Branford, New Haven, Madison, Wallingford


Puberty typically starts anywhere from ages 8-13. Every person is different, and there is no right or wrong time for your body to start going through these changes.

How do I know if puberty has begun?

You may notice physical changes such as:

You may also experience other changes. While your body is adjusting to the new hormones your mind is as well. It is normal to have strong emotions that you have never experienced before. You may be feeling easily upset or even angry. It is also normal to feel anxious about your changing body. Talk to a trusted friend or family member about how you are feeling.

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County Obstetrics and Gynecology Group, P.C. is dedicated to caring for the special health needs of women of all ages, whether they are just entering puberty, expecting a baby, or navigating menopause.

Our warm and professional staff are trained to provide the highest quality of care to our patients, including adult and adolescent gynecology, gynecologic surgery, obstetrics, urogynecology, and gynecologic oncology.

Gynecological Services
Our board-certified physicians and certified nurse midwives provide the highest quality gynecological services for women of all ages including annual exams, contraceptive management, surgery, and oncology.
Obstetrical Care
A healthy pregnancy starts with planning for the expected and unexpected. Our providers are here to support you from the confirmation of your pregnancy and prenatal care through the birth of your baby and postnatal checkups.
Menopause Management
Our providers help you navigate these life changes and can offer a wide range of solutions to manage pain and discomfort associated with perimenopause and menopause.
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