Another medical problem where practitioners are part of the problem--
Endometriosis Is Often Ignored in Teenage Girls - NYTimes.com: "“Many times, we hear that girls are told they’re too young to have the disease, they’re trying to get out of school, or that they’re exaggerating. Add the misconception that pain with menstruation is normal, and you get a bundle of confusion. And not the least, most gynecologists are uncomfortable treating adolescent gynecological problems, and pediatricians don’t.”" (read more at the link above)
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