Menopause is too late

Introduction

Introduction

Ovarian tumors that cause delayed menopause are mainly ovarian granulosa cell tumors and follicular cell tumors. The former is a low-grade malignant tumor, and the latter is a benign ovarian tumor. Sometimes these two tumors can be combined at the same time. Menopausal women with ovarian granulosa cell tumor or ovarian cell tumor, except for menstrual disorders, delayed menopause, most of the other symptoms. Therefore, the age of menopause has become an important information for ovarian granulosa cell tumors and follicular cell tumors. Menopausal women over the age of 53 still have no warning about menopause.

Pathogen

Cause

Ovarian tumors that cause delayed menopause are mainly ovarian granulosa cell tumors and follicular cell tumors. The former is a low-grade malignant tumor, and the latter is a benign ovarian tumor. Sometimes these two tumors can be combined at the same time. Menopausal women with ovarian granulosa cell tumor or ovarian cell tumor, except for menstrual disorders, delayed menopause, most of the other symptoms.

Examine

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Related inspection

Ovarian function test ovarian tumor marker age check

When there is a long delay. Patients can usually go to the gynecological clinic for gynecological pelvic examination, except for those whose tumor volume is too small. Most of the ovarian enlargement can be found on the affected side. For those who are late, whether the ovarian volume is increased or not, B-ultrasound should be performed to confirm whether there is ovarian tumor, and if necessary, pelvic CT scan. After imaging diagnosis of ovarian tumors, blood samples can be taken to check the ovarian tumor markers CAl25 and sex hormones to further determine the nature of ovarian tumors. If ovarian epithelial tumors, the level of CAl25 is significantly increased; if it is ovarian granulosa cell tumor Or in patients with follicular cell tumors, the level of sex hormones is significantly increased.

Diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

Postmenopausal bleeding: Postmenopausal bleeding is not a disease, but a clinical symptom. As people's lives continue to improve, women's life expectancy is gradually extended, one-third of life is spent after menopause, a series of geriatric diseases are coming one after another, and postmenopausal bleeding is one of the most common symptoms.

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Premature menopause: Early menopause is due to women's ovarian function decline, estrogen levels are reduced, and estrogen levels are reduced, there will be a series of symptoms of menopausal syndrome, such as hot flashes, sweating, insomnia, headache, blood pressure Stable, heart palpitations, bone and joint pain, etc.; reproductive organs gradually shrink, resulting in vaginal dryness, genital itching, sexual life disorders, and frequent urination, urgency, unable to hold urine and other discomfort, can also produce osteoporosis, abnormal lipid metabolism, etc. It is a greater hazard to women's health.

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