Loss of menstruation before being 40 may indicate premature ovarian failure (POF). Women who experience POF are unable to get pregnant naturally.
Tag: hormone replacement therapy
Disorders caused by the thyroid gland may lead to female fertility problems. Women having trouble getting pregnant should take a thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test.
Perimenopause is the transition period until menopause. It usually happens in women between 40 and 48 years old and many of them experience recurrent symptoms.
Women with thyroid problems can get pregnant, but it is important that they visit a doctor, so that they can start a hormone replace therapy.