Our expert says:
The main issue is to determine the underlying reasons for the amennorrhaea (i.e absence of periods).
If it is is based on a hormonal problem, than correct hormonal manipulation will be of value. However, if there is an underlying uterine problem or endometrial problem, this has to be dealt with on a surgical basis.
Should there be signs of premature ovarian faiure or premature menopause, I would recommend that you maintain yourself on HRT, as the risk of osteoporosis (i.e, the progressive thinning of bones), becomes an important complication, which at this point in time, can be successfully avoided.
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