postmenopause

postmenopause

(pōst″mĕn′ō-pawz″) [″ + ″]
The phase of a woman's life that begins 1 year after her final menstrual period.
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Also, the WHI subjects started the hormone therapy (HT) at an average of 12 years postmenopause, in contrast with women in the NHS, who commenced hormones in the perimenopausal and early postmenopausal periods (average age at initiation, 51 years); the latter being consistent with both primary prevention goals and with typical clinical practice.
High birth weight was also linked to postmenopause breast cancer.
Aetiology and treatment of sleep disturbances during perimenopause and postmenopause.
39) One study showed that taking 400 mg of calcium citrate twice per day reduced bone loss in early postmenopause.
But what you may not know is that the first three to five years postmenopause are the most crucial for bones.
In the other study, 447 patients (FOSAMAX 5 mg/day; n=88), who were between six months and three years postmenopause, were treated for up to three years.
Gait variability detects women in early postmenopause with low bone mineral density.
Effect of lycopene on blood lipoproteids in women with type 2 diabetes mellitus in postmenopause.
Although a natural event, the transition from regular cycling to the final menstrual period (FMP) and beyond into postmenopause is commonly accompanied by physiological and/or psychological symptoms.
Managing the transition from perimenopause to postmenopause
Although this article lists the wide range of serious health risks of smoking to women in menopause and postmenopause (see pg.