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Hyperthyroidism And Effect On Menstrual Cycle
How does hyperthyroidism affect a woman entering menopause, who still has a regular menstrual cycle?
The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more
I performed two pregnancy test. Results were negative. But i still didn't get menses. Last mense date was 2nd feb. I have hyperthyroidism. Reason for delay?
May be thyroid: Hyperthyroidism can definitely affect fertility, ovulation, and menses frequency, duration, and flow. But if you've had the hyperthyroidism since February, and still aren't having periods, it may be time to look a little deeper. I would hope that your hyperthyroidism would have been treated and showing some response to treatment in 5 months. If so, the periods should become more regular soon. ...Read more
I have low TSH 0.05 and FSH 72, don't have menses for 4 months, 48yrs old, frequent heart racing, shortness of breath. Do I have hyperthyroid?
Probably: It sure sounds like it, both the lab tests and the symptoms ...Read more
What are after effects of external haemorrhage. Can heavy blood loss can have any effect on menstrual cycle?
Many things: Pregnancy, weight change, stress, fibroids, cysts, endometiosis, abnormal hormones, other medicines u are on, other medcial conditions you may have, birth control, this? Is way too generalized if u are worried about your cycle see your gyn or a freinds gyn if u do not have one for a workup. ...Read more
Menstrual cycle: A typical cycles lasts 28 days from day 1 of a menstrual period to the day before the next menstrual period. In a 28-day cycle, ovulation occurs at 28 – 14 = 14, day 14. In a 30-day cycle, ovulation is on day 30 – 14 - 16. In a 26-day cycle, ovulation is on day 26 – 14 = 12. Male sperm survives for around 4 – 5 days. After ovulation, the female egg vanishes within 24 hours. ...Read more
Menstrual cycle: I common misunderstanding is that menstrual cycle refers only to bleeding when in fact it is from the first day of bleeding to the next first day of bleeding and ranges in length from 21-32 days. The "period" is the time of bleeding and can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, cramping, abdominal bloating, headache, to name a few symptoms. ...Read more
24 - 32 days: Gynecological textbooks say that cycles between 24 and 32 days are normal. The count starts on the day a woman starts her period, which can be just slight spotting, before normal flow sets in and stops the day before the next period starts. Ovulation is length of cycle minus 14 days. The second half of the cycle after ovulations needs to last for 2 weeks. ...Read more
Yes: If there are no reasons why you can't take birth control pills (smoker, a history of blood clots, etc), some pills can actually stop you from having periods. Many birth control pills may be taken in a way (by skipping the last week of inactive pills) to delay a period. If your current cycle is extremely heavy, very high doses of either estrogen or birth control pills can usually stop it. ...Read more
Menstrual cycle: In a regular menstrual cycle, it takes 10 – 12 days for the follicle to grow big enough, 24 – 48 hours after a lh surge to ovulate, and, if the egg isn't fertilized, you will typically have your menstrual cycle 12 – 14 days after ovulation. In women with irregular cycles it's hard to predict when this occurs. ...Read more
Your hormones: Decrease and you shed the lining of the uterus which is the endometrium. ...Read more
See Ob/Gyn: That is not normal. See your doctor. ...Read more
A range of normal: A menstrual cycle is the time from the start of one menses to the next. It can vary from 21 to 35 days, but most women are around 28-30 days. The menses itself usually lasts 3-5 days, but up to 7 is normal. It doesn't have to be exactly the same number of days each month, but if you are having a wide range of cycle days or bleeding between, you may have some issue with ovulation (egg production. ...Read more
Bleeding: It's hard to tell why without further history and physical, but if you've not seen a doc yet, you should to get what I suggested in the beginning and get appropriate treatment for that. ...Read more
Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more
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