Exercise-related menstrual dysfunction: implications for menopausal health.

@article{Speed2007ExerciserelatedMD,
  title={Exercise-related menstrual dysfunction: implications for menopausal health.},
  author={Cathy A. Speed},
  journal={Menopause international},
  year={2007},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={88-9}
}
Physical activity is a well recognized approach to the enhancement of general health and wellbeing in both healthy and diseased populations. However, excessive activity can result in exercise-related menstrual dysfunction (ERMD), which can adversely affect bone health and increase the risk of infertility and cardiovascular events in later life. Physicians… CONTINUE READING