Scientists have announced a new test to accurately determine when menopause starts
I’m talking about fertility here and desire very natural to try to regulate when you have a baby. As more women are continuing their careers with families, and even more are delaying starting a family, you might think that the recent announcement of an accurate test to determine when menopause will start would be very welcome.
And on some level, of course it is, but this blood test can determine such a young woman as 20 how long it has left to start a family and could predict when a woman will go through menopause for within four months. The kit, which could be on sale in three years, is in my opinion, the classic double edged sword. On the one hand, it is never wise to trust one hundred percent on any test to say something as critically important as if you still have time to start a family.
seems that this test is aimed at women aged 30 to 40 who want a guarantee that if menopause is fast approaching they can either decide to try for a family right away or
freeze some eggs for use at a later date. The reality is that women are born with all the eggs they have and with age they age with us. That means there all risks of pregnancy and after aging eggs as pregnancy becomes less viable the time and assured that there is no guarantee – whatever the test says -. That pregnancy will happen, and will be carried healthily to term
subject this test for this test are an extremely small number – rather as the initial tests for HRT – but was reported at the European Society of Human Embryology and recently their predictions for menopause have been accurate reproduction four months the average forecast and the worst were only three or four years. That seems to have been quite a large margin of error for me, but certainly at the time the test was launched in the market that will have solved it.
Stuart Lavery, consultant gynecologist and director of IVF at Hammersmith Hospital in London, said: “Contraception has given women control over when to have children This new technology is giving control in one respect. more positive, in terms of options to keep open to having children. ‘But he also warned that a good test result does not necessarily mean that women will conceive. of all good, and if your forecast gives 3 to 4 months certainly not enough time to explore their own prenatal health or find out if your partner is fertile.
a more realistic view is taken by Dr. Dagan Wells of the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Oxford, who described the research as “very exciting, but even if it turns out to be a very good estimate of the age of menopause, fertility is drastically reduced in the years before that. If menopause occurs at age 50 or 52, fertility is really going to be more than five years before that. “
in Part This article will discuss the problems associated with being a mother at an older age.
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