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