Premature menopause is not so rare as it sometimes seems, but in some cases it is possible to prevent it. Here are some most common causes of premature menopause.
Removing the ovaries, women face with imminent menopause. Other types of surgery in this body area can cause irregular blood flow to the ovaries, causing the death of the follicle.
Premature ovarian failure
If early menopause occurs after 30 or even 20, then it is most likely caused by a disease, which leads to premature ovarian failure. In this case, it is necessary to carry out all diagnostic procedures, which will help provide treatment.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome
This disorder affects ovulation, causing inflammation and scarring, which damage and destroy the follicles. Early treatment can prevent premature menopause, so it is important to see a doctor and not to delay the treatment.
They include insulin-dependent diabetes, hypothyroidism, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus. In some cases, properly chosen therapy significantly reduces the risk of early menopause.
Chemotherapy and radiation often cause menopause. Women take tamoxifen to reduce the risk of breast cancer, which may also affect the ovaries negatively.