Monday, March 16, 2009

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Link to the same post in the new blog: Fertility in Early Menopause

Fertility in Early Menopause

By John Gibb
Fertility in Early Menopause
A fertile woman's ovaries are producing eggs and she has normal levels of estrogen.
In early menopause, the symptoms that are most common are the hot flashes/night sweats, irregular periods, and irregular bleeding. In early menopause, hormone levels fluctuate and may make your symptoms more or less intense each month. It is possible for pregnancy to occur during early menopause.

Pregnancy and Early Menopausal Symptoms

Pregnancy may cause nausea and vomiting. Mood swings, fatigue, food cravings and/or food aversions. Muscle aches and pains and headaches also may be experienced during pregnancy. Missing periods and irregular bleeding also occur during pregnancy.

Early menopause symptoms include mood swings, increased appetite, muscle and joint pain, and chronic headaches. We can't leave out the hot flashes and night sweats. Early menopause can also cause erratic moods, depression and sleep problems.

It is recommended that if you have any of these symptoms to get a physical exam to rule out something more serious and to see if you are in fact pregnant. You could also be starting menopause. You and your doctor can determine the cause(s) of your symptoms.

Fertility in Menopause

As has already been mentioned, in order for pregnancy to occur, a woman's reproductive system must be intact. Her ovaries must still be producing eggs and she must have adequate levels of estrogen to support the pregnancy. Tracking your symptoms may help to reach the cause of your symptoms that much quicker.

Fertility is possible when adequate levels of estrogen are present. Therefore, in any month during early menopause pregnancy could occur. It's possible that the symptoms do not add up to a pregnancy until you are examined.

Around the age of 35, a woman's fertility begins to lessen. An early menopausal pregnancy may be planned or not. You are considered to be in menopause when you stop producing eggs and when you have not had a menstrual period for one year or more.


Before considering adding any treatment to your health regimen, talk to your physician. Early menopause treatments such as HRT-hormone- replacement therapy is effective but with some very serious side effects. Pregnancy is not an illness; it is the development of a baby. Nothing should be taken during pregnancy without your doctor's approval. There are medications that could get to your baby and anomalies might occur. That being said, there is treatment for early menopause. Herbal supplements are safe and effective; however they could affect prescription drugs you might be taking for other health conditions.

Herbals supplements of the highest quality will have aggressively tested the ingredients' on the molecular level to determine their metabolic path. How the ingredients' interact is also a sure way to guarantee their compatibility. They are manufactured according to pharmaceutical grade standards.


Early menopause and pregnancy have similar symptoms so it is highly recommended if you have any of these symptoms that you go to your doctor to rule anything. There is relief whether pregnant or not. Many people choose herbal supplements that are every bit as effective as traditional treatments but they have few side effects if any. The reigning question is "Can a woman experience fertility in early menopause?" The answer is yes, a woman can be fertile in early menopause.




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