Your Daughter's First Visit
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The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that adolescent girls have a reproductive health visit between the ages of 13 and 15. This allows the opportunity for them to begin to know their health care provider and build a strong, trusting relationship. These early visits focus on information and prevention, and often don't even include a pelvic exam.
At Women's Health Connecticut, it's our priority to provide you and your daughter with the best possible care. She trusts you to lead her in the right direction, and moms like you have trusted Women's Health Connecticut for nearly 25 years. We're the largest network of women's health providers in the state! With 90+ convenient office locations and over 270 experienced providers, you'll each find exactly what you need to be your "healthiest you."
Want to get up to speed on Teen GYN topics? Watch the videos below to learn more from adolescent GYNs Dr. Frederick Rau and Dr. Kelley Sturrock. Or, find a provider you both can love.