Amenorrhea happens when you miss your monthly menstrual periods. Amenorrhea is the absence of menstrual bleeding.
It’s normal not to have a period during pregnancy or after menopause. But if you miss periods at other times, it may be a symptom of an underlying medical issue.
There are two main types of amenorrhea. Those who haven’t begun to menstruate by age 16 may have primary amenorrhea. The term also applies to abnormalities in the reproductive tract that prevent menstrual bleeding.
If you miss your monthly period for 3 straight months after having regular cycles for the previous 9 months, you may have secondary amenorrhea. This type of amenorrhea is more common.
BRING BACK YOUR LOST MENSTRUATION
- Cloves ( Clove is kannafuru or eru in yoruba name )
Peel off skin of all the items and store in a container add water and allow to stay for 2 days
Drink one glass cup first thing in the morning and last thing at night
Note no matter how long your menses has ceased it will start flowing normal
Bring back your stop menstrual Flow and
Clear that vaginal and womb infection.