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Can estradiol be used for treatment of oligomenorrhea?If yes, what is the dosage and duration of treatment.If no, then what is the alternative.
If a female is having low sex drive and oligomenorrhea, what will be the possible treatment.Plz help?
Hormonal imbalance: You hormones are getting out of balance. Some herbs may have phytoestrogens and other compounds that may affect hormones. Check your hormones. ...Read more
Would birth control pills like Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) treat oligomenorrhea even after you stop taking them ? And for how long do you take them as a treatment pls?
Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol): I suggest you see an OB if you want to treat oligomenorrhea, but hormones and naturopathic remedies can help as well . The BCP effects are not there unless they are taken regularly, and are the current main treatment to keep periods regular. If you have PCOS you need to see a Gyne-Endo to treat your problem effectively ...Read more
I had oligomenorrhea(2012-2014) cycles 36-77 can this change to polymenorrhea?(from july 2014 my cycles varied from 20-25 days)this month 14 days
What causes oligomenorrhea? I have had clinical checks for ypotheroidism and gynecological checks (ultrasound).Everything's ok. So what's the problem?
Do cycles longer than 35 days mean you have oligomenorrhea if they are regular? Can this affect the ability to conceive?
Not a problem.: Some women have a 35 day cycle as their natural, normal cycle. 28 days is perhaps an average, but the range can be every 3-5 weeks. Since they are your regular cycle, this is not oligomenorrhea. You will ovulate less frequently than other women who cycle 28 days; ovulation occurs mid-cycle, in your case around day 18. ...Read more
Im23y virgin I have milky discharge from nipples with oligomenorrhea I had take contraceptive+metformine for 2y for suspected pcos stop it before 6m
Need Full Evaluation: The assumption first is a problem with prolactin, the milk hormone. A fertility specialist can helps sort the hormonal issues out, as you may not actually have pcos. Although some women with pcos have a mildly elevated prolactin, it usually is not high enough to cause symptoms. It would be helpful to take a step back and actually do more testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Irregular periods, oligomenorrhea, no hirsutism, acne, normal hormone profile. What could be the cause?
Ovulatory disorder: You probably do not have pcos but with irregular periods you have some form of ovulatory dysfunction; probably hypothalamic pituitary dysfunction. With a normal hormone profile you do not have anything to worry about but i will be harder to get pregnant and probably will need fertility medications to induce regular ovulatory cycling. ...Read more