What are the menstrual disorders?

Menstrual disorders refer to disturbances in the frequency, regularity, quantity or duration of menstrual bleeding. The complete absence of menses is called amenorrhoea and can be primary, meaning that the woman never experienced menstruation (primary amenorrhoea) or secondary, meaning that amenorrhea developed after menarche (secondary amenorrhoea).

What are the causes of the menstrual disorders?

The causes of menstrual disorders can be genetic, anatomic, or endocrinological. The most common endocrine disorders are: