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Primary Amenorrhea

Primary amenorrhea is a condition when a girl has not started menstruating by the time she is 16, even though other signs of puberty, like breast development and the appearance of pubic hair, are normal. Besides hormonal abnormalities and other illnesses, low body weight or obesity, stress and rigorous exercise can cause primary amenorrhea.

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Have you gotten pregnant?

Hello. My name is Dasha and I am so happy to have found you all. I have PA and am 30 years old. I also have an identical twin sister who started her period when she was 13 and has 3 beautiful children :). My question to you ladies is: Does anyone have a high LH/ FSH ratio but low estrogen and normal everything else, yet conceived? My LH/FSH ratio is always 3:1 with my FSH staying around 4.7. If so, how did you do it? Thank you ladies in advance <3

Posted on : Friday, November 16, 2012 12:51 PM
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Update!!I am currently 5 weeks and 2 days pregnant from using femara. I tried clomid and it did nothing for me. If any of you ladies have questions that I can answer please contact me. :)
Replied on Saturday, February 23, 2013 3:22 PM
Hi DaSha! I am also 30 years old and have PA, with normal FSH levels but very low oestrogen. I haven't tried for a baby yet as I am still single, but I recently had an AMH Test - which stands for "Anti-Mullerian Hormone Test". It's a blood test (very quick and easy) which counts your ovarian function - so lets you know your fertility. I had always assumed that because I had PA, I would be infertile: NOT TRUE!!! I got the results back yesterday, and it turns out I have "optimal" levels of fertility! So I should be able to conceive - if and when I find a husband! Just wanted to share this with you and with any other girls who might visit this page. The AMH Test is not available on the NHS in the UK as it is fairly new, but it is available privately (cost me £120).
Good luck everyone!
Replied on Thursday, May 2, 2013 8:24 AM
Hi EnglishRose. I am 22 weeks 4 days pregnant with a baby girl thanks to femara. I did have the AMH test done but because my vitD levels were low the test came back very low. Since amh is a new test and my fsh was normal I used femara and conceived this little miracle. Good luck to you dear :)
Replied on Friday, June 21, 2013 2:01 PM
 


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