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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - the state in which women have stopped ovulating
matureness, maturity - state of being mature; full development
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It is mainly because the production of new bone tissues slows down due to a decline in estrogen production during and post-menopause period, which gradually increases the risk of osteoporosis.
The rising trend in the global monomethylsilanetriol market is supported by rising demand for skincare, hair care and silicon demand for women in both pre-menopause and post-menopause stage.
Untreated HH becomes symptomatic in men in their 30s, and post-menopause in women.
Women with the highest intakes of white bread had the highest risk of breast cancer, both pre--and post-menopause.
Now it says the evidence points to 12 - liver, ovaries, prostate (advanced), stomach, mouth and throat, bowel, breast (post-menopause), gallbladder, kidney, oesophagus, pancreas and womb.
"I want to prove to myself aged 55, post-menopause that I can be fitter than ever before."
Thus, they are at a higher risk of having cardiac disease post-menopause.
One year after your last period you are officially post-menopause. Your A-symptoms should become less frequent and intense, although there's no A-guarantee they'll stop altogether.
To achieve pregnancy post-menopause, a woman could undergo hormone treatments to prepare the uterus (womb) to receive an embryo.