Amenorrhea is the absence of menstruation. When a girl reaches age sixteen and has not begun menstruating, she may have primary amenorrhea. When a woman who has had menstrual cycles misses three periods in a row, she is considered to have secondary amenorrhea. A hormone balance can cause hypoestrogenemic amenorrhea.What are the symptoms of amenorrhea?
Symptoms sometimes related to primary amenorrhea include headaches; abnormal blood pressure; vision problems; acne;and excessive hair growth.
Symptoms sometimes related to secondary amenorrhea include nausea, swollen breasts, headaches, vision problems, unusual thirst, goiter (an enlarged thyroid gland), skin darkening, extreme weight loss, alcoholism, liver disease, and kidney failure. Hot flashes, mood changes, depression, and vaginal dryness are also common with estrogen deficiency.
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