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If your child is showing signs of
physical maturity that seem too early,
talk to your pediatrician now

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Has your child been diagnosed with central
precocious puberty, or CPP?

Learn more about
central precocious
puberty today

The signs of central precocious puberty are the same as those of normal pubertal development, but they happen too soon.

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act now

Talk to a pediatrician as soon as possible
if you see early signs of puberty, because
only a qualified healthcare provider can diagnose CPP.

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about treatment

Get a referral to a pediatric endocrinologist who can confirm if your child has CPP, and discuss appropriate treatment options.

If you think it’s CPP,
talk to your
pediatrician now!

Is your child tall for their age?
Do you see breast bud development,
testicle and penis enlargement, or pubic hair?

It could be central precocious puberty, or CPP. Before the age of 8 in girls and 9 in boys, these could be signs of CPP. CPP can have complications, including a shorter predicted adult height.

CPP can be treated. Only a qualified healthcare provider can diagnose CPP and help you find a treatment that is appropriate for your child. The sooner you know for sure, the sooner your child can get the treatment they need.

Getting a diagnosis as soon as possible is important

See Karen Klein, MD, pediatric endocrinologist, discuss next steps in diagnosing CPP.