Menopause Symptoms

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Infertility and early menopause symptomsInfertility or inability to conceive a child is considered to be one of the major symptoms of early menopause and its most deplorable cause at the same time. Menopausal women are infertile because their ovaries don’t produce eggs anymore. Though a woman may have her periods and everything may seem to be perfect, she can’t can’t get pregnant anyway. That is why a great many women learn that they are entering early menopause only when they go to the doctor to determine why they’re not getting pregnant. So their infertility turns out to be an early menopause symptom. When it comes to infertility problems your doctor gives you a special test to determine the levels of FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone).

What can you do about infertility? Well, it’s a very difficult question to answer. No one can be certain whether in this or that particular case the natural ability to conceive and bear children can be restored or it cannot. But what we can be certain about is that in some cases infertility may be prevented. Here are some pieces of advise:

– avoid alcohol,
– avoid smoking,
– reduce caffeine consumption,
– keep fit to control normal weight,
– but avoid excessive exercise,
– control diseases such as diabetes,
– start treating sexually transmitted diseases as soon as possible,
– and alcohol intake,
– use birth control to prevent unwanted pregnancy and abortions.

These are non-medical ways of infertility treatment. “Prevention is better than cure” is a very strong saying, surely. But when you are already infertile you will need something stronger. Ask your doctor whether you can use fertility medications that stimulate the ovaries to produce eggs. There is always hope.

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