A bone age measurement helps doctors assess how much time a child has left to grow. Puberty plays a big role in growth. It is administered as once daily injections, six to seven days a week, and typically is used until the growth plates fuse. Estrogen for girls is often given as a transdermal patch, while testosterone is given to boys as a monthly injection. If a child is showing significant delays in puberty and has short stature due to being a late bloomer, a short course of either testosterone boys or estrogen girls can help kick-start puberty and its associated growth spurt. Children and teens with all types of endocrine concerns, including short stature or growth failure, can benefit from our comprehensive care approach. With puberty comes a large growth spurt, but once puberty is over, growth is complete.
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