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Name: Karen

Hello, I am 52. I started menopause last summer. The symptoms were unacceptable to me and I am now on hormone replacement therapy. I plan to stay on this therapy for a few years. I am doing much better now though I am not the same as before and wish I was. I am wondering. In view of all this, could I become pregnant now or in the future or are my child-bearing days over?


At age 52, with no menstrual periods, you are menopausal.
This means that your ovaries are no longer producing estrogens, progesterone and testosterone. It also means that you have no further eggs left in the ovaries and therefore cannot become pregnant.

Phillip Warner, M.D.
Power Surge Medical Consultant
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