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Words related to oligomenorrhea

abnormally light or infrequent menstruation

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Since 1998 numerous studies have been published which investigated the potential for MI and DCI to alleviate the main physiological imbalances of PCOS: infrequent ovulation, oligomenorrhea, elevated androgens, and hyperinsulinemia, a manifestation of InsR.
Oligomenorrhea in ITM has been more frequently reported as "Ehtebas tams" and has three main etiological factors [8,9].
This suggests that oligomenorrhea is also likely to be a polycystic ovarian syndrome or metabolic syndrome symptom in athletic women, as opposed to an exercise-induced trait per se.
Menstrual disruption typically manifests in PCOS, ranging from oligomenorrhea to amenorrhea.
In our patient, although she had been admitted to the other hospital with non-specific complaints, obtaining a detailed history and physical examination gave us a record of oligomenorrhea, infertility, facial plethora, moon-face, supraclavicular fullness, central obesity, and purple striae on her abdomen, shoulder, and thighs, in addition to frontal balding and acne.
In adult women, it is important to include amenorrhea, anovulation, oligomenorrhea, and infertility in your differential diagnosis.
A prospective observational study of 229 patients compared 111 adolescents with oligomenorrhea and 118 with secondary amenorrhea.
But they may have other types of menstrual dysfunction, including oligomenorrhea, anovulation, and luteal phase deficiency, which also affects their bones.
The wide spectrum of symptoms includes weight loss, heat intolerance, fatigue, weakness, palpitations, dyspnea on exertion, stridor secondary to tracheal compression, hoarseness, chest pain, dysphagia, oligomenorrhea, hair loss or a change in hair texture, a gritty sensation in the eyes, proptosis, conjunctivitis, memory loss, poor attention span, emotional lability, muscle weakness, and irritability or agitation.
In women with oligomenorrhea or amenorrhea, after establishing the etiology, it is necessary to maintain adequate estrogen to support bone health.
Oligomenorrhea or amenorrhea is the primary symptom in women.
Women with PCOS usually have oligomenorrhea (eight or fewer periods per year) or amenorrhea (absence of periods for extended periods).
1) One third of the patients present with hyperandrogenic symptoms, such as oligomenorrhea, amenorrhea, loss of female secondary sex characteristics, hirsutism, and other signs of virilization.
2], who fulfilled the NIH criteria for PCOS (amenorrhea or oligomenorrhea and had clinical or laboratory evidence of hyperandrogenism in the absence of any confounding pathology) served as subjects (14).