According to Morin-Papunen and colleagues, the findings support ‘earlier data showing a link between weight problems, hyperandrogenemia, and metabolic risks.’ The data fortify the support of documenting menstrual disorders at an early age, they say. Licensed from medwireNews with permission from Springer Healthcare Ltd. All rights reserved. Neither of these ongoing parties endorse or recommend any commercial products, services, or equipment.. Adolescent menstrual disorders linked to hyperandrogenemia By medwireNews Reporters Menstrual disorders in adolescence are associated with an increased risk for hyperandrogenemia, analysis shows.Five patients died following transplantation, despite a working graft. One patient died of sepsis and severe pancreatitis within four weeks after transplantation. Escherichia pseudomonas and coli species were identified from the blood culture. A duodenal perforation was found at the postmortem examination. A second patient passed away of a myocardial infarction six months after transplantation. Two sufferers died of infection during the first season after transplantation.