Primary ovarian insufficiency

What is Primary ovarian insufficiency?

Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI) is the term used to describe when a woman’s ovaries stop working normally before she reaches the age of 40.

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Hi, I have an underactive thyroid. My vitamin d result was 73.5, lab range is 75-250. Could this be contributing to my...

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No. Mildly reduced Vitamin D has little to do with underactive thyroid.

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I understand that you suffer from...

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Hello Doctor, besides hypothyroidism (taking 75mcg Thyronorm since 5 years), I also have been seeing high ESR rate in blood tests since 3 or 4...

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Rheumatoid arthritis to be ruled out

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