amenorrheic


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Synonyms for amenorrheic

related to the suppression of normal menstrual flow for any reason other than pregnancy

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Women who were amenorrheic were classified according to the intention status of their last birth.
Subjects were excluded from the study if they were pregnant, hypertensive (systolic > 160 mmHg and diastolic > 90 mmHg), on birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy, smokers, oligomenorrheic or amenorrheic.
All women with hypothalamic amenorrhea were 90%-110% of ideal body weight; amenorrheic for at least 3 months; had normal FSH, prolactin, testosterone, and free testosterone levels; an LH-to-FSH ratio of less than 2.
Amenorrheic athletes seem to be more prone to musculoskeletal injuries (e.
Bone density has been found to be decreased 22 to 29% in young amenorrheic women compared with age-matched controls.
Other causes for absence of menstruation should also be documented and include the date of hysterectomy without or with removal of ovaries, the date of menopause, and whether the woman is amenorrheic because of pregnancy.
Hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroidal function in eumenorrheic and amenorrheic athletes.
It is interesting to note that the rate of infection among amenorrheic (8) women is higher (18 percent) to those using sanitary pads (13 percent).
Women were classified as postmenopausal if they had been amenorrheic for at least the 12 months before inclusion, if they had serum follicle-stimulating hormone concentrations >35 IU/L, and if they were not using estrogen replacement therapy.
They were asked to recall their pre-pregnancy sexual functioning and compare it with their sexual functioning when amenorrheic and nursing, whether or not that was still the case.
Women in six of eight focus groups said that breastfeeding can prevent pregnancy, but most participants thought lactational infertility depends on a woman's physical constitution, rather than on meeting the three criteria of being less than six months postpartum, fully or almost fully breastfeeding, and amenorrheic.
A woman is protected against conception for six months if she is amenorrheic and is breastfeeding exclusively or almost exclusively.
According to one estimate, 40 to 50 percent of female ballet dancers are amenorrheic (do not menstruate), and many are anorexic or bulimic.
A study at Arizona State University treated four amenorrheic athletes by giving them one can a day of GatorPro (a 360 calorie sports supplement drink) and adding one day of rest per week.
Those women who responded to the estrogen therapy, but continued to be amenorrheic, received one applicator of CRINONE 4% gel (45 mg) every other day for a total of 12 days (six doses).