Diagnosed with POF at age 30?

  1. Patricia-76
    Patricia-76

    Hello,

    I have a family history of premature ovarian failure (both my aunt and my mom at ages 34 and 35 respectively). It’s becoming increasingly worrying because I’m considering becoming a mom now. And, by coincidence, I did my regular hormone analysis on September, 14, because I have my gynecological check-up next week. I give you the results of the test:

    Progesterone: 0.8
    Prolactin: 10.3
    FSH 4.60
    17β-estradiol: 43
    LH 1.70
    TSH: 2.85
    Free t4: 0.93
    Free t3: 2.94

    The lab specialist told me such values may be an indicator of POF, since they are a bit low. What is your opinion? BTW, I use NuvaRing for what it is worth.

    S.O.S.!!!!

    09/16/2015 at 6:20 pm
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  2. Hello,

    In light of the results of your hormone analysis, I can say there is no reason to worry because every parameter is within its normal levels.

    However, even if this analysis is not an indicator of POF, I recommend that you continue to take hormone analysis once a year to monitor how hormonal variations develop (in case there is any).

    Best regards.

    09/16/2015 at 6:26 pm
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