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stephany By On 08/04/2020 at 19:34

In Female Infertility

Having the right body weight is essential for a normal  flow of menstruation. Amenorrhea is a condition in which there is no menstrual cycle, which can be considered  normal or abnormal.

Forms of amenorrhea

  • primary;

  • secondary;

  • false

  • iatrogenic;

  • amenorrhea also has a chronic form called amenorrhea syndrome.

  • Physiological

  • Pathological

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Primary amenorrhea

With primary amenorrhea, menstruation is absent after sixteen years (this means that there has not yet been a monthly uterine bleeding). Often this amenorrhea occurs in adolescents in this form. Primary amenorrhea is often associated with underdevelopment of the pelvic organs.

Secondary amenorrhea  

Secondary amenorrhea is one in which menstruation is absent for three or more months in a woman who previously had a normal menstrual cycle.


  • False amenorrhea

If a woman does not have menstrual bleeding due to some abnormalities in the development of the genitals (lack of a channel in the cervix, infection of the hymen), then there are certain mechanical barriers to the discharge, but normal hormonal fluctuations occur in the body, then this form amenorrhea is called false amenorrhea.


  • Iatrogenic

  Iatrogenic amenorrhea is characterized by the absence of a menstrual cycle due to     medical intervention in the body.


  • Physiological
    before puberty, after menopause and during pregnancy and lactation,


The absence of a menstrual cycle  for six consecutive months before menopause in a woman who previously had regular menstruation is also a condition of pathological amenorrhea called Arthur Aurodh (stopping the menstrual cycle).




Causes of primary amenorrhea:

  • Hormonal imbalance;

  • Ovarian failure with polycystic ovary syndrome

  • Pituitary tumor

  • Impaired endocrine function  affecting puberty, such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism

  • Birth defects, such as transverse dysfunction of the endometrium and abnormalities of the mammary glands.

Causes of secondary amenorrhea:

  • Problems that affect estrogen levels -  weight loss, intense exercise, illness, hormonal imbalance

  • Problems with the pituitary, thyroid, or adrenal glands;

  • Ovarian tumors or surgical removal of the ovaries;

  • Caused by birth control pills.


Causes of amenorrhea associated with dysfunction

  • Excessive consumption of fried foods,

  • An incorrect and stressful lifestyle

  • Excessive exercise  ,

  • inappropriate sexual intercourse (for example, the use of artificial means to achieve an orgasm),  

  • complete lack of motor activity,

  • exposure to too low or too high temperatures are also factors that lead to an imbalance of energy,

Symptoms accompanying the condition of amenorrhea

  • Weight loss (with hyperthyroidism) or weight gain (myxedema or polycystic ovary);

  • Lack of menstruation;

  • Changes in breast size;

  • Secretion of the chest;

  • Abnormal growth of hair and acne on the face (polycystic ovary);

  • Vaginal dryness (associated with wattage);

  • The voice is changing.





  • Initially, it is necessary to analyze the history of the disease and find out the patient’s complaints, namely, whether there were any periods before this, from what point they stopped, what this could be connected with, maybe there were any stresses (diseases, infections, a sharp change in body weight, increased physical activity on the body, etc.);

  • then an analysis of the hereditary history is carried out (it is necessary to check with the patient whether his relatives on the maternal side had similar problems). Next, it is necessary to clarify whether any gynecological diseases have been transferred (sexually transmitted diseases, genital surgery, have had abortions, the number of pregnancies);

  • with secondary amenorrhea, it is still necessary to clarify with the patient when the first menstruation began, what is the duration and regularity of the cycle;

  • in some cases, it is necessary to perform a gynecological examination with a bimanual examination. The gynecologist should palpation determine how developed the genitals are, whether there are any pathologies, whether the size of the ovaries and cervix are normal, to establish their ratio, pain, etc. A general examination of the patient should reveal signs of non-sexual diseases;

  • A genetic study must be done to determine the presence of chromosomal mutations (the sizes of chromosomes are studied, their structure and their number is determined);

  • laboratory study of hormones. For this study, it is necessary to donate blood from a vein. The list of necessary hormones is prescribed by the attending physician, most often the list depends on the specific situation;

  • X-ray of the skull. This procedure is performed to detect pituitary tumors;

  • MRI is necessary in order to exclude the anatomical features of the body;

  • ultrasound examination of the body or ultrasound of the genital organs in order to exclude pregnancy or abnormalities in the structure of the genital organs;

  • Ultrasound of the thyroid gland and adrenal glands is necessary to exclude tumors or diseases of these organs.

