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Teen Talk  

Adolescence (from Latin adolescere, meaning "to grow up")is a transition period between childhood and adulthood where physical mental, mental, sexual and hormonal changes takes place.Its the most vulnerable period. There is a wide variation between the time of onset and the attainment of full maturity.Some of the gynecological problems teenage girls present with can be the following.

Menstrual problems like

1 Irregular periods

2 Frequent periods

3 Dysmennorhea

4 Heavy bleeding

5 Amenorrhea (where no periods at all)

Others:

1 abnormal white discharge

2 vulvar itching

3 Vulva or vaginal swelling

4 Vulvar pain or rash

5 Breast lump

6 Congenital abnormalities of the reproductive organs

7 Pschycosexual problems

8 Abnormal and excess hair growth

9 Sexually transmitted diseases

10 Unintended pregnancy

Even perfect healthy teens have problems coping up with changes in their body , along with the additional pressure from school, colleges or at home. So not only treating but also counseling is an essential part of adolescent health care.