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Is it possible to pregnant after menopause?
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Trough IVF if you froze some eggs or with donor eggs. If you check out wiki page of oldest mothers you'd be surprised that some of them gave birth in their sixties
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Yes. Through IVF. You’ll need lots of shots. But if you have all the bits, you’ll need a donor egg and yes. You can.
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Hi!  I was browsing through the website of a clinic I'm interested in and I saw an article about early menopause - one thing that struck me is it can affect women age 15 to 29!  Here it is:https://www.dunyaivf.com/en/blog/what-are-the-symptoms-of-early-menopause/
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I read this article too recently and I was amazed by the information! I really like the variety of articles they have.
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Yes. That is true. Found out through my IVF clinic. There were more than a few women in their early 20s with their mum crying. They thought the age was to see someone was 35. It’s not.

No matter what age you are, you get three tries in three months. Then go see an IVF Specialist.

She ended up getting pregnant. And with all the hormone shots we all lost it and we’re so happy…and crying uncontrollably.
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It is extremely unlikely that a person would get pregnant naturally after menopause, because after menopause, you aren't ovulating anymore, so there are no eggs to fertilize.  Donor eggs and IVF are options.  Your doctor can also do tests to see if you you do have any eggs, but it is not likely.
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