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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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Ovulation induction with PA

Hello, I am new to this group and see no one has posted for a while. I have PA, I am 28 (almost 29) and have just started fertility treatments for the first time. I am doing Ovulation Induction (using puregon & pregnyl) and timed intercourse. I am currently on day 11 of injecting (CD15) and so far not much happening. I started on 50IU, then 75IU and after bloods/scan today was told to go up to 100IU. Has anyone been through this process before or is going through this process now? Any advice/ support would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

Posted on : Thursday, March 2, 2017 11:07 PM
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Is ur uterus normal in size? mine is small
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