physiologic amenorrhea

phys·i·o·log·ic a·men·or·rhe·a

amenorrhea of pregnancy or the menopause, not associated with an organic disorder.

physiologic amenorrhea

Etymology: Gk, physis, nature, logos, science, a + men, month, rhoia, to flow
an absence of menstruation having a nonpathologic cause, such as pregnancy, lactation, menopause, or a prepubertal state of maturity.