3%, hypomenorrhea and polymenorrhea
of 14%, amenorrhea of 10.
Out of 10 hyperthyroid patients having menstrual irregularities 6 (60%) had oligomenorrhea whereas 4 (40%) had polymenorrhea
Among 52 occupationally exposed lead battery plant and capacitor factory workers, female lead-exposed workers showed a significantly higher prevalence of polymenorrhea
and prolonged and abnormal menstruation than did a control group of 62 women who were randomly sampled workers in administrative or non-lead-production departments (Tang and Zhu 2003).
Conway in 1989 found that 75-80 Percent of women with P C O Shadamen orrheaandoligomenorrhea while 4-14 Percent patients had polymenorrhea
, menorrhagia and dysfunctional uterine bleeding 16.
A large proportion of adolescent girls suffer from various gynecological problems, particularly menstrual irregularities such as menorrhagia, polymenorrhea
, oligomenorrhea, and dysmenorrhea.
Exclusion criteria included significant coagulation issues, endocrinopathy, ocular disease, pregnancy or lactation, endometrial abnormalities, cervical cancer, anovulatory dysfunctional uterine bleeding, metrorrhagia, menometrorrhagia, and polymenorrhea
= Uterine bleeding occurring regularly of < 21-day intervals.
Some women with PCOS have polymenorrhea
, or periods that are too frequent.
Current menstrual disturbances, including secondary amenorrhea (cycle intervals of [greater than]3 months), oligomenorrhea (cycle intervals of 36 days to 3 months), or polymenorrhea
(cycle intervals of [less than]25 days) were reported by 20% of the diabetic women but only 7% of controls.
Contraceptive pills users, lactating women, and cases with history of diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular abnormalities, psychiatric illness, irregular periods, heavy dysmenorrhea, oligomenorrhea, polymenorrhea
, and relevant pathology were excluded from this study.
was the most common abnormality in tubectomized subjects (32%), while, in nontubectomized subjects, it was menorrhagia, making a total of 25% of all cases [Table 2, Figure 1].