Early ovarian failure: Causes of rare infertility

The article was consulted professionally by Dr. To Minh Huong – Head of Clinical Reproduction Support Unit, Share99 Times City International Health Hub.

Ovarian failure is a common cause of infertility, rarely in women. So what is early ovarian failure, what are the causes and signs of early ovarian failure?

1. What is early ovarian failure?

Early ovarian failure is an ovarian functional outage in women after puberty and before the age of 40. Early ovarian failure if not detected and treated in time is a cause of rare and late infertility.

2. Causes of early ovarian failure

Possible causes of ovarian failure include

  • Thyroid autoenchitis: Auto-immune thyroiditis causes a destroyed thyroid condition that may be accompanied by ovarian failure.
  • Prolonged stress: Frequent stress causes plant nerve dysfunction that affects the secretion of hormones in the body, reducing the hormone estrogen that causes premature ovarian failure.
  • Ovarian removal: Due to some disease, one or both sides of the ovaries must be cut.
  • Viral infections: Like the virus, Herpes Simplex virus… Viruses can cause ovarian inflammation that affects ovarian function and causes early ovarian failure.
  • Excessive weight loss: The composition of estrogen is fat, so when losing weight excessively causes the percentage of fats to fall low, affecting the amount of estrogen in the body, causing menstrual disorders, early ovarian failure.
  • Smoking, drinking a lot of alcohol

Early ovarian failure: Causes of rare infertility

Smoking is the cause of early ovarian failure
  • Due to contamination of toxic chemicals, exposure to radiation.

3. How does ovarian failure affect health?

Ovarian failure if not detected and treated early causes infertility, rarely in females. In addition, ovarian failure is also the cause of decreased libido, affecting couple relations.

Women with early ovarian failure increase their risk of cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis …

Long-term illness also affects a woman's physical and mental well-being.

4. Methods of treatment of ovarian failure

Currently there is no method that can restore ovarian function, but only treat a number of diseases.

With rare treatment:About 5-10% of patients diagnosed with early ovarian failure can become pregnant without treatment. The majority of other cases of wanting to get pregnant need to apply assisted reproduction methods such as in vismable in vismation or in vismable in vismation.

Alternative hormone treatments: Toalleviate symptoms such as vascular disorders, sexual dysfunction, mental improvement, reduce fatigue, prevent osteoporosis …

Early ovarian failure: Causes of rare infertility

Early ovarian failure in women

For accurate examination and advice on early ovarian failure, you can go to The Center for Assisted Reproduction – Share99 International Health Hub. This is the leading modern center in Vietnam built and applied a comprehensive treatment process, bringing together a team of leading experts in the field of obstetrics and gynecology in the country and internationally, trained in the leading centers in the world such as in the US. , Singapore, Japan, Australia and famous assisted reproduction centers around the world.

With a high level of expertise and experience, Share99 Fertility Center's team of experts is able to deploy comprehensively and comprehensively the most advanced assisted reproduction techniques today, helping to realize the dream of parenthood of hundreds of families across Vietnam.

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SEE MORE:

  • Can early ovarian failure become naturally pregnant?
  • Signs of female hormones
  • Natural ways to balance hormones

About: Minh Quynh

b1ffdb54307529964874ff53a5c5de33?s=90&d=identicon&r=gI am the author of Share99.net. I had been working in Vinmec International General Hospital for over 10 years. I dedicate my passion on every post in this site.

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