Menstrual Suppression in Teens
Menstrual suppression refers to using medication to stop someone from having a period or make it lighter or more regular. The questions I often hear next are why someone would
Defeating Period Problems in Girls with Disabilities
Young girls usually get their first period between ages 10 and 15. This age range is typically the same for teens and tweens with mental and/or physical disabilities. And while
All About Periods
It might not excite you to talk about periods, but they’re important to discuss. If you’re reading this, you likely have a child or know someone special in your life
Puberty in Girls: Conversation Starters for Parents
It’s important for you to talk with your daughter about changes in her body before they start happening. Read these practical tips for getting the puberty conversation started.
Preserving the Fertility of Young Chemo Patients
A brief summary of and link to a story on WVXU.com about preserving the fertility of young chemotherapy patients at Cincinnati Children's.