Treatment for causes of chronic starvation
It means that ovulation does not occur. It means that ovulation does not continue due to chronic adhesion. Therefore, the menstrual cycle is not within 21 to 35 days, and menstruation usually occurs once in a few months or years. Therefore, chronic ovulation may be identified if you do not come to the hospital due to insufficient ovulation, but most of the time you do not have a good menstruation or have not had a period of several months.
If your menstruation does not come out like this even though you are not pregnant, you have to wait for 60 days from the start of your last menstruation before being examined. When these people visit the hospital, they will receive progestone to see if they have apoptotic bleeding or artificial menstruation using birth control pills or menstrual induction. This means that enough estrogen is produced when endogenous bleeding occurs.
It is highly likely to be polycystic ovarian syndrome. Since it is likely to be infertile as a representative disease of chronic pneumonia, it is recommended to actively consider treatment after initial diagnosis. High levels of androgen translate into massive amounts of estrogen in fat tissues, with FSH and LH being negative and positive, respectively, resulting in a decrease and increase. A large amount of estrogen is secreted from the ovary, and the hypothalamus and pituitary gland cannot distinguish who is the dominant ovary because of estrogen converted from fatty tissue.
Eventually, several ovaries grow and ultrasound on the uterus shows more than 10 ovaries shaped like grapes or salt. The increased LH is also sent back to the fatty tissue, increasing the production of androgen in the lipid and ovarian cells of the ovary. Eventually, the adrenal glands become over-secured, causing the balance between FSH and LH to collapse, resulting in a vicious cycle of chronic disgust. Without deciduous bleeding, this is mainly due to excessive stress, excessive diet, and excessive exercise such as marathon.
Prolactin, endorphin, encephalin, glycoprotein, etc. are abnormally high in the body when these causes exist. They work in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland, causing abnormalities in physiological mechanisms. If the sex hormone secretion hormone is suppressed, the menstrual cycle may not start, dull the sensitivity of hormones in the pituitary gland, or interfere with glycoprotein corticoid, and may not receive signals from the ovary.
Therefore, in such cases, it is necessary to change the proper lifestyle for each cause, such as sufficient rest, reduced exercise, or suspension of diet. Of course, these efforts do not go back to normal immediately, but only after some time, so it is necessary to watch for a considerable period of time.