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What is Primary Amenorrhea?
Primary amenorrhea is the failure of menstruation to occur by the age of 16 or 2 yr after the onset of puberty or by about age 14 in girls who have not yet gone through puberty. Treatments vary based on the underlying condition.
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Distribution of sex
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