Treatment for ovarian failure/premature menopause?

Estrogen replacement. Depending on your symptoms that may be early ovarian failure, tests can be done to see if your estrogen level is low. You can also obtain an amh level to determine if your ovarian reserve is truly low. If you need to take estrogen supplementation, Progesterone will need to be given each cycle as well if you still have a uterus. Your age and any medical issues may determine if you can take estrogen.

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What is the treatment for premature ovarian failure / menopause symptoms?

POF. The full answer is extremely long and complex. The short answer is: for women not interested in conception hormone-replacement may be started for quality of life and bone preservation, for those seeking conception ivf with donated eggs is often a good (and sometimes only) answer. Read more...

Is there anyway to get my eggs back, I have been in premature menopause/ premature ovarian failer since I was 15 im 26 now. Help?

Premature menopause. If you were diagnosed with premature menopause it means your ovaries are not functioning the way they supposed to. If you have a genetic condition it would be very difficult to conceive naturally. I suggest you seek help from a reproductive obgyn. Read more...

Mum diagnosed with premature menopause. Doc ask to do hrt, she's just 45. Is there any side effects of this therapy? And is this a must?

Not always necessary. Hrt can help a number of problems. Women who take hrt generally feel better and maintain their bone density better but there are risks including cardiovascular risks and a slight increase in the risk of breast cancer. The decision whether or not to use hrt is a balancing act that is individualized for each patient. Read more...

Slim chance for premature ovarian failure treatment?

Yes. In general, the odds of conceiving with one's own eggs after a diagnosis of pof are very low. Since it can be associated with other glandular disorders and an increased risk for particular health problems, be sure to see a board certified reproductive endocrinologist on a regular basis. Read more...
It depends. Treatment to have a baby with one's own eggs would give a very slim chance of success. Using an egg donor would give a phenomenal chance of success! Read more...

What is a natural treatment for pre mature ovarian failure?

None. Premature ovarian failure is a significant condition. It should be properly evaluated as far as the cause as well as any associated problems such as poor bone health. It needs to be treated with estrogen in some form in order to prevent osteoporosis as well as heart disease in addition to physical symptoms and depression. It usually requires close following with a fertility specialist. Read more...

What might cause a thickened uterine lining in a woman with premature ovarian failure vs. One in natural menopause?

Estrogen excess. Endometrial thickening is usually due to excess estrogen effect on the uterine lining or infrequent ovulation. A polyp, submucus fibroid or (less commonly) an endometrial cancer can cause an abnormally thickened endometrial lining. Read more...

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...

Am I totally in menopause or premature ovarian failure? My doctor did a blood test and my results were: fsh=106.6 and estrogen: 20. I am 39 years old.

Prematue menopause. An fsh that high performed on cycle day 2 or 3 suggests ovarian failure. Since the average age of menopause is around 42, i would suggest repeating the test again at the correct cycle day. If a high value is repeated it confirms the conclusion. Read more...
Sounds like POI. It sounds like primary ovarian insufficiency or poi if your fsh level is that high at 39. This is not the same as natural menopause in your early 50's. Agree with dr s. That you need another fsh, lh and Estradiol test for confirmation - ideally on day 2 or 3 of your cycle if you're still having periods. You should be seeing a reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialist even if not ttc. Read more...