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Society for Endocrinology Endocrine Update 2017

Clinical Update

Workshop E: Disorders of the gonads

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Complete androgen insensitivity syndrome and breastfeeding

Fraterrigo Gemma , Drake William

A 37-year-old lady with complete androgen insensitivity syndrome (AIS, 46,XY) presented with the desire to breastfeed her first child during the pregnancy of a surrogate mother. Her past medical history included thyrotoxicosis initially treated with block-and-replace regime, followed by multiple relapses, and definitive treatment with radioactive iodine ablation. There was a family history of complete androgen insensitivity syndrome (two sister out of four) and one sister had ...

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A case of complex fertility management decision

Shaho Shang , Drake William Martin

A 29-year-old gentleman known to the pediatric endocrinologist for non-mosaic Klinefelter’s (XXY) syndrome. The diagnosis was made opportunistically when a karyotype was organized following his presentation at age of 4 years with delayed developmental milestone. He went through puberty spontaneously and was transitioned to adult endocrinologist in September 2005. At the time he did not have symptom of hypogonadism but did have elevated gonadotropins in keeping with the di...

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Clomiphene-induced pregnancies following secondary infertility and amenorrhoea, with puerperal alactogenesis

Freudenthal Bernard , Russell Sabina , Baynes Chris

History: A 38-year-old Afghan lady was referred for investigation of secondary amenorrhoea. She had had no menstrual periods since her first spontaneous pregnancy, except when recently taking a combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP). When living abroad, she conceived on three further occasions with clomiphene induction, resulting in two live births and one miscarriage. In addition, it was noted that she had never been able to breast-feed any of her children. She did not have ...

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Amenorrhoea in disorder of sexual development

Kumar Rakshit , Thurston Layla , Rodin Andrew

We present here a case of diagnostic dilemma in a 34-year female presenting with Amenorrhoea. She was recently married and saw GP for infertility and history of hot flushes, melasma and migraine. Clinic history revealed primary amenorrhoea diagnosed in Brazil at age 15. Patient was told she was born without ovaries and was started on Premarin (oetrogen). She had normal female secondary sexual charcteristics, functional female genitalia and growth. On examination, she had a nor...