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Amenorrhea is a condition not menstruating or menstruating in women. It is called amenorrhea if it is not menstruating for 3 consecutive or more cycles, and if up to 15 years has never experienced menstruation.

In addition to not menstruating, there are some signs and symptoms that may arise accompanying the condition of amenorrhea, such as hair loss, headache, pelvic pain, the appearance of acne, visions change, and the growth of fine hairs on the face.

Various Causes of Amenorrhea

Amenorrhea is divided into two primary and secondary amenorrhea. In primary amenorrhea, young women never get menstruation despite entering puberty that is around the age of 15-16 years.

Primary amenorrhea can be affected by several factors, including hereditary factors and the presence of genetic defects that affect ovarian function and menstrual cycle, as in Turner's syndrome. Weight loss is too thin, often associated with a lack of nutrient intake, which can cause hormonal changes and affect the occurrence of primary amenorrhea.

Meanwhile, secondary amenorrhea is generally more due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, and entering menopause. Other conditions that also allow a person to experience secondary amenorrhea include:

Unbalanced hormones

Hormone imbalance is one of the most common causes of amenorrhea. This imbalance can be caused by various things, ranging from the presence of tumors in the pituitary gland (pituitary), low estrogen levels, high testosterone levels (hyperandrogenism), and overactive thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism).

Certain medical conditions

Certain medical conditions that cause a woman to undergo treatment such as chemotherapy, antipsychotic medication, anti depressant, high blood pressure medication or allergy medication may cause amenorrhea.

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Using hormonal contraceptives

Consumption of the contraceptive pill may cause a person not to have menstruation. Not only in pill form, intronic or implanted hormonal contraceptives can also cause amenorrhea. Therefore, consult a physician about the contraceptive that suits you best. The body also needs time to re-adjust and balance hormones in the body when stopped using hormonal contraceptives, so that amenorrhea can occur before menstruation back to normal.

Experiencing stress

Stress can cause interference with the hypothalamus, the part of the brain that regulates the regulation of reproductive hormones. If this happens, then ovulation and menstruation may stop so that it may be the cause of the amenorrhea experienced.

Excessive sports habits

Excessive exercise can have an effect on your menstrual cycle. In athletes, the possibility of amenorrhea due to excessive exercise activity may occur. This is related to low levels of fat in the body and high levels of beta hormone endorphin and catecholamines that affect the work of hormones estrogen and progesterone in the body, where the two hormones are closely related to menstruation.

It is important to find out first the cause of amenorrhea. Therefore, doctors will provide treatment to overcome amenorrhea suffered based on the cause. If amenorrhea is caused due to lifestyle, lifestyle changes can be done so that menstruation can return smoothly. However, if there are other underlying conditions, it will be given appropriate treatment to overcome these conditions, so that menstruation back to normal.

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