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TFAQ003, June 2019

Especially For Teens What are some of the benefits of playing sports? What health problems should I know about if I play sports? What is disordered eating? What is the female athlete triad? What causes the female athlete triad? What are the symptoms of the female athlete triad? What changes in my period should I be concerned about? What is low bone mass? Can these problems cause permanent damage? Who can I talk to if I think that playing sports is harming my health? How can sports-related health problems be treated? What can I do to stay healt...


TFAQ004, June 2019

Especially For Teens What does transgender mean? What steps do people take to express gender? I have questions about my gender. Who can I talk to? How can a doctor help me? What options do I have for transitioning? Whose permission do I need for a medical transition? How do puberty blockers work? How does hormone treatment work? What are the risks of puberty blockers and hormone treatment? What are the benefits of puberty blockers and hormone treatment? Is surgery an option for me? Do I need to keep seeing a doctor after a medical transition? ...


FAQ121, June 2017

What are common signs and symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)? Common PCOS signs and symptoms include the following: Irregular menstrual periods—Menstrual disorders can include absent periods, periods that occur infrequently or too frequently, heavy periods, or unpredictable periods. Infertility —PCOS is one of the most common causes of female infertility. Obesity—Up to 80% of women with PCOS are obese. Excess hair growth on the face, chest, abdomen, or upper thighs—This condition, called hirsutism, affects more than 70% of women with PCOS. Severe acne or acne that occurs a...


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