Periods suddenly stopped june 2011, seen gp in dec/11 bloods show poss menopause but gyne doing tests to rule other reasons what are these test am 35?

Premature menopause. Premature ovarian failure, or premature menopause may be your diagnosis. Yet your doctor needs to make sure that is not something else , that can be treated, causing all this.
Prolact. Other causes of amenorrhea (loss of periods) include pituitary problems such as excess prolactin - a hormone that normally goes up during pregnancy and breast feeding, but when produced in excess interferes with estrogen production. Excess androgens (male hormones) can cause amenorrhea, too. So can thyroid disease, eating disorders, chronic illness, psychological stress, and of course, pregnancy.