Consult a health care provider if a girl is 14 years old and her secondary
sexual characteristics (for example,
breast development and pubic hair) have not started to develop or a girl is
16 years old and has not had her first menstrual
For women who have already begun menstruating, they should see a health care
provider if they have missed 3 consecutive menstrual periods.
Annual follow-up is required for women with amenorrhea caused by ovarian
insufficiency. The follow-up is performed to monitor ovarian hormone replacement
and to detect the development of associated conditions.
By maintaining a normal
weight, girls can prevent primary amenorrhea caused by excessive
or weight gain.
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