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Advanced bone aging

At age 3, I noticed a small lump on my daughter's breast and immediately took her to see her pediatrician.  They did blood work and also an xray which showed that her bone age was advanced by about 5 months.  I took her to see an endocrinologist who put her on an organic diet.  Shortly after making a change in her diet the lump disappeared.  Now she is almost 5 years old.  She has a mature body odor and I just saw some pubic hair.  Should I visit the endocrinologist again?  What should I do?
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Yes I think thats a good idea he will perform bone age tests and you will know what you are dealing with .Let us know the outcome ...
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