Our expert says:
Dear Neli G
I would certain review the diagnosis of early menopause and perhaps consider the diagnosis of premature ovarian failure which in some instances can spontaneously revert to normal and result in occasional ovulation. Once the diagnosis of premature menopause is made there should be no periods and the fact that you are still getting spontaneous menstruation brings in to question whether this diagnosis is correct or not.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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