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What are symptoms of oligomenorrhea?

Oligomenorrhea is most notably characterized by infrequent periods. A woman with oligomenorrhea has her periods anywhere from 35 to 90 days apart, with four to nine periods a year, which are usually light. She also may have difficulties becoming pregnant.

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Do adolescents grow out of oligomenorrhea?
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Yes, adolescents often grow out of oligomenorrhea. The beginning of young woman's period is often ir...
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How does oligomenorrhea affect pregnancy?
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Oligomenorrhea is infrequent or scant menstruation. A cause of oligomenorrhea is failure to ovulate....
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How does oligomenorrhea affect the body?
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Oligomenorrhea is a menstruation disorder with which women have few, infrequent periods. Women with ...
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What can I do to avoid oligomenorrhea?
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The personal changes that you make to prevent oligomenorrhea, infrequent menses, depend on your unde...
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