A 42-year-old member asked:
can primary ammenorhea affect fertility?
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Fertility Medicine 33 years experience
Yes: A women who has amenorrhea has no periods, and in most cases does not ovulate or lacks the ability to respond to reproductive hormones. Some causes for infertility from primary amenorrhea are treatable and others are not.
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Last updated Jan 18, 2014
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