reproductive health


Question by  zoki9poki (13)

Can you have normal periods with Asherman's syndrome?


Answer by  lovelife (998)

A person experiencing Asherman's syndrome will more then likely have absent or scanty periods that are irregular in nature. The severity of the disease will determine how normal a person's menstrual cycle will be.


Answer by  thattractorguy (2970)

Because this condition is characterized by scarring to the uterine lining, this can make you have irregular menstruation. However, many times you can have a normal menstrual cycle. The normal cycle that you have been used to may have have different a different flow and duration. If you eat foods rich in magnesium, it will help ease your cramps.

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