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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Excessive menstrual blood loss affects 10-30% of menstruating women and in the order of 70% of all gynaecological consultations in the Perimenopause and Postmenopause.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), which is more common in men than women, occurs more frequently as women age, gain weight and reach perimenopause and postmenopause stage, Health News reported.
Risk factors include age, female sex, postmenopause, hypogonadism or premature ovarian failure, history of cigarette smoking or alcohol consumption (3 or more drinks daily), rheumatoid arthritis, or medications including glucocorticoids, anticoagulants, anticonvulsants, and aromatase inhibitors.
When we stratified by time-varying menopausal status, we found that although the inverse association between breast cancer and 25(OH)D was driven by postmenopause [HR = 0.
4] The year before menopause that encompasses the changes from normal ovulatory cycles to cessation of menses is known as premenopausal transition [5] and the term postmenopause is defined as dating from last menstrual period regardless of whether the menopause was induced or spontaneous.
Margo U, Wulandari M, Zilfa KP (2010) Faktor-Faktor Yang Berhubungan Dengan Kepadatan Tulang Pada Wanita Postmenopause.
Even if he does have some "help" with Viagra, sex is usually a lot slower postmenopause.
This infers that CBG concentrations decline postmenopause, possibly secondary to the attenuated estrogenic stimulus.
Favorable systemic effects also include the improvement of libido, mood and depressive symptoms during menopausal transition and early postmenopause.
This study was to investigate the prevalence of menopausal symptoms and sleep quality in menopausal transition (MT) and postmenopause (PM) women in Taiyuan, Shanxi.
Female suprasegmental speech parameters in reproductive age postmenopause.