Constitutional types of women - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment .MF .

August 12, 2017 17:52 | In Gynecology

often required to assess the woman's appearance for the diagnosis, identify some of the characteristic signs of disease.

are the following main types of constitution:

a) infantile (hypoplastic);

b) hypersthenic (pyknic);

c) intersexual;

g) asthenic.

infantile type of addition can be described as follows: a small or medium height, narrow hips, underdeveloped breasts and genitals, both external and internal.Women have a menstrual period begins the constitution, as a rule, late and irregular wear painful character.

hypersthenic type is characterized by average growth, narrow shoulder girdle and pelvis normal, well-developed subcutaneous fat layer.This is the most common type and, thus, the best in terms of the state of the reproductive system.The majority of these women no specific function is not impaired.

intersex type is different enough full differentiation of a number of sexual characteristics that are often reflected in the appearance of women.Many of them have a relatively high growth, mass

ive skeleton, a wide shoulder belt.Often there is an increased hair growth on the legs and in the anus.The most common problems among women with such a constitution - a variety of menstrual dysfunction, infertility, decreased libido.

asthenic type is characterized by a decrease in muscle tone, external weakness, fragility.Because of the weak ligaments and tissue-connecting devices, such women often suffer from the excesses of the uterus prolapse and vaginal walls after childbirth.Furthermore, in the group of women with this type of addition are observed painful menstruation (dysmenorrhoea, algomenoreya), constipation, feeling of heaviness in the lower abdomen.

However, constitutions described four types of rare in "pure" form.When their assessment must take into account factors such as lifestyle, diet, age, which will undoubtedly affect the appearance of the woman.It is also worth to know: the characteristic of the disease for a particular type of largely conventional, and in any case for a diagnosis, a more careful examination of the individual patient.