Screening for irregular menstruation or amenorrhea For women aged between 15-20 years
Irregular menstruation or amenorrhea is a condition that causes no menstrual bleeding to come out normally.
Amenorrhea is divided into two types:
- Primary amenorrhea is a condition that women have never had. Menstrual periods Since young (Age 16 years, no menstruation, or 14 years and no secondary sexual developmental characteristics of women such as breast, pubic hair, genital hair, armpit hair, and menstruation)
- Secondary amenorrhea is a condition in which a woman has had a previous menstrual period but later had at least 6 consecutive months of amenorrhea, or 3 cycles of their previous menstrual cycle.
The main symptom is irregular menstruation or amennorhea. This may have other symptoms, depending on the cause of the lack of menstruation, such as weight gain or weight loss. Changes in the size of the breast or milk flows from the breast, acne, hair loss, hair on the face. Headache, or changes in vision and lower abdominal pain
Preparation before the examination
1. The patient does not need any preparation.
2. Please come to the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department to see your doctor before starting the examination.
1. Doctor taking history
2. Do the ultrasound in about 10-15 minutes.
3. Blood test
- Outpatient services fee
- Nursing services fee
- Pelvis ultrasound
- Laboratory tests
- Luteinizing Hormone (LH)*
- Estradiol (E2)*
- Free T3*
- Free T4*
- TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)*
- Anti-TG (Anti Thyroglobulin)
- Anti-TPO (Anti Thyroid Peroxidase)
- TSH Receptor Antibody
2nd Floor, Bumrungrad International Hospital (BIH)Building
Mon-Sat 07.00-20.00 hrs
Sun 08.00-20.00 hrs
Terms & Conditions
- This package applies to the OPD case only.
- Please make an appointment prior to the service, call 1378.
- Service is valid from today until 31 December 2021.
- This package is non-refundable in all conditions