We are the St. Louis region’s only practice dedicated to the special needs of pediatric, adolescent and young adult gynecology patients.
We provide professional care that you can trust to meet the unique medical and surgical gynecologic needs of infants, children, young adolescents and teenagers. While most of our patients are referred in from the greater St. Louis area, it is not unusual for a family to travel hundreds of miles for our specialized care.
Missouri Baptist Medical Center
- Physical Address: 3023 N Ballas Rd, St. Louis, MO 63131, USA
3023 N. Ballas Rd.
Building D, Suite 450
St. Louis, MO 63131
Memorial East Medical Building – Shiloh
- Physical Address: 1414 Cross Street, Shiloh, IL, USA
1414 Cross Street, Suite 140B
Shiloh, IL 62269
Center for Outpatient Health
- Physical Address: 4901 Forest Park Ave, St. Louis, MO, USA
4901 Forest Park Ave., Suite 710
St. Louis, MO 63110
Center for Advanced Medicine – South County
- Physical Address: 5201 Midamerica Place, St. Louis, MO, USA
5201 Midamerica Plaza, Suite 1700
St. Louis, MO 63129
Our Washington University Pediatric, Adolescent & Young Adult Gynecology Physicians work closely with referring physicians and other specialists at St. Louis Children’s Hospital to provide a comprehensive program for evaluation, specialized treatment, and follow-up care for infants, children and teens. The conditions we treat include:
- Menstrual periods that are heavy, frequent/infrequent, painful or irregular
- Signs of early or delayed sexual maturation
- Breast abnormalities, including asymmetry or pain
- Unusual genital appearance
- Chronic genital rashes or itching
- Vaginal discharge, drainage or odor
- Ovarian cysts or pelvic masses
- Pelvic endometriosis
- Birth defects or injuries involving the reproductive organs
About gynecologic care for infants and children
Children are generally cared for by their pediatrician or family physician; however, your pediatrician may contact a pediatric gynecologist to assist with difficult or challenging medical conditions. Common reasons children are seen by pediatric gynecologists include vulvar and vagina irritation that will not improve despite hygiene and medications, congenital anomalies of the genitalia, labial adhesions, lichen sclerosus, pelvic masses, and early signs of puberty (breast development) or vaginal bleeding.
Make an appointment
Washington University Pediatric, Adolescent & Young Adult Gynecologists:
When you call, please have your insurance card ready. Your insurance company may require a referral for your visit. If you have any questions please give us a call.
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For your visit: Remember to bring a set of medical records with any relevant laboratory tests or diagnostic images with you to your appointment.
Need to utilize or inquire about clinical research services or facilities?
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