- Get enough nutrients
Eat more food or choose a high-calorie supplement if you are underweight, have low body fat, or are an athlete
- Look after your bones
Protect yourself from amenorrhea-related bone loss by taking 800 to 1,500 of calcium and 400 to 800 IU of vitamin D each day
- Get a checkup
Visit your doctor to find out if your amenorrhea is the result of a treatable medical problem
- Regulate your workouts
Balance hormone function by avoiding intense or excessive exercise
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