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Ovarian failure (idiopathic)

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Description of Ovarian failure (idiopathic)

Ovarian failure (idiopathic): Premature loss of ovarian function that occurs after menarche but before the age of 40. The etiology is unclear. When there are primordial follicles present in the OVARY, premature ovarian failure may be intermittent and reversible. At times, in response to GONADOTROPIN these ovaries produce estrogen and ovulate even resulting in pregnancies.
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