It takes three months of not having monthly bleeding and an exclusion of a possible pregnancy for a diagnosis of amenorrhea. This alteration is not a very serious problem and it is usually recommended that women lead a healthy lifestyle by following a healthy and balanced diet. In addition, it is important to moderate physical exercise, since high-performance sports activity is a risk factor for amenorrhea.
When these solutions are not sufficient to restore normal ovulatory activity, it will be necessary to resort to hormonal treatment. However, this should only be done under medical supervision.