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Absence of Menstruation and Benefits

If you are a woman, your ovaries, hypothalamus, uterus and pituitary gland must all be functioning like they should in order for you to have regular menstrual cycles. Your hypothalamus stimulates your pituitary gland to release FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone).

These two hormones cause your ovaries to produce the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Estrogen and progesterone enable the cyclical changes that develop in your endometrium (uterine lining), which includes menstruation.

In addition to this, your genital tract has to be free of any abnormalities. This is so that menstrual blood will be permitted to flow out of your body.


What is Abensce of Menstruation?

Absence of menstruation is the condition in which a woman does not have menstrual periods. Absence of menstruation is classified in two different ways:

Absence of menstruation is known by several other names. It is also called absence of periods, no periods, absent periods, absent menses and amenorrhea.

It is well to understand that absence of menstruation is not a disorder or disease. Absence of menstruation is a sign or symptom of an underlying disease or disorder that is causing it to take place. In fact, it may be one of the primary signs or symptoms of the underlying disease or disorder.


Test and Procedures for Absence of menstruation

Absence of menstruation is something that is very obvious to an adolescent girl or woman. However, determining what the underlying cause of absence of menstruation is will probably be something that may take time and involve several diagnostic tests and procedures, in addition to a physical exam. Some of these may include:


Risk Factors with absence of menstruation

There are some risk factors that may increase your likelihood of having absence of menstruation. Some of these are:

Even though absence of menstruation is a sign or symptom and not a disease, there are other signs and symptoms that you may experience. These are determined by whatever the underlying cause of your absence of menstruation is. Some of these may include:


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