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Is there a cure for oligomenorrhea?

Most cases of oligomenorrhea can be treated after the cause is addressed. To do this, many women are placed on hormonal therapy that then regulates their menstrual cycle. Some women need to undergo surgery to remove tumors. With proper treatment, periods should become regular again.

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