Being a rather common gynaecological disorder, spaniomenorrhea can occur at any age although it frequently affects girls that are undergoing puberty and pre-menopausal women. It has multiple origins and may lead to persistent bleeding during pregnancy or dysfunctions in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. Characterized by the lengthening of time between two consecutive menstrual cycles, spaniomenorrhea requires medical care without delay. Spaniomenorrhea is defined as the relative of complete absence of bleeding from the endometrium, as opposed to the regular bleeding that occurs during menstruation. In fact, this is mainly due to low levels of oestrogen in the blood.
Spaniomenorrhea is a gynaecological disorder that manifests itself by increasing length of time between menstrual cycles. On average, a cycle should last between 21 and 45 days. As soon as the duration exceeds these 45 days, one is confronted to a case of spaniomenorrhea. Depending on the circumstances, this disease may be stress-related or the result of psychological trauma. Anorexia nervosa – a major loss of appetite of psychological origin – may also lead to spaniomenorrhea.
At puberty, the disease may be linked to excessive hairiness. At menopause, the condition may lead to multiple symptoms.
It is systematically recommended to take 5 granules of Senecio aureus 5 CH twice a day. For optimal results, the treatment should last three months. As for basic treatment, it requires the use of Natrum muriaticum-based remedies at the time of puberty. To treat spaniomenorrhea that occurs with menopause, resort to Lachesis mutus-based remedies.
If spaniomenorrhea persist despite the administration of the indicated remedies, it is imperative to consult a doctor right away. Similarly, if the menses do not appear during the 3 years following breast development, a gynaecological consultation is required as well. Any other health problem accompanied by spaniomenorrhea should lead to a mandatory medical examination, as is the case for genital or urinary problems. Moreover, if the menstrual cycles have been regular and, without reason, start to become irregular, it is necessary consult a specialist.
• Lachesis Mutus
• Natrum Muriaticum
• Senecio Aureus