What is Autoimmune Oophoritis?
Autoimmune oophoritis occurs when the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks the ovaries and causing inflammation. This disease is related to primary ovarian insufficiency. Unfortunately, the impact on your ovaries is that they do not work normally.
Symptoms of Autoimmune Oophoritis:
The main symptoms of autoimmune oophorotis are typically irregular or missed menstrual periods, cramping, bloating or nausea may also occur.
Diagnosing Autoimmune Oophoritis:
- Anti-sterioid blood test or anti-ovarian antibodies blood test
- Pelvic ultrasound to establish cystic ovaries
Methods of Healing:
- Estrogen replacement therapy
- Reduce inflammation through diet, reduced stress, sufficient sleep