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(Download) Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)

Primary ovarian insufficiency and ovarian hormone complex —
What to know and what to ask

Chances are your family doctor is not that well-versed when it comes to a rare disorder such as primary ovarian insufficiency (POI). In fact, even your OB/GYN may not be very familiar with POI. That’s why My 28 Days has created easy-to-understand printable PDFs — so you can educate and advocate when it comes to your menstrual and ovarian health. Just click to download, print, and take to your doctor — or use them as reminders of what to ask when you’re at your next appointment.

Menstrual and Ovarian Health

Follow the Evidence

POI Fast Facts

POI is a hormonal deficiency. It is not menopause.

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Know Your Numbers

Understanding estradiol deficiency begins with understanding ovarian hormones.

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The Evidence

Research can help you make evidence-based decisions.

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Think Again

Educate and advocate. Your doctor may not be an expert.

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