Solutions For Women Who Never Menstruate?
Hi, dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah r nThank you for replying r nI always check with the spog doctor, I like the ultrasound, I’ve checked the laboratory, the doctor doesn’t say anything, just says it’s good r nI want to tell you the solution for My husband is in high school but the doctor who checked me said he couldn’t and there was no way, so I was confused
Have you never had your period at all or had your period before then stopped having your period? If you have never had your period before, this condition is called primary amenorrhea. The causes of primary amenorrhea have been explained by our colleagues in your previous question at THIS link.
Regarding the possibility of becoming pregnant, of course, you must first ascertain the cause of the primary amenorrhea that you are experiencing. In some conditions, doctors can provide treatment to treat primary amenorrhea and then plan a pregnancy program that is right for you.
Conditions that can be corrected include imperforate hymen (the hymen does not have a hole at all so menstrual blood cannot come out), cervical atresia, hormonal disorders, and several other conditions. Treatment that can be given is by drugs, hormonal therapy, and surgery. But there are also conditions that are difficult to treat, such as not having a uterus or disorders of the formation of the uterus and vagina. The condition of not having a uterus can be caused by congenital abnormalities or because the uterus has been removed. Indeed, there is currently a discourse on uterine grafting but it is still very rare.
For now, the best step you can take is to consult an obstetrician or you can go directly to a subspecialist / reproductive endocrinologist fertility consultant (SpOG-KFER) who is more expert in the field of fertility. If you are not satisfied, you can seek a second opinion with another obstetrician.
The doctor will perform a series of examinations, and it is very likely that not only an ultrasound will be performed. The doctor may perform an ultrasound examination, hormone tests, hysteroscopy, and other additional examinations needed according to the results of previous examinations such as CT scans and MRI.
From the results of the examination, the doctor will draw conclusions about your condition and provide treatment options that can be done, both handling complaints and a pregnant program that can be undertaken. Keep up the spirit, pray, and don't give up.
The following articles are related to the topic of your question:
Deformity of a woman's uterus
Pregnancy program steps
Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y