This can happen if the mother is puzzled by the girl's complaints of pain during defecation or urination.
The main triad of symptoms of dysplasia in all patients are the absence of menstruation, abdominal pain and the inability to become pregnant.
For the correct diagnosis, methods are usually used: interviewing the patient; gynecological examination; vaginoscopy; delivery of laboratory tests (blood, urine, sowing a smear from the vagina, etc.); screening (especially hormonal); Ultrasound diagnostics of the pelvic organs; laparoscopy; MRI.
Timely diagnosis of aplasia is especially important, since the main function of the female body is reproductive. It is important to establish the correct diagnosis, as well as the degree and form of aplasia, which will allow the woman to choose the right method of cenforce the disease.
At the stage of collecting an anamnesis, it is important to find out everything about the monthly cycle: when it began and how it was established. In most girls with aplasia, the cycle begins late or there are no periods at all, although there should be a cycle by age.