Outcomes of gynecologic and endocrinologic disorders among 0-20 years girls in Baku ( Azerbaijan) Zarkhanim M., Leila M. Study Objective: The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of different gynecological&endocrinological problems in pediatric and young adolescent girls attending outpatient department . Methods: Descriptive study using all archived materials PARTICIPANTS, INTERVENTIONS, AND MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: One hundred sixty women aged 0-20 years consecutively referred to a Scientific-Research İnstitute of Obstetrics and Gynecology,in Azerbaijan, between March ,2017 and December,2017 with a complaints of different gynecologic and endocrinologic disorders. No interventions were done. All archived materials of patients were used to collect data Results: A total of 160 data were analyzed. Mean age at menarche was 12.3 ± 1.5 years. The most frequent diagnosed diseases were: Oligomenorrhea was reported by 16 patients (10%) and Dysmenorrhea 9 patients(5.6%).Vulvitis,Vulvovaginitis-40 patients ( 25%) ,Labial synechiae was noted in 12 (7.5%), Onanism-7 (4,37%). PCOS-12 (7,5%), Insuline resistance-5 (3,12%), Dysfunctional uterine bleeding in puberty&anemia- by 16 (10%), Amenorea was reported in 8 patients (5%). Premenstrual syndrome was mentioned by 15 girls (9.3%). CONCLUSION: Our results are not greatly different from those in other parts of the world. Data on nature and prevalence of gynecologic disorders and their effect on young women's health status, quality of life, and social integration suggest that management of these disorders should be given more attention within the available reproductive health care programs.