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Because qi helps the blood flow easily, stagnation can lead to delayed periods with clots and pain (dysmenorrhea) or periods that don’t come at all (amenorrhea).
If your period vanishes for three months or longer (this is known as amenorrhea), see your doctor for evaluation.
Various reproductive health conditions can cause polymenorrhea (cycles that are 21 days or fewer), oligomenorrhea (cycles that are 35 days or more), or amenorrhea (missing your period for at least three cycles).
Ectopic pregnancies can manifest nonspecific symptoms such as abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding, sometimes alongside the typical pregnancy symptoms of amenorrhea, sore breasts, and morning sickness.
Because of her lean physique and intense training schedule, Muir suffered from amenorrhea, or period loss, and had not menstruated in nine years.
This combination of poor diet and intense exercise can have unhealthy consequences, including nutritional deficiencies, fatigue, loss of lean body mass, and amenorrhea (no period).
The brain tells the body to decrease the estrogen supply, so periods eventually decrease in frequency (called oligomenorrhea) and then stop (called amenorrhea).
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medical Definition of amenorrhea
amenorrheicor chiefly British amenorrhoeic play \-ˈrē-ik\ adjective
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