Disorders of female reproductive system, Biology

DISORDERS OF FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM -

(i)         Sterility

(ii)     Menstrual irregularity - This may be amenorrhea (absence of M.C.) or excessive bleeding (dysmenorrhea).

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