Ovarian dysfunction or failure is common in premenopausal women receiving chemotherapy. Danger can be projected by the patient age and drug dosage. About 30% of women below age 35, 50% of women aged 3540, and 7590% of women in their 40s may experience permanent cessation of menstrual function after chemotherapy, leading to premature menopause.
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Last date updated on July, 2014