Irregular Menstruation For A Long Period Of Time?
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Menstrual cycle disorders with symptoms of no menstruation for 3 months or more in a row are called amenorrhoea. If amenorrhoea is experienced by a woman who has previously menstruated but then hasn't menstruated yet, this condition is called secondary amenorrhoea. The cause can be physiological processes (for example: early puberty, pregnancy, breastfeeding, after menopause) or certain disorders / diseases. Some possible disorders / diseases that can cause secondary amenorrhoea include:
Nutrition problems (malnutrition), for example: malnutrition, obesity
Hormonal problems, for example: side effects of hormonal contraception, disruption to the regulation of hormone production by the organs involved
Metabolic problems, for example: diabetes mellitus
Organic problems, for example: tumors or inflammation of the reproductive organs
Psychological problems, for example: emotional stress, psychotics, anorexia nervosa
We advise you to check directly with your obstetrician and gynecologist so that you can be evaluated and handled appropriately. The doctor needs to take a more complete history of the history of your illness, followed by a physical examination and (if indicated) supporting examinations, for example: ultrasonography (USG) of the womb and blood tests.
As a recommendation, you are advised to get adequate rest, consume balanced nutritious food regularly, exercise regularly, and manage stress well. To enrich insight, you can read articles about amenorrhoea. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.