Menstrual disorders often caring are obese women, because of ovarian function in vivo system disorders, lead to hormonal imbalance, cause menstruation or abnormal ovarian function. Why are obese women more prone to menstrual disorders? Obese women with menstrual disorders are often due to dysfunction of the hypothalamus pituitary ovary axis system in the body, resulting in imbalance of hormones in the body, resulting in too little menstruation or abnormal ovarian function. Because obese women more body fat, and fat tissue containing aromatase and 5 alpha reductase, the former can be androgen to estrogen when aromatase increased (, estrogen levels continue to rise, harm the normal ovulatory function. At the same time, 5 alpha reductase increased testosterone can also make the conversion of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) increased, causing hirsutism and acne. In addition, obesity plays an important role in ovarian function, characterized by abnormal follicular development, ovulation dysfunction and dysplasia. The failure of the ovary can significantly affect the menstrual cycle, sexual function and fertility. As a result, obese people often fail to procreate and are prone to functional uterine bleeding or amenorrhea. Can menstruation return to normal after losing weight? For such obese patients, weight loss is a temporary solution. Western medicine often by adding hormone to patients, adjust the proportion of estrogen and androgen in patients, promote ovulation methods and drugs to regulate menstruation, so that it returned to normal. At the same time, pay attention to the application of hormones, must be under the guidance of professional doctors, careful use. Need to remind is that patients had better not blindly take weight loss drugs to control weight, otherwise it will backfire, further lead to obesity and menstrual disorders of the vicious circle. This is because the hormone in the diet drug is likely to break the body's own hormones and the interaction between each other and the relationship between each other. When a hormone level is insufficient or excessive, it will cause a variety of hormone secretion inhibition or excessive release of the chain reaction, it can be described as "one move and affect the whole body."". Once each hormone balance is broken, the consequences are extremely serious, not only menstruation occurs, side effects of gynecological cancer, osteoporosis, obesity and other hormones may be followed, and the more general consequences is to resist their normal secretion of hormones.