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Is there any medical or surgical way to attain menopause for a neuroparalytic patient?

respected sir,madam i had a request to know ur suggestion.my aunty is a neuroparalytic.she cannot move around since her right leg is paralysed.she is a hypertensive n she had brain hemmorrhage an year and a half approximately and a surgery was done..my question is there any medical or surgical way to attain menopause.she is 48 yr old.ur suggestion would b helpful thanking you
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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She is near to attain menopause so she can go for thermal ballon ablation therapy to get surgical menopause or can undergo surgical removal of uterus i.e. Hysterectomy.Effect of thermal ballon therapy usually last for 5-6 years and by that time she will ger natural menopause.
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