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Sheehan Syndrome

Symptoms and Signs of Sheehan Syndrome

The symptoms of Sheehan syndrome include an inability to breast-feed (as the breast milk never “comes in”), fatigue, a lack of menstrual bleeding, the loss of pubic and axillary hair, and low blood pressure. Most of these symptoms, aside from the inability to breast-feed, may not present themselves for several years after the birth. 

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