absence of periods

Absent uterus or Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome: what can I do?

Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome – or simply MRKH syndrome – is a congenital disorder (birth defect), the main characteristic of which is that the women who suffer from it do not have a uterus.

The cause of this infrequent condition (1 in 5,000 female births) is an abnormality during development of the internal genitalia during the embryo/foetus stage. As well as an […]

2019-06-05T11:41:18+02:007 de June de 2019|1 Comment

Premature menopause

We understand the menopause as a complete end to menstruation. It is a retrospective diagnosis (looking back) and, as such, the menopause is said to have taken place when a year has gone by since the last period and, during that time, there have been no instances of menstrual bleeding.
It generally takes place at around 50 years of age and is linked to the number of eggs in the ovary.
Depending on a woman’s age, it can be: […]

2018-01-08T11:03:44+02:0022 de December de 2016|0 Comments
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