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Any Home Remedies For Secondary Amenorrhea
Depends: There are many causes of secondary amenorrhea. Some of the causes can be serious such as a pituitary disorder so you should have a good medical evaluation before trying a home remedy. If that is negative, you are not pregnant and not postmenopausal, stress is the most common cause of secondary amenorrhea. Thus things like yoga, tai chi, meditation, counseling, etc. Would be helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thanks for asking!: Hypothalamic and pituitary disorders have low levels of gonadotropin and estrogen.Hgh has not been indicated for treatment of secondary amenorrhea. In cases of turner's syndrome where recombinent hgh along with estrogen is used as part of standard treatment but not for amenorrhea per say. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Primary amenorrhea.Have any treatment to get pregnancy.Have done laporoscopy.Dnormas discj.Primary amenorrhea2 mullerian dysgenosis?
Possible by IVF: Normal pregnancy is possible if no uterine abnormality with hormonal manipulation ( administration) where ovulation is absent , if tubes are absent , has normal uterus is possible , you need fertility expert , to make you ovulate , harvest , and by ivf . Speak to your doctor, good luck. ...Read more
What can cause primary amenorrhea in 16 year old? Genetic testing normal. Some breast budding. Has crohn's. Starting treatment with estrogen patches.
What is cause?: To decide on a remedy, you must first know the cause. If the cause is stress or weight loss, you may be able to change your behavior to start menstruating again, but if it is thyroid disease, high prolactin, pregnancy, premature menopause or pco, it would be best to see a doctor to guide you through the diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
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