hypomenorrhea


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hypomenorrhea

[¦hī·pō‚men·ə′rē·ə]
(medicine)
A deficient amount of menstrual flow at the regular period.
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hypomenorrhea in 21 patients and amenorrhea in nine patients) [Table 1].
Gastrointestinal upset had been the most frequent side effect (reported frequency ~5%) followed by hypomenorrhea (reported frequency ~3.
Menstrual irregularities refer to any kind of changes occurring in amount or duration of bleeding in normal menstrual cycle which includes menorrhagia (menstruation >7 days), hypomenorrhea (menstruation <3 days), polymenorrhea (menstrual interval <21 days), oligomenorrhea (menstrual interval >35 days), dysmenorrhea (severe abdominal pain and unable to carry out daily routine activities), metrorrhagia (spotting between menstrual cycle), and amenorrhea (menstrual interval >3 months).
ORs for hypomenorrhea and menorrhagia were also calculated in multinomial logistic regression model using normal volume as the control.
The importance of amenorrhea in reducing the postoperative recurrence of endometriosis and symptoms has been underscored by two important studies that evaluated the role of postoperative endometrial ablation or postoperative insertion of the levonorgestrel intrauterine system (LNG-IUS; Mirena), neither of which suppresses ovulation but both of which induce a state of hypomenorrhea or amenorrhea.
9% of the students had oligomennorhea, 10% had hypomenorrhea and 6.
Prospective analysis of this 65-patient Caucasian cohort showed an amenorrhea rate of 69%, a hypomenorrhea rate of 20%, and an eumenorrhea rate of 6%.
At 3 months, bilateral occlusion was confirmed in 89% of cases, and amenorrhea, hypomenorrhea, and eumenorrhea rates were 47.
A total of 28 women (31%) experienced hypomenorrhea, 10 (11%) experienced eumenorrhea, and 8 (9%) experienced failure of the procedure, meaning that they still had menorraghia.
Among patients who avoided hysterectomy 47% reported amenorrhea (some due to menopause), 30% reported hypomenorrhea, and 14% reported eumenorrhea after the thermal global ablation.
4%) of 171 hypothyroid women had irregular cycles, of those 17 had oligomenorrhea, 6 had hypomenorrhea, 5 had amenorrhea and 12 had hypermenorrhea/menorrhagia.
However, at 2 years of follow-up, the rate of hypomenorrhea was 52% in the coag group and 32% in the cut group, a difference that was not statistically significant.