Premature Ovarian Failure occurs in women before they reach 40 years in age and the condition can be brought about due to several causes, including undergoing chemotherapy. In this condition, the women may stop having regular periods and their capacity to become pregnant also is considerably reduced though not completely ruled out. Missed periods are the major symptoms. Other symptoms may be similar to the ones women experience during menopause.
HOW IS PREMATURE OVARIAN FAILURE DIAGNOSED?
A gynecologist orders the follows test to diagnose premature ovarian failure:
1. Pregnancy test
2. Follicle Stimulating Hormone test
3. Estradiol Test
4. Prolactin Test
6. FMR1 gene testing
HOW IS PREMATURE OVARIAN FAILURE TREATED?
The treatment of Premature Ovarian Failure focuses on the problems that arise from estrogen deficiency. In such a case, the doctor treats Premature Ovarian Failure by
DID YOU KNOW?
Infertility is a common result of Premature Ovarian Failure.