Dr Simon Fishel firm Profam has developed a procedure that can delay menopause in some patients.
According to reports in British media Birmingham- based firm Profam explains that its new procedure in which a small slice of ovarian tissue is removed and frozen for later re-implantation a cost between $8,000-$13,000 and could help preempt health problems that typically occur with the change in hormonal levels brought about by the onset of menopause.
THIS HAS THE WONDERFUL POTENTIAL TO BE OF SIGNIFICANT BENEFIT FOR MANY YOUNG WOMEN The idea is to have the procedure performed prior to prevent the onset.
For others already in the throes of mood swings, hot flashes, lowered sex drive, dry vagina, sleeplessness, oh, my favorite weight gain and osteoporosis this new development comes a day late.
The pioneering new procedure involves removing the ovarian tissue prior to menopause, freezing it and then implanting a slice of the tissue following the beginning of menopause helping restore the woman’s pre menopause hormonal level, a procedure that has been successfully performed on nine women under 36.
Women are living longer and looking better than ever in human history. As Dr. Fishel says “we are empowering women to take control of their own health by naturally delaying their menopause. We are at a fascinating place in the evolution of our species, but in particular in relation to medical care where remarkable things are happening, now we can offer something to a younger generation of women that’s never been possble before”
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