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What is the immediate cause of Amenorrhea? - Times of India (blog)



What is the immediate cause of Amenorrhea? 
Times of India (blog)
Nowadays, due to modern lifestyle people's life is changing. In females these conditions can lead to amenorrhea. This is characterized by absence of menstrual cycle, can be due to hormonal imbalances or some medical problems. It occurs in females ...

 


Why girls are having their first periods at a much younger age of eight or nine years - TheHealthSite



TheHealthSite
 
Why girls are having their first periods at a much younger age of eight or nine years 
TheHealthSite
But some girls might face amenorrhea for more than three months or 90 days due to hormonal imbalances. When should parents seek expert opinion regarding their girl's menstrual problem? Consulting a doctor becomes essential if periods are irregular for ...

 


Adjuvant Therapy for ER+/HER2+ Breast Cancer - OncLive



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Adjuvant Therapy for ER+/HER2+ Breast Cancer 
OncLive
And there's a very important, I think, poster here at ESMO by the Lambertini Group. They looked at the importance of treatment-induced amenorrhea in the HER2-positive ER-positive premenopausal group, and it was with chemotherapy and trastuzumab.

 


From health to obsession: When clean eating goes too far - Kentwired



Kentwired
 
From health to obsession: When clean eating goes too far 
Kentwired
When Lavanty went to the doctor for her amenorrhea, which is one or more missed menstrual periods, she was referred to a dietitian. This confused her because she thought her diet was perfect. After filling out a three-day food log, the dietitian was ...

 


Allergan (AGN) Presented New Phase 3 Data of UPA in Women with ... - StreetInsider.com



Allergan (AGN) Presented New Phase 3 Data of UPA in Women with ... 
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Skinny in 20s, Earlier Menopause Later? - U.S. News & World Report



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Skinny in 20s, Earlier Menopause Later? 
U.S. News & World Report
Some underweight women, for example, stop getting their periods altogether, in what's called amenorrhea -- though it's not clear if that would contribute to early menopause. One theory, Szegda said, is that some underweight women may have been small at ...
Being underweight may trigger early menopause Medical News Today

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Amenorrhea: What is it, what causes it and when is it time to see a ... - Mother Nature Network (blog)



Mother Nature Network (blog)
 
Amenorrhea: What is it, what causes it and when is it time to see a ... 
Mother Nature Network (blog)
Why worry about a few missed periods? Because amenorrhea could indicate bigger issues with your health.

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7 Physical Signs Your Body Is Producing More Testosterone Than Average - Bustle



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7 Physical Signs Your Body Is Producing More Testosterone Than Average 
Bustle
Any extra amount of testosterone "will disrupt normal hormonal patterns of the menstrual cycle, resulting in anovulation and period irregularities," says Zahn. "Most commonly women will have amenorrhea (loss of periods) or oligomenorrhea (infrequent ...

 


You Don't Need to Be Sick to Deserve Birth Control | Teen Vogue - TeenVogue.com



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You Don't Need to Be Sick to Deserve Birth Control | Teen Vogue 
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In this op-ed, author Meghan Racklin explains why you don't need to be sick to deserve birth control. In the days after the Trump administration's announcement ...

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An Open Letter to Runners With Amenorrhea - SELF



SELF
 
An Open Letter to Runners With Amenorrhea 
SELF
"Stop running." That's what they told me. Just like that. Stop running. Stop exercise. Stop all the things I trained for, that I worked so hard to achieve. The doctors told me that if I wanted to get my period again?if I wanted to be able to have ...