It has been reported that women can become pregnant after diagnosis and treatment of diseases causing menstrual disorders.
Gynecologist-Obstetrician Op. Dr. Dr. Selen Sakar Ecemis, hormonal supplements intended for medical purposes after diagnosis of diseases causing menstrual irregularities and pregnancy with assisted reproduction techniques, can be supplied.
According to the T24 reports, Bahçeci Ankara Center IVF Center of obstetrics and gynecology Op. Dr. Selen Sakar Ecemis, the menstrual irregularity prevented pregnancy or infertility from causing serious problems, such as women's restlessness. For women, the menstrual period is less than 21 days or more than 35 days defined as denmenstrual irregularity of aden. Dr. Selen Sakar Ecemis said:
This problem can also cause problems with getting pregnant. Pregnancy can be obtained with hormonal supplements and techniques of assisted reproduction of pregnancy.
"Hormone supplements can be made"
When the hormonal cycle stimulating the ovaries in the brain does not work, women themselves do not see any menstruation. These deficient hormones are supplemented with ovulation and pregnancy is achieved by controlling the pair with the appropriate assisted reproduction technique. In cases where menstruation can not be seen, genetic syndrome, known as swelling syndrome, is not due to legal restrictions in our country to allow pregnancy with its own eggs in women during menopause.
"May be the cause of the disease"
There are many different reasons for women, which is an extremely important issue for women. There are different reasons why the woman is irregular and has little or no menstruation. The development of the ovaries, uterus or vagina, particularly intracranial tumors and genetic problems involving the pituitary gland, is not evoked. In addition, when a woman's normal menstrual period is cut off, the case is defined as Bun's menstrual period.
Op. Dr. Selen Sakar Ecemis causes the absence of such cases to occur as follows:
Excessive stress states, sudden weight loss or weight loss, eating disorders such as polycystic ovaries, thyroid disorders, high prolactin hormone, antidepressants, medicines used to treat various health problems, excessive exercise, ovarian and brain tumors, ovaries or uterus, some conditions associated with postpartum bleeding, radiotherapy or chemotherapy, and intrauterine adhesions following abortion.