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Saturday, March 19, 2016

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MENOPAUSE OR NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT?

Good afternoon House,
PleaseI have this medical issue that is really disturbing me....My menstrual cycle is always irregular.Atimes it won't come for months,like now I've not seen it for 6months
I've used meds like antibiotics and some other ones I can't even remember,done pregnancy test severally and nothing happened.I don't use contraceptives at all
Is this normal? If it is not please what can I use? 
All the pad wey I buy,na my friends use am finish
My greatest fear is if this won't disturb me when I am ready to have a baby 

Thank you for all your advice in advance


35 comments:

  1. U have PCOS, have it too. And I've been TTC for 3 years now. My dear just go see a gynecologist.

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    1. Yep PCOS. Can be managed with metformin and diet.

      See a doctor first.

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    2. U see whhat we mean? PCOS is one of the many causes of this. Whoo said Urs. Could be d same? If u like no go see dokinta. Just be there

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    3. Go and see a gynae.mine started few month's after my period started.i'm married with children now.God is able

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  2. Abeg how old are you? Visit a very good hospital asap



    *Larry was here*

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    1. Go to the hospital but the try using longrich pad,it will bring it out.

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  3. Somehow I don't understand the need for this doctors section really..

    When you think something is wrong then something is wrong. Rush to the hospitals and meet up consultants thay will attend to you instead of coming here without solutions or guess works which might end up not been your case..

    Just saying. Health is wealth.

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    1. Thank you. I wonder why some of them don't even bother to visit any hospital and come here to take advice from someone you don't know concerning your health.

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  4. You have PCOS...i don't know why you were recommended antibiotics.

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  5. Too much gbenshing. When they say behave like mermaid, u go refuse



    BAD ASS BITCH

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    1. Take Glucophage.
      See a doctor
      U can call 08036691209

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    2. Fear God ooo

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  7. The level of stupidity of some posters amazes me.
    So if i type out just a random name of drug,ud go take it right? Smh
    What happens to going to see a doctor...c'mon y'all shld stop playing with ur lives.
    If u dnt have d necessary fund then go to a general/tertiary hospital,its better and cheaper.
    High time y'all stopped exhibiting your ignorance et nonchalant attitude

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  8. Poster you forgot to day how old you were. Please go to hospital. Don't wait till when you're trying for a baby.

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  9. Madam, hospitals are still existing o.

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  10. We need to know how old you are in order to determine if it is menopause or not. At what age did you start menstruating? Do you have any gynaecological problems? You give us all these information, and we will definitely be able to tell you what you need to know.
    Meanwhile, you need to see your gynaecologist for further advise and testing....@@@@@BiaBia 😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤😤

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  11. Some people sha.

    What if I tell you to go take Gboko bitters or Onugbu, and your period will become regular?

    I'm sure that the antibiotics you took, were OTC, abi?

    There are things one doesn't just joke with, especially, stuff that has to do with your reproductive system.

    I don't comment on this section anymore, as most of the problems in it, are about stuff that requires expert assessment and physical examination.

    Biko, carry yourself to the hospital, before its too late, and don't take anything recommended for you on here o.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  12. Poster, you tactically left out your age. Are you above 38?
    It could be menopause. No problem u can still adopt a baby

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  13. See a gynecologist asap...d docs here can't even resolve ur issue via dis medium.visit a govt Hosp WHR specialist attends to you.

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  14. The term ‘amenorrhoea’ literally means ‘the absence of periods’. It may seem like a fairly straightforward diagnosis – either you have periods, or you don’t. However, amenorrhoea is not a diagnosed condition, but a symptom of another problem. There are a wide variety of reasons why you may not be having periods, and you must always take steps to find out what is causing your amenorrhoea.
    There are many possible causes of amenorrhea, including the following:
    1. Pregnancy - If a woman is pregnant her period will cease.
    2. Changes in weight – Girls who lose or gain a lot of weight may have no periods or skip periods because she does not have the right balance of foods to keep her body healthy.
    3. Disordered eating – Many girls will develop amenorrhea if they are too thin (low BMI), have anorexia nervosa, bulimia, or other disordered eating such as using vomiting or excessive dieting to control weight.
    4. Exercise – Girls who participate in sports such as running or gymnastics or in activities such as ballet often have athletic amenorrhea.
    5. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) – Girls with PCOS may have no periods or irregular periods.
    6. Obesity – Being more overweight makes a girl more likely to have irregular menstrual periods.
    7. Endocrine problems – Low or high thyroid hormone, too little or too much adrenal hormones such as cortisol, and too much prolactin, a hormone secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain, can cause amenorrhea.
    8. Chronic illness – Girls with many diseases such as Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, cystic fibrosis, sickle disease, lupus, diabetes, and others may have irregular menstrual periods or amenorrhea
    9. Medications and herbs – Some medications can cause amenorrhea. 10. Ovary problems – Sometimes the ovaries do not make enough estrogen to cause periods because of a genetic problem such as Turner syndrome
    11. Birth control make you more likely to have no periods or skip periods.

