Primary amenorrhea refers to not having a menstrual period at the age of puberty.
When you have amenorrhea (Absence of menstruation) without being pregnant.
This is known as secondary amenorrhea. It can be caused by many things including, but not limited to, excessive exercise, hormonal imbalance, medications side effect, ovarian disorder, and thyroid disorder... to name few.
Simply following a healthy exercise and nutritional program can help prevent amenorrhea, as can reducing stress and learning relaxation techniques.
Amenorrhea is when one or more periods are missed, or an absence of menstruation. Factors that cause amenorrhea include insufficient eating and excessive exercise, pregnancy and breastfeeding, certain medications such as birth control and physical deformities.
If you induce vaginal bleeding after having Depo-related amenorrhea, you bleed from your vagina. It does not "jump start" your normal period, it doesn't mean you ovulated, and it doesn't get Depo out of your system faster.
Primary amenorrhea caused by a congenital condition cannot be prevented.however, women should maintain a healthy diet, with plenty of exercise, rest, and not too much stress, avoiding smoking.However,many cases of amenorrhea cannot be prevented.
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In addition to low body weight or excessive exercise, other causes of primary amenorrhea include Turner's syndrome, a birth defect related to the reproductive system, or ovarian problems.
Amenorrhea is most common in girls who are severely underweight and/or exercise intensely, both of which affect the amount of body fat necessary to trigger the release of hormones that, in turn, begins puberty.
It sounds a lot like anorexia. Anorexics have been known to partake in strenuous exercise, develop amenorrhea and bone degeneration AKA osteoporosis.
Exercise induced asthma is where you get asthma from exercese
Unless the person has exercise-induced asthma, yoga would have no effect on asthma. If they do have exercise-induced asthma, it is possible that the yoga could actually trigger an attack.
Causes include pregnancy or breastfeeding, sudden weight loss or gain, intense exercise, stress.