Ovaries are surgically removed:
Your ovaries create hormones that control your menstrual cycle. Your ovaries are surgically removed, causing you to go into menopause immediately. After the menstrual cycle has finished, it is common for women to experience hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms. Because of the severity of the symptoms that might result from abrupt rather than gradual changes in hormone levels. Before and after having your ovaries removed, see a Naturopathic doctor to make sure everything goes well.
Removal of the uterus, but not the ovaries, is known as Hysterectomy:
Menopause does not begin immediately after having a hysterectomy, which removes the uterus but leaves the ovaries in situ. No matter how often you go without a period, your ovaries are still working away at producing eggs, estrogen, and progesterone. Ovarian Cancer is still a possibility, for example.
Chemotherapy and radiation treatment:
Some cancer therapies might cause menopause-like symptoms, such as hot flashes, as a side effect. Since the cessation of menstrual cycles (and fertility) is not usually permanent, birth control may be essential after treatment. The therapy will have an effect if the ovaries are exposed to radiation. Therapy for menopause does not affect other parts of the body, such as the breasts, neck, or head.