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What is Amenorrhea?

Description of the disease

Amenorrhea is the absence of menstruation in a woman of reproductive age for 6 months or more. It can be classified as primary (when menstruation does not begin after the age of 16) or secondary (when menstruation stops after it has already started).


  • Primary amenorrhea
  • Secondary amenorrhea


  • Absence of menstruation
  • Weight changes
  • Hair changes
  • Lower abdominal pain


  • Stress
  • Nutrition
  • Genital diseases


Various studies, including hormone analysis, ultrasound, and other methods, are carried out to diagnose amenorrhea.


Treatment depends on the cause of amenorrhea and may include medication, dietary correction, physical activity, and psychotherapy.


Prevention of amenorrhea includes a healthy lifestyle, balanced nutrition, regular physical activity, and stress management.


A gynecologist is involved in the diagnosis and treatment of amenorrhea.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.