polymenorrhea

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polymenorrhea

[¦päl·i‚men·ə′rē·ə]
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Menstrual disorder is an important health problem among females during their reproductive age.
We found a strong positive association between HOMA-IR and BMI, WC, menstrual disorder, FPG, FSI, FT, hs-CRP, while the association between HOMA-IR and VD was significantly negative (Table 4).
In the adolescent population, girls more commonly suffer some type of menstrual disorder, specifically dysmenorrhea (painful periods) or irregular menstruation.
In regression analysis, factors associated with laparoscopic surgery compared with abdominal surgery were younger age, white race, an indication of prolapse, menstrual disorder or endometriosis, living in an urban area, having a high income, having private insurance, and living in the Western United States.
9 Patient with PCOS typically have menstrual disorder, obesity, hirsutism and often acne.
However, we recommend that any future study should use a better method to identify cases of low energy availability and subclinical menstrual disorder to find the high risk of athletes earlier.
5p95) Menstrual disorder is the only female reproductive condition that chiropractors see more than rarely.
The type of menstrual disorder when coupled to the women's age can give important signals as to the likely problem.
Menstrual disorder and LH/FSH ratio were the most important predictors of PCOS in women with acne.
The Menstrual Disorder of Teenagers (MDOT) Study: determining typical menstrual patterns and menstrual disturbances in a large population-based study of Australian teenagers.
Every adolescent patient with a menstrual disorder, therefore, should be checked for height and weight as well as pulse, blood pressure, temperature, and cardiac rhythm.
2 Total 1000 100 Table 4: Menstrual disorders/Problems among study population Menstrual Disorder No.