Dating, recognized relationships, and less structured relationships are on teens’ minds. That can bring up the topic of sex, a subject some parents can be uncomfortable talking with their kids. However, it’s important and should not be avoided. Keeping an open dialogue will teach teens how the start and maintain healthy relationships throughout their life.
Dr. Gigi Chawla shares how parents can provide their kids with age-appropriate information about sex.
It’s important for parents to be aware of the risk of sexual abuse in young children and to take steps toward prevention.
At the Children's Minnesota gynecology program, home of the only two pediatric and adolescent gynecologists in Minnesota, we treat babies, girls and adolescents every day who have minor, moderate or severe gynecological issues. We offer the latest treatments and technologies available in the United States to resolve symptoms while maintaining a child's reproductive health.