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Endometriosis is an ongoing disease where a female’s uterus lining, called endometrium, implants on something outside the uterus. Learn how the only two fellowship-trained pediatric and adolescent gynecologist in the state diagnose and treat this painful disease.
Pediatric gynecology at Arkansas Children's is all about making a child feel safe and healthy. Whether it's a nurse telling a child a story during an exam or talking with a teen on their level, we provide care specific to each age group, from newborn to 22.
Menstrual cramping is usually a normal part of a teenager’s cycle. Dr. Kate Stambough shares her expert advice on how to treat these and other PMS symptoms.