Title, Synopsis and Publications Investigators and Collaborators
Menstrual irregularity as a predictor of metabolic disease and adverse reproductive health outcomes
Given that menstrual irregularity underpins polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and its diagnosis[2], it may be anearly indicator for not only PCOS, but also metabolic syndrome, infertility, adverse pregnancy outcomes and early menopause. However, the link between menstrual irregularities and metabolic or adverse reproductive health outcomes remains unclear especially in theAustralian population.

Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Anju Joham
Prof Helena Teede
Assoc. Prof. Arul Earnest
Ms Sylvia Kiconco