perimenopausal


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perimenopausal

adjective Referring to the time period around menopause at which the production of female sex hormones is reduced.

perimenopausal

adjective Referring to a period of a ♀'s life–age 45 to 55-ish–in which menstrual periods become irregular; perimenopause is immediately before, during and after menopause. See Menopause.
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According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, up to 40 to 60 percent of perimenopausal, menopausal, and post-menopausal women experience sleep disturbances.
A total of 74 perimenopausal women underwent diagnostic D and C for AUB during the study period and the curettage was submitted for histopathological examination.
Depression is a strong predictor of cognitive and sexual dysfunction, so our perimenopausal MS women have a vulnerability to more severe mood symptoms.
Endometrial cancer and hyperplasia are likely causes of abnormal bleeding in perimenopausal and postmenopausal bleeding.
9% of perimenopausal and 47% of premenopausal women.
Malignancy is a major differential diagnosis in women of perimenopausal age group presenting with AUB.
Material and Methods: Two hundred and eighty one perimenopausal women with abnormal uterine bleeding were included with age range between 40 to 55 years.
In addition to perimenopausal women and the high-risk groups mentioned above, other patient populations that likely require a 20 ng/mL vitamin D level include people diagnosed with reduced bone density short of osteoporosis, those with osteoporosis or other skeletal disorders, and pregnant and lactating women.
Studies were restricted to randomized placebo-controlled trials of adults diagnosed with major depressive disorder, excluding major depressive disorder secondary to other neuropsychiatric disorders, and perinatal and perimenopausal major depressive disorder.
BOSTON -- Anti-Mullerian hormone levels strongly predict the rate of perimenopausal loss of bone mineral density and might help identify women who need early intervention to prevent future osteoporotic fractures, according to data from a review of 474 perimenopausal women that was presented at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society.