  • Complete blood count to rule out Panda (anemia); white blood cell count to rule out infection;

  • Hysterosalpingogram 


How to cure secondary amenorrhea?

Are you afraid that the absence of menstruation will drag out and make it impossible to become a mother?

The treatment of amenorrhea is carried out in connection with the presence of certain symptoms of amenorrhea and determining the type of disease and its origin. Basically, the treatment is as follows:

  • diet (this is aimed at regulating body weight and restoring normal), in the fight against obesity or depletion of the body;

  • normalization of the psychological state (if psychogenic amenorrhea), with the help of psychotherapy or sedatives;

  • hormone therapy using various groups of drugs (prescribed depending on the cause of the disease);

  • vitamin therapy (taking various groups of vitamins);

  • surgery. It is necessary in the presence of tumors of various organs or congenital pathologies in development.

  • SEDATIVE is used to treat secondary amenorrhea caused by a neuropsychic factor. 

  • Psychotherapy is based on the normalization of the mental state



  • Healthy lifestyle. This includes a balanced diet rich in the necessary amount of vitamins and minerals necessary for the normal functioning of the body. Maintaining normal body weight;

  • the exception of frequent physical exertion. Excessive and constant physical activity on the female body is not recommended;

  • avoid mental and emotional stress;

  • timely treatment of all infectious diseases;

  • it is necessary to follow the hormonal regimen;

  • a regular visit to the gynecologist, namely twice a year, even if there are no symptoms. After all, then you can identify the disease at an early stage and not start it.



The consequences of secondary amenorrhea

The absence of menstruation does not pose a threat to a woman's life. There are dangerous consequences. A woman develops atrophy of the internal genital organs. Due to inferior functioning, the ovaries and uterus decrease in volume and begin to atrophy. A woman becomes barren. It is very difficult to cure this condition. These dangerous effects may be irreversible.

The uterine form of secondary amenorrhea is especially dangerous, since it is the worst treatable. Endometrial destruction occurs. When the basal layer of the endometrioid tissue is damaged, commissures form. The uterine cavity is significantly reduced. There is a risk of complete blockage of the uterus.




Oil massage and steam bath (Abiang, Seca, Sweden) 

Oil  or steam massage is beneficial because it has a calming effect on watts and nourishes the system. It is recommended to use Danantaram Thail oil. Without treatment  with  Triphala,  Hurman is one of the best treatments for amenorrhea.

Healing enema

Also, various types of therapeutic enemas are useful for treating amenorrhea.

Basics - Anuwasana Vati (enema with different types of oil):

  • Utara Basty  - medicinal oil, e.g. Greta is right in the womb. Under the  uterus, therapy is done with  Kshara Tailam  . Cassis Thaylam is used to combat pipe clogging.

  • Anuwasana and Utara Basty  will help as an action that encourages the movement of a  dose of Bata  down. This movement is known as  Anulom  (the  lesnyavane has a downward movement), in which the Vata (Vata Shaman)  calms and the art of sroti and Purishvaha sroti are unlocked.

  • Shirodhara

  • Shirodar therapy using various types of oil, such as jatamansi or brahmi, can help calm the vata,  reduce anxiety and stabilize the mind  ; it also has a positive effect on the pituitary gland and, thus, helps regulate hormones.

  • Shirodara with herbal trifil decoction is another option. This treatment would be useful if a woman used it several times a month until the menstrual cycle returns.

  • Herbs for Amenorrhea

  • Aloe vera

  • Aloe vera juice  is the best treatment for primary amenorrhea.

  • Shatavari

  • The roots of  Asparagus racemosus  are used in Ayurveda as a remedy known as Shatavari. Shatavari  is a heavy, greasy tonic, often used for gynecological purposes and to increase the level of female hormones. Its ability to soothe irritation helps nourish the mucous membranes. It has two actions - it  nourishes and purifies the blood and female reproductive organs.

  • Vidarikand

  • Vidarikand  (Ipomea digitalis)  falls into the category of  soldered  and soothing herbal remedies. The product is completely harmless and has a strong effect on the production of estrogen and progesterone. Patients respond positively to  Vidaricand  as a substitute for conventional hormone therapy.

  • turmeric

  • Turmeric-longa helps  regulate menstruation  by cleansing the liver. This herb unlocks  Artawata times  , improves fat metabolism, reduces  Kafa and Ama, increases pita  .

  • Herbal teas and drinks

  • Healing wines such as brawl or kumaras, half-dissolved yakur (yogurt), cottage cheese and caraway seeds, ginger or cinnamon - all these herbal fluids are recommended to increase the menstrual cycle, eliminate blockages, increase the crunch and soothe Vata and Kafa.



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