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How long does it take for periods to stop after premature ovarian failure?
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Dr. David Geffner
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
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Amenorhhea is what brings women in to see a gynecologist or endocrinologist.
The ovarian failure may actually occur a few months before, but unless a woman is trying to get pregnant, it is the absence of a menstrual period that brings women in. That is the time when blood tests suggest the problem is primarily ovarian.

In brief: Immediatly
Amenorhhea is what brings women in to see a gynecologist or endocrinologist.
The ovarian failure may actually occur a few months before, but unless a woman is trying to get pregnant, it is the absence of a menstrual period that brings women in. That is the time when blood tests suggest the problem is primarily ovarian.
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