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Hello I’m new here. I was diagnosed with pof when I was 1

Hello I’m new here. I was diagnosed with pof when I was 14 and I had to have a bi-lateral oophorectomy when I was 15. I am almost 33 now. I have been leaving with this diagnosis for more than half of my life and I am still broken-hearted over it. I do not have any children but desperately want them. I didn’t reach out for help back then but I wish I had. Everyone around me is having babies and I am happy for them but it’s just so hard. Looking Just to talk with someone who understands.

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[105]
Feb 13

It is tough. I was looking for some studies and research done for POF but found only one, which was done in Chicago. Now, I am trying to reach out to that doctor.

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Feb 14

When I was first diagnosed. My doctor whose name is Dr. Marc laufer. He works for Brigham and women’s and Boston children’s hospital. He told me to go see him so I have set up an appointment . So we will see how that goes.

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[105]
Feb 19

Sure. Please share afterwards.

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