At 15 months we noticed my daughter had very bad under arm odor. At 21 months her bone age was that of a 3 1/2 year old. She is currently 3 years 2 months with a bone age of 5 years. They have done hormone tests and pelvic ultrasound when she was 21 months that both came back normal. She has no further signs of puberty. Her endocrinologist at Children's just wants to continue monitoring her every 6 months. I am getting very frustrated and don't know what to do. I don't understand any of this at all. Do you have any advice? Should we get a second opinion? The doctors in MN have never seen this in a child so young.
My daughter is 6-1/2 years old and she has a bone age of a 10 year old they just told me this weekend and i dont know what this all means. its so complicated i've tried searching online but didnt find much. how is your daughter doing?
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