post-menopause


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Noun1.post-menopause - the state in which women have stopped ovulating
matureness, maturity - state of being mature; full development
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Thus, they are at a higher risk of having cardiac disease post-menopause.
To achieve pregnancy post-menopause, a woman could undergo hormone treatments to prepare the uterus (womb) to receive an embryo.
HORMONESbrA new study examined the possibility of developing synthetic ovaries to treat symptoms associated with menopause and post-menopause symptoms.
This is evidenced by the Atrophy of the vaGina in womAn in post-menopause in itAly (AGATA) study reporting GSM symptoms in 64.
STAY ACTIVE "WE all dread the middle-age spread and it transpires weight gain post-menopause is a very real phenomenon," says Imogen Watson, dietitian and medical nutrition manager at healthcare company Abbott.
Women were eligible for inclusion if they were aged 45-55 years, were at least one to five years post-menopause, not smoking or consuming alcohol, not having physical or mental disease, not using relaxation techniques, and not using hormonal or herbal therapies.
Medical issues are a big one, because I am a dude with a uterus and ovaries that I can't get rid of because they are still 'functional' and 'healthy,' although I am post-menopause.
3) Check if you're going through menopause, pre- or post-menopause.
And, although hormonal imbalances can occur at any age, most women who have reached pre and post-menopause are more likely to be disturbed by night sweats, weight gain and mood swings, as well as a noticeable decrease in sexual desire.
The vasomotor symptoms' prevalence varies from 14% to 51% in pre-menopause period, from 35% to 50% in peri-menopause and from 30% to 80% in post-menopause (National Institutes of Health, 2005).