Not Pregnant At The Age Of 50 Years And Irregular Periods?
HealthReplies.com ,, my wife is 48 years old and I am 50 years old, we don’t have any children. We have only been married for 6 years, it’s been about 1 year that my wife isn’t menstruating, may I ask why?
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No menstruation for more than 3 months can be classified as amenorrhoea. If this condition occurs in women who previously had normal menstruation, then this condition is referred to as secondary amenorrhea. There are many causes of this condition, one of which is menopause. This menopause occurs when the ovaries (ovaries) are no longer able to produce eggs normally due to decreased production of the hormones estrogen and progesterone. This condition often occurs after women reach the age of 40 to 50 years.
In addition to menopause, various other conditions can also cause amenorrhea, including KB side effects, drug side effects, unhealthy lifestyles, hormonal imbalances, other chronic diseases, and so on. However, if you view the age of your wife, most likely indeed caused by menopause complaints.
Without intending to cut off your expectations, the chances of a woman who has gone through menopause can have very little children. Having children at the age of your wife who is more than 35 years old is also at risk of causing pregnancy disorders, childbirth problems, and also dangerous post-copy disorders. Therefore, if you and your partner still intend to have a baby, adoption is considered the right choice.
As long as there are no other complaints that your wife experiences, the condition is often harmless. However, most women who experience menopause will also experience a variety of other complaints, such as vaginal dryness, blushing, body heat, chills, excessive sweating, sleep disorders, mood disorders, increased body weight, hair loss, dry skin, and so on. If your wife feels burdened by her complaints at menopause, you can take her to see a doctor or a gynecologist directly so that they are handled well, okay?
I hope this helps.