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hypomenorrhoea

(ˌhaɪpəʊˌmɛnəˈriːə) or

hypomenorrhea

n
(Medicine) med an extremely light menstrual bleeding
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2] These lead to adhesion between the uterine walls, which in turn results in clinical manifestations, such as amenorrhea, hypomenorrhea, pelvic pain, infertility, and habitual abortion.
14) Hypomenorrhea was defined as light menstrual flow or menses for less than two days.
Results: The prevalence of menstrual irregularities was high in obesity compared with those with normal body fat and particularly oligomenorrhea, amenorrhea, and hypomenorrhea had statistically significant increase in obese students.
Light" was considered as hypomenorrhea, while "heavy and very heavy" as menorrhagia in this study.
1) These endocrine changes could induce traits found in most women with pseudocyesis, such as hypomenorrhea or amenorrhea, diurnal or nocturnal hyperprolactinemia (or both), and galactorrhea.
Paradoxically, 1 patient who had previous normal menstrual cycle developed hypomenorrhea after adhesiolysis.
Most patients achieved hypomenorrhea or eumenorrhea.
These studies suggest that, by suppressing ovulation and inducing a state of hypomenorrhea or amenorrhea, the risk of recurrence of endometriosis and its symptoms can be significantly reduced.
Results of Thermal Balloon Endometrial Ablation Follow-Up Amenorrhea Hypomenorrhea 6 months (n = 321) 61% 22% 12 months (n = 289) 48% 27% 18 months (n = 193) 42% 31% 24 months (n = 132) 39% 35% 36 months (n = 91) 38% 35% Source: Dr.
Amenorrhea or hypomenorrhea was reported in 65% of women in the LNG-IUS group vs 71% of those in the resection group.
This fact is alarming since hypomenorrhea affects a large number of recreational athletes.