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Helpful links to CPP resources

Here are some additional websites where you can find support and answers about central precocious puberty, or CPP.

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KidsHealth

This website from the Nemours Foundation gives medical information about central precocious puberty created for parents, kids, and teens. It also offers helpful advice about talking to your child about puberty.

The Magic Foundation

This patient support website can help you connect with other families dealing with CPP and offers information and resources to view and download about CPP.

Healthychildren.org from the American Academy of Pediatrics

The American Academy of Pediatrics website provides comprehensive information about all stages of development in children. It also gives helpful tips and tools on communicating with your child about puberty.

Mayo Clinic

This website has detailed information about the symptoms and causes of precocious puberty, as well as diagnosis and treatment.

Pediatric Endocrine Society

This website provides educational materials in English, Spanish, and other languages about precocious puberty to read and download.

The U.S. National Library of Medicine – National Institutes of Health

This website has detailed information about the symptoms and causes of precocious puberty, as well as diagnosis and treatment.

WebMD

This website gives a wide range of information about central precocious puberty, as well as advice for talking to your doctor and child about CPP.

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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.

Trust your
instincts and
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.

Don’t wait
until it’s too late
for treatment

Get a referral to a pediatric endocrinologist to confirm a diagnosis and discuss treatment options as soon as you can.