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In the medical language the name of the infrequent menstrual bleeding is hypomenored. Menstrual bleeding lasts at least 2 days. The daily bleeding amount is in the size of the palm leaf. This is up to at least 2 pets per day. If the menstrual bleeding is less than 2 days and the amount is less than 2 days, hypomenoresis is mentioned. With advancing age, especially after 40 years, the amount of bleeding decreases due to the decrease in female hormone. Sexually active women in the period when menstrual period is normal in a period should bring to mind the pregnancy. It is known as sighting among the people. Protective tablets used to prevent pregnancy also reduce the amount of bleeding.
If hypothyroidism, ie goitre hormones are low, bleeding decreases. In utero-related operations, there may be rare intrauterine adhesions after abortion. This reduces the amount of bleeding in adhesions. Excessive stress, sadness, depression, as well as disorders such as bleeding reduces the duration of 2 days and the use of pet is less than 2. There are findings of the disease that causes hypomenorrhea. If the patient has goiter, goiter hormones are used. Surgical treatment is applied in case of intrauterine adhesion. Antidepressants are used in the presence of depression. Balanced diet, exercise is recommended.

Delay in menstrual bleeding is often associated with excessive fat in the body (obesity) or very little (excessive weakness). In this case, if the doctor evaluates the fat ratio in the body and abnormal if necessary, the appropriate nutrition program should be evaluated. In case of overweight, calorie restriction as well as regular exercise program is very useful. In addition, people gaining weight fast or losing weight in a short time can also cause delayed menstruation. If a person is not afraid to gain weight in an uncontrolled way, or if she cannot control her desire to eat, she may have a eating disease and the help of a doctor is required.
Eating diseases such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa often cause menstruation (amenorrhea). Anorexia nervosa is an obsessive disorder in which intensive food intake is reduced and intensive exercise is caused by excessive weight loss. It is a serious health problem because it can cause death. Psychiatric assistance is required.

Bulimia nervosa is an obsessive disorder, where even if sufficient amount of food is taken, these foods can be excreted by vomiting or diarrhea. Here, the person is unable to control the desire to eat, but with the concern of gaining excessive weight, she enters the behaviors to ensure that the food is ejected from the body. Psychiatric evaluation is necessary in this condition. Excessive and intense exercise can break and stop the menstrual cycle. In these cases, reducing exercise and returning to normal exercise program provides a simple treatment. If intense exercise is intended to prevent excessive weight gain, the person may have bulimia or anorexia nervosa disease. In these women, intensive exercise is carried out between 2-6 hours daily.
In athletes who have to exercise, the treatment approach varies. It is necessary to provide adequate vitamin D and calcium levels in athletes who have increased bone fracture (osteoporosis) and increased risk of fracture in the bone due to cessation of menstruation.

Stress intensity also causes menstrual delay. Women with stress need more rest and relaxation. Techniques such as meditation and deep breathing allow attention to focus on the tension in the body, accompanied by proper exercise, to relax thoughts and muscles. Fun other activities are also useful.

When the problem of menstrual delay for many years, the problem of bone resorption is evolved. To avoid the loss of the bone must be avoided. It should be done in a way not to escape.

RECOMMENDED FOOD SUPPLIES

Vitamin and mineral complex: Increased risk of osteoporosis in women who do not have menstruation. To keep the bones strong, calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and vitamin K and boron supplementation are recommended.
Vitamin B6: Patients with Amenorrhea usually have high prolactin levels. In order to reduce high prolactin levels, vitamin B6 supplementation of 200 mg per day is recommended.
Essential fatty acids: Evening primrose or borage oil is recommended to be taken at a dose of 1,000-1,500 mg 1-2 times a day.
Hayit: In high prolactin levels, it is recommended to take the products containing the standardized extract of the fruit. Must be taken at least 12-18 months. It is not recommended for people who are on hormone therapy and those who use contraceptives. It should be taken under physician advice and control.
Horsetail, oat bran and kelp (air moss): Mineral-rich sources. Recommended to support thyroid function. However, it is not recommended for patients with diabetes who receive lithium and diuretic drugs.
Sage: Ostrogenic effective. It is recommended to drink a few teacups a day from the combined tea with chamomile.
Parsley: It is recommended to drink the parsley tea and also to consume raw. Seeds are also used as expectorants. 2 grams of parsley seeds in 100 ml boiled water for 5-10 minutes in the boiled and filtered. Drink 2-3 teacups a day.
Carrot: Carrot fruit and urine-enhancing properties of pieces. 5 grams of carrot fruit in 100 ml boiled water for 5 to 10 minutes and then filtered. Drink 2-3 teacups a day.
Mixture oil-1 for menstrual irregularities and amenorrhea condition:

20 ml organic soybean oil (may also be grape seed or sesame oil)
2 drops of wheat germ oil
4 drops of sage essential oil
4 drops of chamomile essential oil
Oil mixture is prepared and menstrual irregularities, amenorrhea is massaged to the abdominal area.

Mixture fat-2 for pieces irregularities and amenorrhea condition:

20 ml organic soybean oil (may also be grape seed or sesame oil)
2 drops of wheat germ oil
8 drops of parsley essential oil

The oil mixture is prepared and massaging the abdomen in case of menstrual irregularities and amenorrhea.

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