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43 yr old. Had tubal ligation, removal of ovary previously. Now, missed period. Premenopause, chances of concieving?

Hi there, I am 43 years old and had a tubal ligation approximately 15 years ago....I had one ovary removed due to a cyst . I had a healthy normal baby one year after that and mostly regular 28 day cycles. I have missed a period this time , almost 10 days overdue. Is this premenopause? Do I have chances of still conceiving ?
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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If you had tubal ligation after removing the cyst and delivered a baby, then, you have chances to conceive.

It is normal to get irregular periods for many factors:
- stress
- hormonal changes
- other organic disease

So, you can take the pregnancy test, if negative, then, it is due to hormonal changes. Can measure the hormone levels in blood.

All the best!
Answered: Mon, 2 Dec 2013
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