polymenorrhea

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polymenorrhea

[¦päl·i‚men·ə′rē·ə]
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Lumsden MN, McGaviganJ.Menstruation and menstrual disorder. In: Shaw RW, Soutter WP, Stanton SL.
Menstrual disorder is an important health problem among females during their reproductive age.1 Dysmenorrhea is defined as a cramping pain that is located in the lower abdomen.
Menstrual disorder and LH/FSH ratio were the most important predictors of PCOS in women with acne.
Menstrual Disorders in Hypothyroidism Menstrual Disorder 15-24 Years 25-34 Years 35-45 Years Menorrhagia, Polymenorrhoea 4 (8%) 10 (20%) 25 (50%) Amenorrhoea, Hypomenorrhoea 5 (10%) 4 (8%) 2 (4%)
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.
The Menstrual Disorder of Teenagers (MDOT) Study: determining typical menstrual patterns and menstrual disturbances in a large population-based study of Australian teenagers.
of Girls % Scanty flow<2 days 12 1.2 Moderate flow 978 97.8 Moderate flow with clots 6 0.6 Profuse flow 2 0.2 Total 1000 100 Table 4: Menstrual disorders/Problems among study population Menstrual Disorder No.
To determine presence of polycystic ovarian syndrome in adolescent with menstrual disorder.
In the case of lack of secretion of thyroid hormone as in the deficiency of the gland, the symptoms are adverse where the patient suffers from inactivity, weight increase, fatigue, hair loss and menstrual disorder in women.
Epidemiology of menstrual disorder in developing countries: a systematic review.
Any report of a menstrual disorder in an individual younger than 21 years of age merits a pelvic exam, following American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) indications [6].
This is consistent with study of Muzaffar M et al that reported menstrual disorder was most common, i.e.