    Its time to see your doctor since its 6 months that you last saw your period. A comprehensive medical test will be conducted to ascertain the problem.

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  15. The term ‘amenorrhoea’ literally means ‘the absence of periods’. It may seem like a fairly straightforward diagnosis – either you have periods, or you don’t. However, amenorrhoea is not a diagnosed condition, but a symptom of another problem. There are a wide variety of reasons why you may not be having periods, and you must always take steps to find out what is causing your amenorrhoea.
    There are many possible causes of amenorrhea, including the following:
    1. Pregnancy - If a woman is pregnant her period will cease.
    2. Changes in weight – Girls who lose or gain a lot of weight may have no periods or skip periods because she does not have the right balance of foods to keep her body healthy.
    3. Disordered eating – Many girls will develop amenorrhea if they are too thin (low BMI), have anorexia nervosa, bulimia, or other disordered eating such as using vomiting or excessive dieting to control weight.
    4. Exercise – Girls who participate in sports such as running or gymnastics or in activities such as ballet often have athletic amenorrhea.
    5. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) – Girls with PCOS may have no periods or irregular periods.
    6. Obesity – Being more overweight makes a girl more likely to have irregular menstrual periods.
    7. Endocrine problems – Low or high thyroid hormone, too little or too much adrenal hormones such as cortisol, and too much prolactin, a hormone secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain, can cause amenorrhea.
    8. Chronic illness – Girls with many diseases such as Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, cystic fibrosis, sickle disease, lupus, diabetes, and others may have irregular menstrual periods or amenorrhea
    9. Medications and herbs – Some medications can cause amenorrhea. 10. Ovary problems – Sometimes the ovaries do not make enough estrogen to cause periods because of a genetic problem such as Turner syndrome
    11. Birth control make you more likely to have no periods or skip periods.

    Its time to see your doctor since its 6 months that you last saw your period. A comprehensive medical test will be conducted to ascertain the problem.

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  16. Na BVs go come solve your problem? Better run to the clinic fast to run hormone profile.Goodluck. Babalawo, paraga seller, and Iya elewe omo sef go give you one remedy or the next on this blog.

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  17. You don't use contraceptives; what are you using? What have you been doing with your vagina? You are probably not married and you did not state your age or how many abortions you have done; so how can one really offer solutions?

    Once anything affects vagina, women hide inside their shells and begin to abuse drugs. Why not see a doctor and provide him with all the information needed to help you. A doctor is not a judge and he will not condemn you but treat you.

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  18. Pple who bring their ish here do that so we can learn.its not like they wait for our instructions..Cuss me out n miss ur period if u r gbenshing a guy u dont love.



    Ify

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  19. Is not normal, you need to see your doctor, you are suppose to see your period every month except when you are pregnant. Since you intend to give birth in future, is better you get it treated now to avoid stories that touch.

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  20. Elena, how would you like to be called stupid too? Can't you give a simple advise without insulting people? And you call yourself a damn professional. How do you treat your patients, surbodinates, and peers? Shame on you. I'll hate to encounter people like you in real life, either on the job or at social events. Piece of shit. We all joke here but you take it too far sometimes. Stella post my comment.

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  21. Stop joking with your health and take yourself to the hospital.You didnt state your age.It could be PCOS,Endocrine disorder etc.Can't type drug for you.

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  22. You just have an irregular menstrual period which you can see a doctor for and get a prescribed medication. Taking antibiotics won't work. Don't go killing yourself biko

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  23. Use combination3 tabs _ take 2tabs daily for one week, then after anoda one week it will show! All the best

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  24. My sister kindly see a doctor cos it once happened to see me and i took premolude 20.

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