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Missing periods, thyroid test done. Treatment?

3 months before, I missed my period. As a further course of action, I went to gynecologist for help. After that she suggest some thyroid test. Results of test is normal aprt from prolactic. Then she gave me medicine and I had my normal period. Last month again Period happened very little. I am all right, or any serious issue is there? Can somebody help me ...reason for minimal period.. My height is 5 feet 6 inches and weight is 75 kgs
Asked On : Thu, 31 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
hypomenorrhea(less blood loss during periods) can be because of,
-disturbances in the prolactin levels can affect menstrual cycle, you should not stop drugs until your doctor says.
these can be seen in some women so you need not worry, but have to take the treatment.
other causes could be
- low hemoglobin level,
-stress and strain disturbing hypothalamo pituitary axis,
according to your height your weight should be 65kgs, so you try to decrease some weight which can help in success of treatment.
take care.
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