In part one of this helpsheet we looked closely at the facts regarding premature menopause and the chances of pregnancy after your diagnosis. After studying these statistics we went on to look at donor eggs
Most women who learn they’re prematurely menopausal, whether naturally or through surgery, find the loss of fertility one of the toughest things to handle about their condition. Even those women who already have children find this very difficult to deal with.
Recently, we explored the range of emotional and mental symptoms that often go along with an early menopause diagnosis. We looked at practical ways of coping with this new reality and the feelings of sadness
The emotional symptoms of premature menopause aren’t as clear-cut as the physical ones. If you don’t know that you’re going through menopause prematurely, you may start wondering just what is going on.
Often, since you’re not expecting menopause at such an early age, you won’t notice that your periods are getting irregular. Sure, you’re a few days late, or your flow is lighter or heavier, but since you’re not thinking menopause, you can easily overlook these signals.