Do you treat teenagers who have problems with their periods?

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Oh, absolutely! A lot of teenagers whose mothers had problems with they call Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or problem with progesterone deficiency with PMS symptoms. And, I’ve seen a lot of young girls; 12-years old at menarche begin to have anovulatory periods, progesterone dominance, would gain weight, and some of them clearly have what we call polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Others just have a deficiency of progesterone and require progesterone therapy. And, progesterone therapy has absolutely no side effects at all.


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