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  • I'm 19. Is it Normal to Still Have Irregular Periods? for Teens

    The only way to know if everything's OK is to visit your doctor or nurse practitioner.

  • Health Care Providers: Nurses for Parents

    Nurses provide much of the day-to-day care in hospitals, doing vital jobs like giving medicine and educating patients about self-care. Many kinds of nurses provide varying levels of care.

  • Pelvic Exams for Teens

    A pelvic exam is where a doctor or nurse practitioner looks at a girl's reproductive organs (both outside and internally) and feels the uterus and ovaries to be sure everything's normal. Find out what's involved in this article for teens.

  • Gyn Checkups for Teens

    Girls should get their first gynecological checkup between ages 13 and 15. Find out what happens during a yearly gyn visit -- and why most girls don't get internal exams.

  • Health Care Providers: Obstetricians & Gynecologists for Parents

    Obstetrics & gynecology is the branch of medicine that treats conditions and problems related to female reproductive health.

  • Health Care Providers: Orthopedists for Parents

    An orthopedist, or orthopedic surgeon, studies, diagnoses, and treats conditions that affect muscles, joints, and bones, such as infections, sports injuries, broken bones, and joint problems.

  • Health Care Providers: Behavioral Health Specialists for Parents

    Behavioral health is medical care that helps manage emotions and behaviors. The main health care providers who work in behavioral health are psychologists and psychiatrists.

  • What's a Primary Care Physician (PCP)? for Parents

    PCPs are health care providers that offer routine checkups, vaccines, and non-emergency medical care. Learn more about PCPs and how to choose a great one.

  • Your Baby's Care Team in the NICU for Parents

    If your baby is getting medical care in you NICU, find out who will be caring for your baby and how they can help.

  • Breastfeeding FAQs: Out and About for Parents

    Here are answers to some common questions about going out in public as a breastfeeding mom - from how to do it discreetly to taming sneaky leaks.