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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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How to treat menstrual irregularity?

Hi, I am Autumn, I am 45 years old, my last period was October 7, 13. Since now I still don't have my period. I did went to the dr's on Nov 18, results was not pregnant and have bought the home test pregnancy results was not pregnant. My questions do I need to have a blood test? Please give me advice.
Thu, 10 Apr 2014
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OB and GYN Specialist 's  Response

Blood test for beta-hCG test is confirmatory to rule out early pregnancy. At this age, irregular or late period may occur due to hormonal imbalance and improper ovulation due to gradual dysfunction of ovary.

One pelvic ultrasound scan (USG) and other hormone tests like thyroid profile, prolactin level, PPBS, LH/ FSH, DHEAS etc will be worthwhile in this context if you didn't undergo previously. Kindly, consult with gynecologist.

Do light to moderate exercise for physical fitness and to reduce or control body weight. Avoid mental stress completely by regular meditation or yoga. Maintain a healthy life style.

Good luck.
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