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Menstrual irregularities with hormonal imbalance - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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User :   Hi my name is XXX,
I got a call from my doctor and they told me my lab results came back and that my hormones are abnormal... What could that possibly mean?? They said that they want to refer me to a endocrincal specialist.... Is this something very serious? What could some of the causes be? Please let me know ...I have an appointment tomorrow with the doctor to explain further but I am freaking out what the possibilities might be.
Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello
Doctor :   May I know your age and gender and what are the hormones that have abnormal values?
User :   im 22 and femail
User :   female*
User :   they didn't give me any details on what is abnormal
User :   all they told me was your test results came back and your hormones are abnormal
User :   and they wanted to refer me to an specialies of endocornical
Doctor :   Since I do not know the hormones that are abnormal, I cannot comment, what the condition may probably be.
Doctor :   Or the nature of your condition.
Doctor :   To help you better, may I know the reasons, why these tests were done?
User :   well i have missed my period for 2 months
User :   almost going to b 3
User :   and it went for a physical checkup
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Were you period regular in the past?
User :   no
Doctor :   Ok
User :   i've missed periods on and off all the time
Doctor :   May I know your height and weight?
User :   im 5'2 127lbs
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Do you have any skin problems such as dryness of skin, palpitations?
Doctor :   Do you have pain abdomen, constipation/ recurrent loose stools?
User :   no no skin issues
User :   sometimes i have pain around my pelvic area
User :   once ina while
User :   sharp pain
User :   but it comes and goes
User :   not daily
User :   its probably more like weekly
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Probably your condition may be related to polycystic ovarian disease,
Doctor :   which can give rise to estrogen hormone disturbances.
Doctor :   You would need further evaluations
Doctor :   an ultrasound of the abdomen may all be required.
Doctor :   You would have to consult an gynaecologist for these evaluations and for further treatment.
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