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Since our patient showed very few of the above mentioned complications including amenorrhoea, and went into remission after induction with chemotherapy, she should be enrolled for long term surveillance for regular blood counts with peripheral smears, serum oestrogen and progesteron, U/S abdomen and pelvis, and risk factor reduction strategy should be modeled.
36,37] Endocrinological effects like Amenorrhoea and lactation were seen in amisulpride group and had been seen in previous studies.
Table 1: Signs and Symptoms of Hyperprolactinemia * Gynaecomastia * Galactorrhoea * Infertility * Menstrual irregularities: oligomenorrhoea, amenorrhoea * Sexual dysfunction: decreased libido, impaired arousal, impaired orgasm * Acne and hirsutism in women (due to relative androgen excess compared with low estrogen levels) * Behavioural effects * Decreased bone mineral density (BMD) which may lead to increased risk of osteoporosis.
Since ovulation itself is difficult to identify, the reliable estimate of the end of amenorrhoea is the return of menstruation itself.
Diagnosis of the MRKH patients is usually delayed until adolescence where primary amenorrhoea and / or difficulty in attempting sexual intercourse suggest diagnosis.
Although the sample size of the group with secondary-training amenorrhoea was very small (N = 4), non-parametric Mann-Whitney U-tests were performed to examine possible differences between players with secondary-training amenorrhoea and those without.
The inclusion criteria were: female patients aged 18-42 years having infertility, oligomenorrhoea / amenorrhoea, obesity, hirsutism and ultrasonographic features of PCOS according to Rotterdam criteria.
A 25-year-old primigravid woman with eight months of amenorrhoea presented with history of a fall at home, six hours before admission to the emergency department of our hospital.
A 22 year old female primi gravida, married for two years, presented in the ward with 32 weeks amenorrhoea and right infraumbilical abdominal swelling without any history of prior medical checkup.
On the basis of the NIH meeting in 2003, any two of the three are sufficient to confirm the diagnosis of PCOS: (1) specific morphology of polycystic ovaries in ultrasonogaphy findings, (2) hyperandrogenism (biochemical or clinical), and (3) oligo- or amenorrhoea.