Induced menopause refers to menopause caused by something other than the natural process. For example, periods may permanently stop after the surgical removal of both ovaries (i.e. surgical menopause), or after procedures such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy damage the ovaries so they can no longer function.

For more information, see Menopause.

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