post-menopause


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Synonyms for post-menopause

the state in which women have stopped ovulating

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Because hot flushes may persist in some women, even concomitantly with hormone therapy (Albertazzi, 2007), and because in a minority of women these may persist until the late post-menopause (Huang et al.
Menopausal symptoms: do life events predict severity of symptoms in periand post-menopause Maturitas 2012;72:324-31.
Dr Menon estimated that for every size increase in 10 years, the 5-year risk of developing breast cancer post-menopause increased from one in 61 to one in 51.
Distribution of osteopaenia and osteoporosis among pre-and post-menopausal women according to fertility and co-morbidity Group Variable Normal Pre-menopause Post-menopause Fertility period 18.
1 According to WHO the term post-menopause is defined as dating from the final menstrual period regardless of whether the menopause was induced or spontaneous.
In women without a uterus, menopause or post-menopause is characterised by very high follicular-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels.
It can be diagnosed in all phases of life -- in girls as young as 8-9 years of age up through post-menopause.
Women with some neurological conditions, rheumatoid arthritis or a history of stroke are at least twice as likely to sustain a fracture post-menopause as other women of the same age.
Dr Dandawate said there are no foods that are good for the muscles of the lower back, but for women, especially those in post-menopause, proper intake of calcium is important.
15) In post-menopause, a woman's ovaries stop making estrogen hormone.
The title of her paper was "Still hot but not so savvy--sexual health peri- and post-menopause.
The Imedeen brand includes firming, anti-aging and post-menopause formulations and a tan optimizer in oral form, as well as external treatments such as Imedeen Expression Line Control.
According to the North American Menopause Society, women experience three main stages of normal reproductive aging: the reproductive years, menopausal transition and post-menopause.