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Amenorrhea and Menopause



Released Date:

1/1/2008

Revised:

5/1/2014

Title:

Laboratory Endocrine Testing Guidelines: Amenorrhea (without Hirsutism) and Menopause

Description:

This guideline was developed to guide the appropriate laboratory testing to facilitate the investigation of causes of amenorrhea and to diagnosis menopause. It also describes the endocrine causes of amenorrhea.

Target Population:

Women with primary amenorrhea

Girls with the lack of breast development by age 14 years, or by the lack of menses by age 16 in the presence of normal secondary sexual development, or by the lack of menses by 3 years after thelarche

Women with secondary amenorrhea (more than 6 months without menses after prior establishment of
menses

Exclusions:

Pregnant women
  
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Amenorrhea (without Hirsutism) and Menopause
Laboratory Endocrine Testing - Amenorrhea (Without Hirsutism) And Menopause
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Amenorrhea (without Hirsutism) and Menopause
Laboratory Endocrine Testing - Amenorrhea (without Hirsutism) and Menopause
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