The absence of menstruation. Women who have missed three menstrual cycles in a row are said to have amenorrhea.
Pain associated with menstruation. Typically involves the incidence of abdominal cramps.
Painful inflammatory condition, in which tissue that typically grows within the uterus (endometrium) grows outside of the uterus.
Acne that is tied to fluctuations in hormones, often around menstruation or ovulation.
The years leading up to menopause, during which the ovaries begin to produce less estrogen.
A hormonal disorder that typically involves the proliferation of small, fluid filled follicles, irregular menstrual periods, and excess androgens.
A group of physical (e.g. cramps) and emotional (e.g. mood swings) symptoms commonly experienced 1-2 weeks prior to menstruation.