Primary Amenorrhoea - A review of 26 Cases
Keywords:Hospital. Amenorrhea. Computers. Contraception. Vaginal Smears. Retrospective Studies. Bacterial Infections. Colposcopy. Hospitals, Teaching.
This is a study of twenty six subjects who presented to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore 1999-2001 and were cases of primary amenorrhoea 20(76.9%) of patient presented between 15-25 years of age. Five (19.2%) had lower abdominal pain. Secondary sex characters were developed in 69.2%. Uterus was absent in 4(15.5%) and ovaries were present in 17(65.5%). FSH was high >40mIU in 12(46.5%) and low <3mIU in 2(7%), 14(53.5%) were put on HRT 1(3.8%) had gonadectomy. 5(19.3%) patients had imperforate hymen, where excision was done. It was concluded that detailed history, through clinical examination and minimal investigations are required to diagnose cases of primary amenorrhoea.
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