When menopause is not menopause?

Dr Victoria Nisenblat

Persistently high gonadotrophins and amenorrhoea in women of reproductive age are highly suggestive for premature or early menopause but this do not hold true in all instances. In this talk we will unravel the clinical scenarios of the somewhat unusual combinations of increased FSH and normal ovarian function and will discuss the relevant diagnostic pathways and management options.


Biography:

MD, PhD, FRANZCOG

Dr Victoria Nisenblat is a gynaecologist with a special interest in pelvic pain, infertility, reproductive endocrine disorders and gender transition. Dr Nisenblat obtained her medical degree in Israel followed by specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology in Israel and in Australia. Dr Nisenblat has undertaken her sub-specialty training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, working both in China and Sydney. She completed her PhD in Medicine in 2013 at the University of Adelaide and holds the academic appointment at the university. Dr Nisenblat works both in her private gynaecology practice and as a Fertility Specialist at Fertility SA.

Australasian Menopause Society

The Australasian Menopause Society (AMS) is the peak body representing doctors and other health care professionals who each have a special interest in women’s midlife health, the menopause and the promotion of healthy ageing.

 

The aim of the AMS is the advancement of knowledge about the menopause.  As well as holding an annual scientific congress in Australia and New Zealand, some AMS members are involved with the Asia-Pacific and International Menopause Societies, recognising that women living in Australia and New Zealand may have widely differing experiences of menopause.

 

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