amenorrhoeic

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amenorrhea   (ā-měn'ə-rē'ə)  Pronunciation Key 
The absence of menstruation in a woman between puberty and menopause. Some causes include pregnancy, decreased body weight, endocrine and other medical disorders, and certain medications.
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