Secondary Amenorrhea and Signs of it
The lack of menstruation is amenorrhea. When you have at least one menstrual cycle and stop menstruating for three months or more, secondary amenorrhea happens. Secondary amenorrhea varies from that of primary amenorrhea. When you have not had your first menstrual cycle until the age of 16, that typically happens.
There are multiple variables that lead to this disorder:
Usage of regulation for births
Certain treatments for the treatment of cancer, anxiety or schizophrenia
Shots of Hormone
Health diseases include hypothyroidism
Overweight or being underweight
Secondary Causes of Amenorrhea
During a normal menstrual cycle, levels of estrogen increase. Estrogen is a hormone that in women is responsible for sexual and reproductive activity. High levels of estrogen induce development and thickening of the lining of the uterus. In one of the ovaries, the body releases an egg as the lining of the uterus thickens.
If the sperm of a man does not fertilize, the egg breaks down. It allows levels of estrogen to decline. During the menstrual cycle, you have leaked the thickened uterine lining and excess blood into your vagina. However, some variables may interrupt this mechanism.
Hormonal imbalances: The most common cause of secondary amenorrhea is hormonal imbalance. This can happen as a result of hormone imbalance.
Secondary signs of Amenorrhea
Missing multiple menstrual cycles in a row is the main symptom of secondary amenorrhea. Other signs are seen here:
Dryness of the vagina
Profounding of the Speech
Excessive or undesired growth of hair on the body
Modifications in vision