Menopause

Menopause occurs at a point in time 12 months following the final cycle of a woman's life. The years leading up to this stage are considered the menopausal period, or perimenopause, as people can experience shifts in their menstrual periods, hot flashes, or other effects. The move to menopause most frequently occurs between ages of 45 and 55. It typically lasts around 7 years but can live up to 14 years. The body's development of estrogen and progesterone, two hormones released by the ovaries, differs considerably throughout the menopause process. Bones become less compact and people are more vulnerable to fractures. A hysterectomy or surgical removal of the ovaries which produces hormones that cause menopause. If you undergo operations to extract your ovaries or breasts, and will not take estrogen, you will inevitably feel menopause symptoms. Hot flushes may be decreased in severity and duration by treatment through medication. The oral hormone treatment can be included under specific situations.

 

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