Azoospermia in Men, Premature Menopause in Women

Gynecology, Obstetrics and IVF Specialist Op. Dr. Seval Taşdemir told you about the miracle methods applied in azoospermia in men and early menopause in women.

It is possible to become a father with azoospermia treatments

Azoospermia in men is a condition that prevents natural conceptions of children. Therefore, the ailment that causes azoospermia should be eliminated. It occurs in obstructive or nonobstructive conditions. When the discomfort that causes azoospermia is eliminated in obstructive conditions, the man can have a child naturally. However, most of the time azoospermia occurs due to nonobstructive reasons. This is an indication that there is a malfunction in the testicles.

Generally, sperm cells can be found in small amounts in the sperm analysis to be performed after drug treatment in patients diagnosed with nonobstructive azoospermia. These sperm collected several times are collected and can be used for IVF treatment. In this way, people with azoospermia can become fathers. However, patients who still do not have sperm cells as a result of the treatment should have MikroTESE surgery.

Early menopause can be delayed

Cessation of menstrual bleeding before the age of 40 is called premature menopause. In this rare case, the ovaries do not function. Treatment is very important in early menopause, in cases of early menopause, the problem of osteoporosis starts at an early age and causes serious irreversible bone weakness. Cessation of menstrual bleeding (amenorrhea) at this age can also be seen due to adhesions formed in the uterus after sudden weight loss, excessive exercise, stress, abortion or other surgical procedures. In cases of amenorrhea, a physician should be consulted, as bone loss may occur due to a decrease in estrogen hormone.

In this case, estrogen and progesterone treatment is applied to eliminate menopausal osteoporosis, vaginal dryness and similar findings. If the patient has a high prolactin (milk production hormone) level, bromocriptine treatment should be applied. If the patient has a deficiency of some hormones, such as thyroid hormones, these hormones are supplemented.

In addition, people with a family history of early menopause and those at risk can also have ovarian freezing. People with insufficient egg numbers due to hormonal disorders and patients may apply for egg freezing before surgical interventions that will affect their ovarian reserves closely.

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