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In modern society, women have been participating and playing a huge role in labor and socio-economic activities. They are gradually equal to men in shouldering many responsibilities and social work. . Besides the positive aspects of this progress, women also have to suffer negative impacts on their health in general and especially on the reproductive health of young women in particular. In an unfavorable working environment, women are sometimes exposed to toxic chemicals, environmental pollution, air pollution, noise pollution… In addition, in modern society, women In the office environment, people still have to face pressure, tension, stress… All of the above beneficial factors more or less negatively affect reproductive life, causing consequences such as infertility and infertility. late. The most prominent problem is premature ovarian failure in women of reproductive age.


Premature ovarian failure is understood as the loss of reproductive and endocrine function of the ovaries in women after puberty and before age 40. Premature ovarian failure can develop as early as puberty or It can also be congenital with many different causes.

Suggested symptoms of premature ovarian failure can be: Menstrual disorders, dry skin, easy hair loss or can cause hot flashes, insomnia and sweating, and can also cause erectile dysfunction. sexual desire, emotional disorders…

Women with premature ovarian failure will cause a decrease in the number of ovarian follicles and/or cause ovarian dysfunction, the consequence of which is difficulty having children and infertility. in women. Most women with primary ovarian failure are infertile (unable to get pregnant), which is considered a tragedy for women who experience this condition while still of reproductive age or pregnant. intention to have children. A small number of women diagnosed with premature ovarian failure can still conceive naturally, and nearly half of women with premature ovarian failure still have ovarian endocrine function after diagnosis. ovarian failure present. However, in reality, it is difficult for a woman with ovarian failure to become pregnant naturally, and in most cases women with this disease become pregnant through treatment methods such as donation. eggs and fertility drugs.

So what is the question often asked by women with ovarian failure:

If I am diagnosed with ovarian failure, is this the end of my ability to have children?
If I have ovarian failure and want to have children, do I have to ask for eggs?

The answer is NO, ovarian failure is not the end of everything. A woman with ovarian failure still has the ability to conceive naturally or have children with her own eggs. However, we must understand that being able to have children naturally or with eggs on our own is IMPOSSIBLE.


A real story the doctor encountered. Earlier this year, Ms. L.K.C – a former customer of IVF Phuong Chau texted to wish Tet and told her the good news that she had just successfully welcomed a handsome baby boy and became a doctor. The special thing that made the doctor happy here was This baby boy was conceived naturally while his mother had an egg request.

At the beginning of 2022, at the age of 36, having been expecting a child for 4 years, Ms. C came for a check-up at IVF Phuong Chau and learned that she had ovarian failure with an AMH index=0.2 ng/ml (AMH is the abbreviation for Anti -Mullerian Hormone, a test index to evaluate ovarian reserve). The doctor advised her to undergo in vitro fertilization to consider the possibility of needing eggs. The choice was to try to use hormone supplementation therapy along with nutritional supplements to try and monitor to get her own eggs. Actually, this is a huge challenge for the treating doctor as well as Ms. C. herself because the AMH index is too low.

After 3 months of monitoring, she monitored the number of follicles at the beginning of her cycle. For 2 consecutive months, there were no secondary follicles. In the 3rd month, there was only a single follicle. Because the follicles were too few, she was not confident enough to start. treatment, she chose to postpone it until next month. Fortunately, the next month she waited forever and was 10 days late for her period. The consulting doctor took a pregnancy test and discovered she was pregnant, to the surprise and indescribable joy of Ms. C. and the treating doctor.

Ms. C.’s lucky story shows that ovarian failure doesn’t mean you can’t have children naturally or have to ask for eggs. There are still treatments and support to be able to have children. However, we cannot wait for luck but need to intervene and treat in the right direction to achieve high treatment effectiveness.

A few things that doctors advise women is that to prevent premature ovarian failure, you need to create good health habits, avoid toxic living and working environments, and avoid excessive worry and stress.

When you intend to delay having children, you should go for a checkup and consult an infertility doctor. It is necessary to go for examination and early screening for ovarian failure when there are signs: menstrual periods become less and less frequent, and symptoms of menopause appear such as: frustration, irritability, vaginal dryness… Once you have determined that you have ovarian failure, go for treatment at an infertility treatment facility to get advice from a doctor on appropriate treatment options and appropriate supportive medication.

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