What causes amenorrhea?
Amenorrhea is when one or more periods are missed, or an absence of menstruation. Factors that cause amenorrhea include insufficient eating and excessive exercise, pregnancy and breastfeeding, certain medications such as birth control and physical deformities.
What is the solution of primary amenorrhea how can we treat this disease.is there any medicine for this disease.is it cure ablehow much duration cure is there.is it have impact on reproduction.reply.?
Primary amenorrhea is when a girl has not had a first period and is over 15 years old. The girl may have gone through puberty but has not menstruated. The causes for this problem can include birth defects like missing a uterus. Other causes can be a pituitary tumor, anorexia, and deficiencies in nutrition. To treat this condition, a doctor has diagnose the specific cause. Surgery, medication, and radiation therapy are some treatment options.
It can give you osteoporisis. This causes the bones to go brittle and break easily. AN, in women, causes amenorrhea (loss of periods) which means your body is not producing the necessary hormones for health. This directly affects bone density and can lead to osteopenia and eventually, osteoporosis. The many nutrient deficiencies caused by an inadequate diet can also lead to complications in bone health
In many cases amenorrhea does not occur. There are many reasons why this could happen. Maybe the body is used to the conditions in which a normal body does not adapt. For example, someone is at an extremely low weight but they have been at the weight for a long time so they get their period. Also people have different weights where they experience amenorrhea. Someone may have lost weight, but not enough to have…
What term is given to a female athlete who has an eating disorder and develops amenorrhea and osteoporosis?
Amenorrhea is the absence of periods (menstrual bleeding) for more than 6 months. Absence of periods during 2-6 months called oligomenorrhea. Amenorrhea could be primary or secondary. • Primary amenorrhea is the absence of menstrual bleeding and secondary sexual characteristics (for example, breast development and pubic hair) in a girl by age 14 years or the absence of menstrual bleeding with normal development of secondary sexual characteristics in a girl by age 16-17 years. •…