Treatments for Menstrual Irregularities in Children

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Menstrual irregularities treatment at Children's

  • During the first few years of a girl's menstrual cycle, she may not benefit from treatment unless heavy blood loss causes anemia. A physician may recommend an iron supplement for the anemia.
  • Oral birth control pills or other hormonal treatments are often used to regulate an irregular menstrual cycle
  • The Center for Young Women's Health provides extensive and easy to access information for girls with questions about her menstrual cycle.
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