Shwetha Bhatia

Menopause & Health

September, 2016
The Master Responds

Menopause is defined as the final menstrual period, occurring on an average at the age 52, and often diagnosed after 12 consecutive months of amenorrhea (absence of menstruation)

The menopause transition reflects the natural decline of estrogen production. Health considerations as a result of this decline may be summed up as:

  • Genitourinary & vasomotor symptoms
  • Increased risk for heart disease
  • Increased risk of depression especially in those with prior history
  • Loss of bone and muscle mass, degenerative changes such as osteoarthritis
  • Weight gain
  • Skin changes - loss of collagen, increased wrinkling
  • Hair loss

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