Teenage mothers are more likely to have early menopause, new research reveals

Mail Online | 6/12/2018 | Daily Mail Reporter
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Teenage mothers are more likely to have an early menopause as well as a hysterectomy, according to a study.

It found 43 per cent of women who had a child while under 20 also went through the menopause by the age of 45. By comparison, 33 per cent of those who had a child later went on to have an early menopause.

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Around half the women who had an early menopause also had a hysterectomy, compared with less than a quarter...
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