ea0048we3 | Workshop E: Disorders of the gonads | SFEEU2017
, Russell Sabina
, Baynes Chris
History: A 38-year-old Afghan lady was referred for investigation of secondary amenorrhoea. She had had no menstrual periods since her first spontaneous pregnancy, except when recently taking a combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP). When living abroad, she conceived on three further occasions with clomiphene induction, resulting in two live births and one miscarriage. In addition, it was noted that she had never been able to breast-feed any of her children. She did not have ...