem

Going through problem of early puberty in a girl is not only affects the girl physically but also can be emotionally and socially difficult for the girl & her family too. For example, girls with precocious puberty may be confused or embarrassed about physical changes such as getting their periods or having enlarged breasts well before any of their peers. But the hardest part may be the teasing by the friends of abused by the bad elements of the society.

Once precocious puberty is diagnosed, the goal of treating it is to stop or even reverse sexual development and stop the rapid growth and bone maturation that can eventually result in adult short stature.

Possible approach to treat the early puberty is, lowering the high levels of sex hormones with medicine to stop sexual development from progressing.

From last three years PSF supporting girls for monthly treatment to control the hormonal growth as well as to limit the emotional and social difficulties they may face from maturing early.

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