Traducción de menstrual en español:

menstrual

menstrual, adj.

Pronunciación: /ˈmɛnstrʊəl//ˈmɛnstr(u)əl/

adjetivo

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    menstrual
    the menstrual cycle el ciclo menstrual
    • During a normal menstrual cycle, if pregnancy does not occur, the endometrium is shed as menstrual flow.
    • If menstrual irregularity occurs in the adolescent with bulimia, a limited evaluation is necessary.
    • The menstrual status of the subjects was monitored during the study to check whether it remained unchanged.
    • Such hormones are often prescribed for painful menstrual cramps and ovarian cysts, among other problems.
    • The gestational age of all women was confirmed, either by menstrual dates or by second trimester ultrasonography.
    • Women must have sufficient iron stores to prevent iron deficiency from menstrual blood loss or pregnancy.
    • The adolescent needs to know that the menstrual changes are not harmful.
    • Thus, a low percentage of body fat should be seen as a signal that disordered eating and menstrual disturbances may be present
    • A sample of 2,000 women completed a questionnaire about their menstrual pain.
    • The roots and rhizomes are widely used in the treatment of menopausal symptoms and menstrual dysfunction.
    • Perhaps someone was using them to relieve arthritis pain, a headache or painful menstrual cramps.
    • Do you think someone's behavior may be telling you about a menstrual disorder?
    • Patients may also present with chronic lower abdominal or pelvic pain, or alterations in the menstrual pattern.
    • An incorrect menstrual history can, of course, alter the correct interpretation of the test.
    • We examined whether women with irregular cycles have more menstrual symptoms than do women with regular cycles.
    • However, another study concluded that an early second injection does not change menstrual patterns.
    • The first day of the menstrual cycle is defined as the first day of menstrual blood loss.
    • Firstly, there is a large discrepancy between women's perception of their menstrual loss and accurate measurement of the blood flow.
    • In addition, abnormal menstrual bleeding can be controlled to some extent by the use of hormonal medications.
    • In all instances, the irregular women reported more menstrual distress than did the regular women.