The Gynecology Clinic focuses on the needs of children and adolescents from infants to teens.
Clinical problems include but are not limited to:
- Menstrual disorders like early, delayed or no menses or abnormal bleeding.
- Vaginal problems in infants, children and adolescents.
- Pelvic pain.
- Problems in puberty.
- Hormonal problems such as excessive hair growth and others.
This specialty clinic is staffed by Seema Menon, MD, who also is an assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Medical College of Wisconsin. Also collaborating in this clinic are M. Susan Jay, MD, director of the Adolescent Health and Medicine Program, and Wendi Ehrman, MD.
Who will my teen see?
The clinic uses a multidisciplinary team approach to your teen's care that may include a gynecologist, an adolescent medicine physician, certified pediatric nurse practitioner, registered nurse or social worker with referrals to additional hospital specialists as needed. The Gynecology Clinic team includes:
The Adolescent Health and Medicine Program addresses the unique health care concerns facing children and young adults. Services offered are designed to support and complement the role of the pediatrician or family practice physician. The weekly Adolescent Health Clinic has evaluated adolescent patients in the past year with conditions ranging from fatigue to eating disorders to gynecological concerns. The program also collaborates as needed with Children's Hospital specialties including but not limited to Dermatology, Rheumatology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine.
- Adolescent Growth & Development
- Adolescent Medicine
- Eating disorders
- Female puberty
- Gynecological and Menstrual Conditions
- Male Puberty