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Doctor insights on: Dhea And Premature Ovarian Failure

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Possible to have premature ovarian failure?

Possible to have premature ovarian failure?

Yes: Usually you draw an fsh and if it is higher than 25-30 you are in menopause. ...Read more

Dr. Chevies Newman
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Premature (Definition)

Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more


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What are the symptoms of premature ovarian failure?

What are the symptoms of premature ovarian failure?

See below: Most symptoms are associated with low estrogen, including irregular period, or no period, mood swing, hot flush, sleeping problem, vaginal dryness, osteoporosis, decreased sexual desires, and infertility. ...Read more

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How can you have a youngun if you have premature ovarian failure?

How can you have a youngun if you have premature ovarian failure?

Yes!: The best treatment for having a "youngun" after a diagnosis of premature ovarian failure is by undergoing in-vitro fertilization (ivf) using an egg donor. In our program (here in florida), the odds of success with this would be over 75%! ...Read more

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Can MS cause premature ovarian failure?

Can MS cause premature ovarian failure?

Not directly: Ovarian function can be affected secondarily, if lesions appear in the hypothalamic-pituitary pathways, but perhaps the most direct way likely involves many of the meds we use in ms. All are potentially teratogenic, but Aubagio has the only black box in the pdr for pregnancy, and might be the riskiest of all. Do not really have full knowledge of hormonal effects of the newer drugs currently. ...Read more

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What do docs. Do if premature ovarian failure?

What do docs. Do if premature ovarian failure?

POI not POF ...: Primary ovarian insufficiency is a much better term - it's not 'failure' or 'menopause' necessarily. We confirm the diagnosis, look for genetic problems like turner syndrome or fragile x and test for autoimmune adrenal disease - these things may affect your health. Treatment may involve hormonal replacement. 5-10% of women with poi get pregnant on their own, but you may need donor eggs to conceive. ...Read more

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How do chromosomal irregularities relate to premature ovarian failure?

How do chromosomal irregularities relate to premature ovarian failure?

Depends on age: If the premature ovarian failure is diagnosed before the age of 40, chromosomal abnormality must generally be ruled out. It could be related to ovarian cancer risk. ...Read more

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Can a home menopause test work for testing for premature ovarian failure?

Can a home menopause test work for testing for premature ovarian failure?

No: There is a blood test called fsh that can determine if you are in the menopause. Generally levels greater than 25-30 are suggestive of the menopause. Premature ovarian failure (pof) is the cessation of menses before the age of 38; and the most common cause in premature menopause. If you have pof, you should consult your gyn because it can sometimes be associated with other endocrine disorders. ...Read more

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Premature ovarian failure and under active thyroid. Am i at risk for other conditions?

Yes: Osteoporosis, hypercholesterolnemia, early onset heart disease, weight gain, and sexual dysfunction just to name a few. If you still have your uterus intact ask your gyn about hrt with estrogen/progesterone. A small dose of testosterone may also be needed. In addition, if you are hypothyroid it is very important that you be placed on supplementation for that as well. ...Read more

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What are the signs of premature ovarian failure in teens and young adults? How common is this problem and can it be reversed?

What are the signs of premature ovarian failure in teens and young adults? How common is this problem and can it be reversed?

Very rare: Premature ovarian failure is possible but not a common diagnosis in a teenager. Polycystic ovarian syndrome and other hormonal problems are much more common causes of primary or secondary amenorrhea. A pediatric endocrinologist can clarify this issue for you. ...Read more

Dr. Scott Roseff
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Premature Ovarian Failure (Definition)

Premature ovarian failure is a medical condition in which a female stops producing eggs before the age of 35. In other words, affected females begin ...Read more


Dhea (Definition)

Dhea= dihydroepiandrosterone ...Read more