Please if you can help me with translation of attached medical report (I didn't attached the whole list of blood tests, just the conclusion)
Hello. These tests did not reveal cause of your problems, there are no significant abnormalities. Although, the central hypogonadism cannot be excluded, which means, that the centers in the brain that control the gonads probably do not function properly. You should consult your gynecologist or/and endocrinologist, who recommended these tests. If the cause of amenorrhea (absence of a menstrual period) remains uncertain, MRI of hypophyseal gland should be done.
"Conclusion: The function of thyroid gland is normal - according to physical examination and lab tests. Thyroid shows no signs of autoimmune disease. Values of other hormonal tests are also normal. No significant abnormalities were found in complete blood count and biochemical blood tests.
Secondary amenorhea, endometriosis in the past medical history. Patient is under control of endocrinologist in VFN (Clinic of obstetrics and gynecology), to whom we refer her for further controls. Values of LH and FSH do not exclude possibility od central hypogonadism, but we do not have previous results from gynecology at disposal. If the diagnose of hypogonadism and cause of amenorrhea remains uncertain, we recommend MRI of a pituitary gland".