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32 Possible Causes for Increased Libido, Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased, Secondary Amenorrhea

  • Menopause

    ) Increased frequency or sudden urge to urinate Vaginal dryness that can cause pain during intercourse Increased bone loss that can lead to osteoporosis Higher risk of heart[] Women who start menopause later also may have an increased risk of ovarian cancer, possibly because they have had more ovulations.[] These include an increased risk of developing blood clots (for example deep vein thrombosis ) and certain types of cancer.[]

  • Hemochromatosis

    […] pigmentation of the skin, loss of sexual drive (libido), disease of the heart muscle (cardiomyopathy), diabetes mellitus, or joint inflammation (arthritis).[] Studies have shown that excessive iron deposits in the liver due to hereditary hemochromatosis leads to cirrhosis, which can put an individual at increased risk for developing[] […] pigmentation (bronze diabetes), rare late finding Joint swelling, especially second and third metacarpophalangeal joints Lethargy Loss of libido Osteoporosis Splenomegaly[]

  • Menopause Ovarian Disorder

    Estrogen is also effective for increasing libido. In addition, estrogen increases bone density, thereby decreasing the risk of fracture.[] The most prominent ones are a much increased risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and some cancers. A less prominent one is possible brain damage.[] In secondary amenorrhea, menstruation starts but then stops.[]

  • Hyperprolactinemia

    Clinical presentation of hyperprolactinemia (1) Premenopausal women 31 PRL 50 g/L  Short luteal phase  Decreased libido  Infertility 51 PRL 75 g/L  Oligomenorrhea 100[] Acromegaly has been associated with increased risk of colorectal adenomas and cancer and also possibly other neoplasms (25).[] Frequency United States This condition occurs in less than 1% of the general population and in 5-14% of patients presenting with secondary amenorrhea. [3] Approximately 75%[]

  • Hypogonadism

    Benefits include: increased libido mood improvement increased bone mineral density overall improved quality of life However, there are a few risks associated with it.[] Other possible risks of testosterone treatment include: A high red blood cell count Acne Breast enlargement An increase in prostate size Sleep apnea—the occasional stopping[] Abstract We report on a 31-year old female who presented at genetic counseling for a small uterus, secondary amenorrhea and sterility.[]

  • Atrophic Vaginitis

    […] risk for cardiovascular events and/or breast cancer, alleviate vaginal dryness, decrease dyspareunia, increase libido and allow improvement of sexual life, and thus, improve[] Estrogen rings are higher-dose estrogen preparations and may increase a woman’s risk for endometrial cancer.[] Study subjects with AV (hereafter referred to as the AV Group) met the following criteria: (a) experienced twelve consecutive months of amenorrhea without a period secondary[]

  • Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism Type 8

    Symptoms Symptoms of hypogonadism can include mood changes such as irritability or increased sadness, reduced libido, low energy, fatigue, decreased muscle bulk, decreased[] […] of an increased risk of heart attacks and stroke. [13] [14] While historically, men with prostate cancer risk were warned against testosterone therapy, that has shown to[] Evaluation of Secondary Amenorrhea Figure 2. Algorithm for the evaluation of secondary amenorrhea.[]

  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

    […] disorders, gastrointestinal distress, headaches, and postural hypotension. no arm reported an incidence increase of adverse effects greater than 5%.[] The most publicised came from the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial, in which men on finasteride showed a possible increase in high-risk prostate cancer compared with those[] Less common symptoms were secondary amenorrhea (23%) and abdominal distension (7.7%). Of 26 patients, 15 (57.7%) were postmenopausal.[]

  • Obesity

    […] and low sexual frequency increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in men with low testosterone Chen-Hsun Ho,Chia-Chang Wu,Kuan-Chou Chen,Fu-Shan Jaw,Hong-Jeng Yu,Shih-Ping[] How might obesity increase the risk of cancer? Several possible mechanisms have been suggested to explain how obesity might increase the risks of some cancers.[] CASE DESCRIPTION: We describe an unusual case of a young girl who presented with clinical triad of obesity, primary amenorrhea and central cord syndrome.[]

  • Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism

    They have also shown an increase in libido but not an improvement in erectile dysfunction; phosphodiesterase inhibitors may be needed.[] Complications Patients with Klinefelter syndrome have an increased risk of extratesticular germ cell tumors and possibly increased risk of breast cancer. [61] The risk of[] Only six cases of secondary amenorrhea have been reported to date.[]

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