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Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

I'm curious about Abnormal Uterine Bleeding. She is 19 and complained a heavy and prolonged bleeding. The doctor said that this is because of Ovulatory Dysfunction. There was a month when menstruation didn't happen. Estradiol level is 45 ng/ml, is it normal? But the other hormone such as LH and FSH is normal. The doctor give non-hormonal therapy and suggest healthy life style. The BMI is also normal, height 158 and weight 51. Is it an unovulatory or ovulatory cycle? How is it happen?
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It may sound funny, but you have to clean up your diet if you have Ovulatory Dysfunction to avoid the complications later on. Just get on healthy diet, avoid sugar, flour and all diary products, except yogurt. Start taking a good quality multivitamin along with fish oil and probiotics. If you stick on to the clean up diet you may see good results in 2 to 3 months. Hope you feel better soon:)
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