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causes of amenorrhea

A: Hello,First of all pregnancy needs to be ruled out. I would advise you to get a serum HCG and a urine test forpregnancy done at home.If pregnancy is ruled out,then other causes like stress and anxiety, malnutrition,depression, overexercising, sudden weight loss or gain (obesity),thyroid disorders, hormonal imbalance due topolycystic ovarian syndrome(PCOS) and tumors of the ovaries and brain need to be probed. Hope it helps.Takecare and regards....


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What Are the Common causes of an Absence of Menstruation?

A: The most common cause for the absence of menstruation, known medically as amenorrhea, is pregnancy. Other physical reasons a woman of reproductive age may miss her period are illness, weight loss, and weight gain. Contraceptives that introduce artificial hormones to the body, such as birth control pills, patches, and shots, can cause an absence of menstruation. A woman’s psychological state, especially extreme stress, can sometimes explain an absence of menstruation.. Menstruation occurs when the lining of the uterus is shed each month. This lining develops after ovulation to receive a fertilized egg. When pregnancy occurs, the lining remains...


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causes and prevention of amenorrhea.treatment

A: Hi, amenorrhea can be primary or secondary. Secondary amenorrhea is more common than primary amenorrhea. And thismay be due to pregnancy, contraceptives, breast-feeding, stress, medications, hormonal imbalance, low bodyweight, thyroid malfunction and gynecological issues. Treatment will depend on the underlying cause. A visitto a gynecologist for some tests and physical examination will help. Take care and best regards....


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causes of and treatment for amenorrhea

A: Given the data you reported (birth control until 11 may, no menstrual period since May, and negative birth control test), it is possible that you might be experiencing amenorrhea. amenorrhea is a condition in which there is a complete absence of a menstrual period. There are many possible causes for amenorrhea including: anovulation, pregnancy, premature menopause, or menopause. Changes in the normal sex hormone production pattern due to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or hypothalamic-pituitary dysfunction might be responsible for amenorrhea. Other hormone production irregularities like hyperprolactinemia (elevated prolactin levels in the...
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What is the cause of Coeliac Disease?

A: Celiac disease, also known as celiac sprue or gluten-sensitive enteropathy, is a chronic disease of the digestive tract that interferes with the digestion and absorption of food nutrients. People with celiac sprue cannot tolerate gliadin, the alcohol-soluble fraction of gluten. Gluten is a protein commonly found in wheat, rye, and barley. Most patients with celiac disease tolerate oats, but they should be monitored closely. When people with celiac sprue ingest gliadin, the mucosa of their intestines is damaged by an immunologically mediated inflammatory response, resulting in maldigestion and malabsorption. Patients with celiac disease can present with failure to thrive and diarrhea (the...


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causes of primary amenorrhea?

A: Pregnancy....
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What are the causes of fibrocystic breast disease?

A: Fibrocystic breast disease (FBD) is apparently the result of an increased estrogen-to progesterone ratio. However, other hormones also play important roles. For example, the changes within the breast in FBD may be due to the hormone prolactin. Typically, significantly elevated levels of prolactin are found in women with FBD. The levels are higher than normal, but not so high as to cause loss of menstruation (amenorrhea). The increase in prolactin is thought to be the result of higher estrogen levels....


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What Is the Most Common amenorrhea Treatment?

A: amenorrhea is the clinical term that refers to the absence of menstrual periods. There are two types of amenorrhea: primary and secondary. Primary amenorrhea is the body’s failure to produce a menstrual period by the age of 16. Secondary amenorrhea is the absence of a regular menstrual period in a woman who has previously had normal menstrual cycles. amenorrhea treatment can include reducing stress, oral contraceptives, and herbal remedies. In girls who are suffering from primary amenorrhea, the body is not producing enough hormones to start...


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How can I know if I have amenorrhea?

A: If you miss your period, contact your health care provider. First, he or she will want to know if your period has stopped because of a normal condition such as pregnancy or menopause. (Most women go through menopause in their early 50s.) You will be given a physical and pelvic exam, and will be asked about your medical history. You will also be asked to describe your symptoms. A sample of blood and urine may be taken for testing. In some cases, finding the cause of amenorrhea can be difficult. You can help your health care provider by keeping a record of changes in your menstrual cycle. Note how long your periods last and when you had your last period. Also, report...


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Irregulerities or stopage of periods

A: Hello. Pregnancy is not the only cause for stoppage of periods. There are many medical conditions which mayresult in stoppage of periods or amenorrhea. If you are very obese or having some kind of anxiety or lostweight suddenly, your periods may stop. Thyroid dysfunction, polycystic ovarian disease, tuberculosis, anemia,intake of some medicines are other causes of amenorrhea. Consult a doctor very soon who will do some bloodtests & ultrasonography on you to reach the exact diagnosis. All the above conditions are treatable, so dono worry. Take care....


 
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