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35 year old, do not have menses since 5 years, stopped taking provera hormone, not pregnant. What is the cause?

hai, im 35 years women, i never have menstrual period about more than five years or once a year with slightly spotty only..i married most 14 years already...pregnant @ year 2000 but miscarriage and DD& C , ERPOC done.. has been taking provera hormon under gynaecologist @ 1 year + but defaulted coz feel fed menses as usually healthy women should fall pregnant....tq...
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
The possibilities are :
- Hormonal imbalance leading to amenorrhea
-Asherman's syndrome leading to adhesions in the uterus due to D&C etc.
So you once consult gynecologist, get examined and go for ultrasound and hormonal profile.
Hormonal profile should include estrogen, progesterone, LH, FSH, thyroid profile etc.
By this workup the possible cause for your problem can be identified and treated.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 3 Oct 2013
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