Menopause is a process of normal change in a woman’s body. Medically termed as the ‘physiological cessation of menstrual cycles’ in women pertaining to advancing age, menopause marks the end of a woman’s monthly menstrual period. Menopause can be diagnosed in women following continuous absence of menstrual periods for a span of at least 12 months.
The menopausal transition starts with varying menstrual cycle length and ends with the final menstrual period. Peri menopause means “the time around menopause” and is often used to refer to the menopausal transitional period. It is not officially a medical term, but is sometimes used to explain certain aspects of the menopause transition in lay terms. Post menopause is the entire period of time that comes after the last menstrual period.
Menopause symptoms are part of a natural biological process experienced by all women as their child-bearing years come to an end. The transition can begin as early as the 30s and last even into the 60s. The symptoms of menopause are not an illness, just a natural consequence of aging. All women experience “the change” in different ways. Some will have no symptoms or only mild issues while others will battle a range of annoying alterations in their body like hot flashes or mood swings than can negatively affect their daily lives.Menopause is an important time in a woman’s life. Her body is going through changes that can affect her social life, her feelings about herself, and her functioning at work.
Menopause is the medical term for the end of a woman’s menstrual periods. It is a natural part of aging, and occurs when the ovaries stop making hormones called estrogens. This causes estrogen levels to drop, and leads to the end of monthly menstual periods. This usually happens between the ages of 45 and 60, but it can happen earlier. Menopause can also occur when the ovaries are surgically removed or stop functioning for any other reason. Low estrogen levels are linked to some uncomfortable symptoms in many women.
The most common and easy to recognize symptom is hot flashes ÷ sudden intense waves of heat and sweating. Some women find that these hot flashes disrupt their sleep, and others report mood changes. Other symptoms may include irregular periods, vaginal or urinary tract infections, urinary incontinence (leakage of urine or inability to control urine flow), and inflammation of the vagina. Because of the changes in the urinary tract and vagina, some women may have discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse. Many women also notice changes in their skin, digestive tract, and hair during menopause. In the long term, some women experience problems linked to the low levels of estrogen found after menopause.
About 75% of women report some troublesome symptoms during menopause, but the severity and frequency of symptoms varies from woman to woman. The most common symptoms are hot flashes and vaginal atrophy (this is, the tissue of the vagina becomes thinner, drier, and more delicate, and begins to shrink).
Symptoms of Menopause
Symptoms of Menopause when we think of the symptoms of pregnancy we usually think of morning sickness women notice a vaginal discharge in pregnancy. Mostly there won’t be any symptom beside discharge. Discharge may be slimy, viscid to different colored or even bloody near a foul smell. A person with menopause may experience some or all of these symptoms:
- Lower abdominal pain
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Irregular Periods and Irregular Ovulation
- Burning sensation may present along with constipation
- Feeling of weakness
- Pain in the calves, thighs and the lumbar region
- Foul smells
- Hot Flashes
- Sleeping Disorder
Causes of Menopause
Natural menopause is a gradual process. The ovaries begin producing lower amounts of estrogen and other steroid hormones prior to menopause during a phase called perimenopause. When menopause occurs before the age of 40 it is called premature menopause. Premature menopause can occur naturally but may also be the result of several conditions, including:
- Family history of premature menopause
- Loss Of Estrogen
- X-chromosome abnormalities
- Medical treatments
- Medications that lower estrogen levels
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Links between mood, menopause, and sexual function
The brain also responds to estrogen. In fact, estrogen is now thought to be important in memory and the healthy functioning of nerve cells in the brain. Some studies have shown that estrogen replacement therapy can preserve brain activity and even improve memory. Depression may also be more likely in the years right before menopause. However, it is unclear whether depression is linked to low levels of estrogen or to the many changes women face during their 40s and 50s (such as career or marriage pressures, or care of children or aging parents).
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