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sweating, numbness in legs/feet, amenorrhea, poor vision

A: I would like to add that I''ve been getting tingling sensation and numbness in my feet and legs recently. I am short in stature. Dear Nalyh: This is certainly an interesting constellation of symptoms. Your symptoms of poor vision within a relatively short time period and amenorrhea are suggestive of a pituitary tumor, but not diagnostic. Are you extremely athletic, by any chance? Females who are very athletic can sometimes experience amenorrhea, as can those with anorexia, but you have a "healthy weight." Assuming that means that your BMI (body mass index) is at least 18 and not more than 25, even extreme athleticism would probably not explain the

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lack of period

A: Hello,What you seem to be having is secondary amenorrhea. Secondary amenorrhea is when a woman who has had normalmenstrual cycles stops getting her monthly period for 3 or more months.causes of secondary amenorrhea includestress and anxiety, malnutrition, depression, overexercising, sudden weight loss or gain (obesity),thyroiddisorders and hormonal imbalance due to polycystic ovarian syndrome(PCOS).Smoking is also associated withsecondary amenorrhea. Sometimes tumors of the ovaries and brain may also cause absence of menstruation.Loesterin can cause absence of periods...


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primary amenorrhea

A: Hi, Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am really glad to help you out. In primary amenorrhoea, the menstrual cycle fails to begin at all. There are several causes for the same and treatment & prognosis depends on the underlying cause. You’ll need to undergo a physical examination and blood tests like thyroid function tests, LH/FSH, prolactin along with other tests like chromosome studies, pelvic ultrasound, laparoscopy etc to look for the cause. The common causes which can be treated by lifestyle modification, medication or surgery are drastic weight reduction, Obesity, Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, chronic illness, Malnutrition, Congenital heart disease, Overactive thyroid, Imperforate hymen & Transverse vaginal septum. The normal size

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Can stress cause a woman to skip her period?

A: Hi my friend , do not get me wrong and I am not joking with you, you now how serious I am ..but for this question I honestly wish I was a woman so I could understand better... but the fact is ..I am a man. Contact you Gynecologist ASAP, this does not sound right. I hope a woman can help by answering this question. All the best, Andres Well, my friend, I would not wish the complications of this on any one... man or woman. Although, sometimes I jokingly say that men should have at least one a year so they would know what we go through. :) Add your Comment depression2yes it can cause your period to be abnormal. I use to have the same problem. Yes sometimes you may not have your period at all. To let you know if you don''t have a period for 3 straight months. I had to...


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Overexercising/Anorexia and amenorrhea

A: At 5"5, you are still underweight. You are on the border of being at a healthy bmi. If you are eating enough and it sounds like you are, then your weight might be too low for your period to return. You should see your doctor and discuss this with him or her because I don"t know your frame size and what"s healthy for YOU. Worse case scenario, you can have your period induced with a prescription pill. You might want to talk to your doctor about that, too, if it comes to that. Hope this helps, Melissa...
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Secondary amenorrhea

A: Hi, first of all don''t panic. Sometimes skipping one or two periods can be as simple as having had a coldor flu. If menses are delayed 3 months or more, you need to see a physician about it. If you are just toouncomfortable you may see physician for medicine (a progesterone type medication to start menses. Rememberthat amenorrhea is often caused by lifestyle and think about how stressful your life is. Try and balance workwith play and get enough rest. All the best....


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my name is sarah, and i was wondering. i haven''t had my period in 2 months and i have done pregent tests and all of them have came up negative.but i still get cramping really bad, but still no period. could u please tell me whats wrong.

A: Natural Cures for  Irregular Menstruation The non-occurrence of menstruation that is either the absence of menarche or the discontinuation of menses is known as amenorrhea. There are different types of amenorrhea and the case that seems to come up here either falls in secondary or erratic (irregular) menstruation. in the former case, secondary amenorrhea is a common occurrence and usually happens due to severe stress, loss or gain of weight, anemia, excessive exercise, stopping the use of contraceptive pills (if taken for a long time) , specific medication that...
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Could risperdal and Yaz cause my period to stop?

A: Risperdal can cause amenorrhea and appears to be associated only by elevated prolactin levels. Once patients were taken off risperdal or dosage was reduced, menstruation restarted. amenorrhea can be a side effect of Yaz. Pregnancy should be ruled out. Contact your doctor about your concerns with your menstrual cycle and use of Yaz and Risperdal. Do not start or stop any medications or treatments without first talking to your doctor. I believe you will find the following links at everydayhealth.com also very helpful for your current situation. http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/risperdal http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/yaz. Jennifer Carey, PharmD...


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Long Term amenorrhea

A: Hello Bethany from the U.S., The problem that you have is more long-term than short term.  The fact that you are not having periods is a sign that your ovaries are not functioning an therefore not ovulating.  Because of that, you are NOT producing the essential female hormones, Estrogen and Progesterone.  Without estrogen, you will be at long term risk for osteoporosis, heart disease, vaginal dryness and shrinkage.  Once these occur, they are not reversible. It is most likely that you have a disorder called "hypogonadotropic hypogonadism" which is a lack of hypothalamic stimulation to produce the hormones that the pituitary produces to stimulate the ovaries.  The thyroid is one of...
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Weight gain causes amenorrhea because...?

A: Rapid weight gain produces a lot of stress on your body. Stress hormones can keep you from ovulating. Or, at least, that''s what I''m assuming is happening. IANAD. Probably not a month-long period, but whenever I missed mine for stress related reasons, it was always accompanied by painful cramps....


 
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