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menstrual cycle issue

My daughter is 16 years old. Her height is 5.6 and weight is 62.

She had her first period one month before her 10th birthday. Since beginning her cycle has had not been regular, and in the past maximum gap has been from three to four months.

However, she has had not her periods from last six months; she never had this much of a gap in the past. Pls suggest remedy
 
  Sonia Rashid on 2018-04-06
This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give her Pulsatila 30c and Senecio aureus 30c, twice a week for a month then report back.
[Edited by Tui on 2018-04-06 08:47:39]
 
Tui last year
Monthly periods are suggestive of good health for women. So, for your daughter's case, you should consult a physician immediately.
An extreme work routine or stress are some common causes for irregular periods but I would recommend her to get checked for reproductive tract disorders and hormonal imbalances.
 
Frorkirb last year
Let me know your detailed ailments right now along with following:
Body weight?
Sex
Height
Age
BP
If female, Last Menstrual Period, How long it stays.
When you wake at morning
When yo go to bed
What you do
What's your daily diet
How much water you drink everyday
Any Digestion issue
Any mood swing
Any issue with sleep
Any issue in gaining/losing weight.
 
Dr R Basu last year
If your daughter is having irregular cycle then you must check out our program based on menstrual cycle
 
adi989 5 months ago

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