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men·o·pau·sal

(men'ō-paw'zăl),
Associated with or occasioned by the menopause.

menopausal

adjective Pertaining or referring to menopause.

men·o·pau·sal

(men'ō-paw'zăl)
Associated with or occasioned by the menopause.
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In the Fall of 2003, the National Women's Health Resource Center conducted an online survey to learn more about women's views on menopausal hormone therapy.
Whether women decide to take hormones for menopausal symptoms or not, a more holistic approach should be stressed, said Dr.
Identify and understand important and diverse types of therapeutics under development for Post Menopausal Osteoporosis.
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The young surgically menopausal women had significantly less desire, more personal stress, and higher rates of hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) than any of the other groups.
Menopausal women who are overweight are likely to suffer more hot flashes or night sweats than menopausal women who aren't.
Other herbal remedies, including isoflavones, red clover, evening primrose oil, ginseng, licorice, or dong quai, show little effect on menopausal symptoms.
If I were a woman at very high risk of breast cancer, I would think twice about taking these [herbal remedies] for menopausal symptoms," Patricia Eagon says.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Menopausal Hot Flashes.
Washington, August 09 (ANI): A report has indicated that soy isoflavone tablets do not appear to be associated with a reduction in bone loss or menopausal symptoms in women within the first five years of menopause.
Overall, the researchers found that women who start menopausal hormone therapy at age 50-59 years experienced a 30%-40% decrease in mortality, no increased risk of heart disease, and a 90% reduction of menopausal symptom such as hot flashes or overactive bladder.
Later, the NIH issued a consensus statement outlining the panel's assessment of the effectiveness of available treatments for menopause-related symptoms, and future directions in research and clinical practice to' improve the quality of life for women in the menopausal transition.