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Im Still Young But I Have Amenorhea What Will Do
Hard to say: Primary amenorrhea is a simple term meaning you have never had a period.It does not provide a clue as to why. It is suggestive of various abnormalities of the female reproductive system that may include lack of a womb. If you have ovaries and no womb, you might be able to have a baby using assisted reproduction and a surragate. ...Read more
How to treat young woman /26years old/ with osteoporosis and primary amenorhea. It is impossible to treat with hormonal therapy . Thanks.?
Amenorrhea?: Try to see u pcp for evaluation and work up and see what he recommend. ...Read more
27f secondary amenorrhea, didn't have a period for a year- got it 16 days ago and still bleeding! Can it be considered normal or should I visit Dr?
How do u know if u have post pill amenorrhea? Can u still get pregnant during this time? Can a doc give you anything to help? Is it caused by stress?
Post-pil amenorrhea?: This means having no periods for a while - like months to over a year - after stopping bc pills. Women who had irregular periods before starting the pills are at greatest risk. You can get pregnant during the time of amenorrhea (no periods) if you ovulate and have unprotected sex. So be sure to use a "barrier method, " foam & condoms, etc., to protect yourself. Stress induced? Don't know. Good luck. ...Read more
+opk 11 days ago; postpartum 7mths, still in amenorrhea, no longer breastfeeding. Is it a false +ve?
Probably not false +: Most ovulation prediction kits (opk's) fairly accurately detect leutinizing hormone (lh) surges, which occur just before ovulation. While it is possible to have a positive opk from an LH surge and then not ovulate, it's more likely that the detected LH surge was followed by real ovulation. The first day of the menstrual period should be 14-16 days after a positive opk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If only PCOS symptoms are a little excess hair, secondary amenorrhea, and elevated liver functions, can diagnosis still be PCOS?
PCOS: Most experts (not all) agree that pcos is diagnosed based on 1) irregular/skipped periods, 2) ultrasound appearance, 3) elevated blood androgen levels. The reason it's called a syndrome is because not all patients have exactly the same symptoms. Hair is not a diagnostic criterion for PCOS, nor are liver function tests. ...Read more
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