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How Do You Treat secondary amenorrhea?

A: There is no single treatment for secondary amenorrhea. Essentially secondary amenorrhea means that at one time you had regular periods but now you don''t have periods. The most important part of the ''treatment'' of secondary amenorrhea is finding a cause for it: causes range from pregnancy to malignancy. You should go and see a doctor because this is not something that you can treat on your own at home. The doctor will give you something to get things back to normal. Most likely a hormone such as medroxyprogesterone. Decrease amount of...


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What Is secondary amenorrhea?

A: secondary amenorrhea is the cessation of menstrual periods in someone who has previously menstruated. The most common cause of secondary amenorrhea is pregnancy, but there are a number of other potential causes which can be explored as well. Women who experience an abrupt cessation in menstrual periods should definitely consult a gynecologist to get an exam and workup to explore possible reasons for the break in menstruation. Some people define secondary amenorrhea as three months or more without a menstrual period, while others define it as...
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What Are the Common causes of an Absence of Menstruation?

A: The most common cause for the absence of menstruation, known medically as amenorrhea, is pregnancy. Other physical reasons a woman of reproductive age may miss her period are illness, weight loss, and weight gain. Contraceptives that introduce artificial hormones to the body, such as birth control pills, patches, and shots, can cause an absence of menstruation. A woman’s psychological state, especially extreme stress, can sometimes explain an absence of menstruation.. Menstruation occurs when the lining of the uterus is shed each month. This lining develops after ovulation to receive a fertilized egg. When pregnancy occurs, the lining remains...


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How Do You Treat secondary amenorrhea?

A: There is no single treatment for secondary amenorrhea. Essentially secondary amenorrhea means that at one time you had regular periods but now you don''t have periods. The most important part of the ''treatment'' of secondary amenorrhea is finding a cause for it: causes range from pregnancy to malignancy. You should go and see a doctor because this is not something that you can treat on your own at home. The doctor will give you something to get things back to normal. Most likely a hormone such as medroxyprogesterone. Decrease amount of...


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I am suffering from secondary amenorrhea from last 3-months.doctor considered it normal. What should I do?

A: Sign & symptoms of secondary amenorrhea secondary amenorrhea is more common than primary amenorrhea and refers to a sudden untimely temporary or permanent ending of periods. amenorrhea is said to occur only if a woman has missed at least three periods in a row. amenorrhea is indicative of other health conditions like hypothyroidism, obesity, or sudden weight loss. It is necessary to diagnose the cause of this condition in order to treat it. You will therefore be treated for the root cause rather than for this...
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what con i do to get my periods to come back after a few months without one and i am not pregnant they call it secondary amenorrhea

A: secondary amenorrhea is lack of menstrual cycle for more than 6 months in a woman with normal regular menstrual cycle earlier or more than 12 months in a woman with irregular cycle earlier. There could be many reasons for secondary amenorrhea like hormonal changes, certain medications, anorexia nervosa, sudden weight gain or loss, hypothyroidism or Cushing's syndrome. Try the following home remedies along with your medications to trigger menstrual flow - Turmeric and asafetida both are valuable in the treatment of amenorrhea. Include them in the diet while preparing meals, also you can drink turmeric milk and...
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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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I am suffering from secondary amenorrhea. Can I still get pregnent,even if not menstruating?

A: The treatment for your amenorrhea depends on it''s cause.  If the cause was hypothyroidism then once that is treated your amenorrhea will go away.  You need to have more test done to find it''s cause....
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secondary amenorrhea and pregnancy?

A: Hi,Prolonged amenorrhea can lead to infertility and other medical problems such as osteoporosis (thinning of the bones). If the halt in the normal period is caused by stress or illness, periods should begin again when the stress passes or the illness is treated.However, the amenorrhea must be prolonged to a certain extent (ask your doctor) for infertility to occur. amenorrhea does not mean that your period will never return in every instance. if you''re not having periods at all, then you''re not releasing an egg.although I''d advise doing a test if you''re worried, just to make sure....


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What Is the Most Common amenorrhea Treatment?

A: amenorrhea is the clinical term that refers to the absence of menstrual periods. There are two types of amenorrhea: primary and secondary. Primary amenorrhea is the body’s failure to produce a menstrual period by the age of 16. secondary amenorrhea is the absence of a regular menstrual period in a woman who has previously had normal menstrual cycles. amenorrhea treatment can include reducing stress, oral contraceptives, and herbal remedies. In girls who are suffering from primary amenorrhea, the...


 
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