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Menstrual irregularities started after losing weight. Tests, ultrasound normal. Should I worry?

I am having menstrual irregularities from the past two years. I am 26 years ols and single never married. My menstrual cycles were alright since i started my menses at the age of 12. In 2010 i started gym lost 10 kg and left gym. M problem started after that. I am chubby from my childhood and now weigh 90 kgs. Now they appear now and hen but no regular. Flow is quite good that last for atleast 6 days. Normal pain. My all tests and ultrasound reports r normal. My gynaec says nothing to worry wait untill they get back to normal but i am very concerned any help?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Thanks for the query.

If all your lab reports and ultrasonography is normal, then nothing to worry about.
Your problem of menstrual irregularity could merely be because of obesity.

You definitely need to reduce your weight to regularize your menstrual cycle.
Do workout, have balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables and be active always.

Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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