Omuku Samuel, a gynaecologist at the Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa, has said women at menopause can still bear children with the aid of Invitro- Fertilisation (IVF).
Samuel explained this in an interview with NAN in Yenagoa on Wednesday.
The gynaecologist said that the oestrogen of such women that were lost could be regenerated medically to keep them healthy and strong enough to bear children.
“The IVF process is not difficult; it is normally carried out with the help of doctors. The process is by joining the female and male sperms together; this can help the persons to have many kids as they want, he said”.
”Menopause does not start suddenly, it occurs gradually and it can take up to five years before it can be noticed. Menopause starts between the ages of 45 and 55 in a woman. Yes, there are some components that make the woman look younger like the oestrogen hormones. Once a woman lacks such component, her breast and vagina becomes dry, he added”.
The oestrogen maintains the woman’s private part; signs of menopause include waist and back pain, heat and hot flashes.
Samuel advised women who have reached the menopause age, not to lose hope because IVF can enable them to reproduce.
“It is the oestrogen that maintains the woman’s private part; signs of menopause include waist and back pain, heat and hot flashes.
“I am advising women with menopause not to lose hope because IVF can make them to reproduce children again”, Samuel said.
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