Meno Martha: Delay Menopause Procedure points you in the direction of some recent information about a procedure to delay menopause.

News Reports

What have recent news reports about a delay menopause procedure reported?

In New Procedure Could Delay Menopause Up To 20 Years, But Long-Term Impact Unknown on 06 August 2019, CBS News include a video and report:

“A first-of-its-kind surgical procedure could delay menopause by up to 20 years. Doctors at ProFam in Birmingham, England, have performed it on 10 British women ranging in age from 22 to 36”.

IMS’s Response

Meno Martha: Delay Menopause ProcedureWhat is the International Menopause Society’s (IMS) response to a delay menopause procedure?

In News published on 06 August 2019, the IMS’s response is:

“A number of UK media outlets have reported this week on a procedure that is intended to delay the menopause. The International Menopause Society is in agreement with and strongly supports the British Menopause Society’s response to these media reports, which was issued on 6th August 2019”.

British Menopause Society’s Response

What is the British Menopause Society’s (BMS) response to a delay menopause procedure?Meno Martha: Delay Menopause Procedure

In New Medical Procedure Could Delay Menopause By Twenty Years – BMS Response published on 06 August 2019, the BMS elaborate on:

“This report explores a potentially promising concept for women at risk of medically or surgically induced menopause. However, when it comes to considering this in the context of delaying the menopause, further evaluation is needed to assess the safety of this technique, its effectiveness and the length of time such re-implanted tissue continues to function. Such assessment should also include a benefit / risk analysis particularly when applied in otherwise healthy women. The British Menopause Society therefore recommends that this procedure should be initially assessed in controlled clinical research trials to evaluate its safety and feasibility before it could be considered as a potential option in clinical practice”.

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health Response

What is the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health (JH) response to a delay menopause procedure?

Meno Martha: Delay Menopause ProcedureIn New Medical Procedure To Delay Menopause and Extend A Woman’s Fertility published on 06 August 2019, the JH explain:

Meno Martha: Delay Menopause Procedure
“Although in its early stages, the new medical procedure has not yet resulted in any cases of prolonged fertility or delayed menopause in humans, says Dr Davison, who is also president-elect of the Australasian Menopause Society. Dr Davison says while the procedure sounded “scientifically viable and may eventually result in pregnancies in older women or delayed menopause”, she said effective menopause treatments were already available. “There are already effective strategies for the treatment of bothersome menopausal symptoms such as menopause hormone therapy [MHT, formerly known as hormone replacement therapy or HRT],” she said”.

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