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Sore nipples, lightheadedness after removal of ovary. Sign of early menopause?

I had a Dermoid Cyst 2 years ago and they ended up removing my ovary . Well its been 2 years now and i notice changes in me my nipples are always sore nausea and i get very light headed it wasnt Bengin. Can i be going into early metopause or could it be something else maybe not even related to this at all i bet could be a bunch of things just not sure.
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Hello ma'am and welcome.

You have failed to mention a very important aspect in your query, your age. Based on your age we can estimate if your symptoms could in fact be related to menopause or if they are purely hormonal due to the removal of your ovary.

Either way, you should visit your doctor for a check on hormonal levels and accordingly get them corrected.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Tue, 24 Jun 2014
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