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How Progesteril Prevent Menopause Symptoms?

Today am going to base my post on a study that gives some not so good news. According to a study led by Nancy Avis, a professor in health policy and social sciences at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, US, women experiencing menopause may have the uncomfortable symptoms for as …

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Many women don’t realize painful sex is common, treatable condition

Many women suffer from dyspareunia, or painful intercourse, but they may not realize the condition has a name and more importantly treatments. Women “often feel like it’s their fault,” Dr. Lynne T. Schuster, a physician at Mayo Clinic’s Women’s Health Clinic in Rochester, Minn., said to CBSNews.com. “There could be …

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Hysterectomy and Menopause By Dr. Jacqueline Gerhart

Madison, Wisconsin – UW Health Family Medicine physician Jacqueline Gerhart writes a column that appears weekly on madison.com and in the Wisconsin State Journal. Columns are re-published here with permission. UW Health Family Medicine physician Dr. Jacqueline GerhartDear Dr. Gerhart: I think I’m going through menopause because I have hot …

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How Men’s Choice Of Mates May Have Led To Menopause?

A dapper older gentleman spurns his mate of a certain age to take a fresh-faced young lover. You’ve seen that movie before, right? Well, this choice of youth may turn out to be more than a Hollywood trope. Researchers say decisions like that one may have been the evolutionary source …

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Men Are To Blame For Menopause

A team of evolutionary geneticists have determined what really caused menopause in women: men. It was previously thought that women evolved to become infertile after a certain age so that they could care for their grandchildren and coddle the next of kin. But evolutionarily speaking, that turned out to be …

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55% women have hot flashes or night sweats before menopause

Washington: A new study has revealed that more than half of middle-aged women who still have regular cycles have hot flashes. According to a survey of some 1,500 women, Asian and Hispanic women are less likely to have them than white women, but compared with previous studies, the figures are …

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Improved Sex for Couples after Menopause: Here’s the Secret

According to a recent study published in the journal Menopause, many women and their sex partners suffer needlessly from a lack of sex following menopause. The chief reason behind this lack of sex is due to a condition called �vulvovaginal atrophy� (VVA)–the drying and thinning of vaginal tissue resulting from …

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Treatment helps sex stage a comeback after menopause

A satisfying sex life is an important contributor to older adults’ quality of life, but the sexual pain that can come after menopause can rob women and their partners of that satisfaction. Treatment can help restore it, shows a global survey including some 1,000 middle-aged North American men and women, …

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Menopause foggy brain study: Emotions affect foggy brain, hot flashes, sleep

The menopause foggy brain study conducted by researchers found that a menopause foggy brain, hot flashes, and mood swings are connected. To deal with the symptoms of the menopause foggy brain and other menopause symptoms, researchers suggest quality sleep, to address emotional problems such as anxiety or depression, and to …

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Menopause can cause memory loss during hot flashes

Don’t doubt it when a woman harried by hot flashes says she’s having a hard time remembering things. A new study published online in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS), helps confirm with objective tests that what these women say about their memory is true. In …

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