Early Menopause – What are the biological changes, treatment and precautionary measures?

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rrmch Staff asked 2 months ago

Also known as premature menopause,  it is estimated that over 4% of
women in India experience early menopause at the age of 29 to 34 and 8%
between 35 and 39 years.  This is an alarming number considering the
fact that women across the world in general experience menopause between
45 to 55 years of age.

The main reasons as determined by specialists include premature ovarian
failure and lifestyle with changing food habits and stressful work
culture. The condition often brings irregularities in menstrual cycle
and sometimes abrupt stoppage as well.

Early menopause symptoms are usually similar to that of natural
menopause and include sleeplessness, mood swings, crying spells, hot
flashes, but to name a few. Studies suggest heredity to be one of the
causes and is most likely to aggravate in women having mothers with an
experience of premature ovarian failure.

Specialists therefore advice women to plan children on time as a
precautionary measure and intake of calcium rich diet with an active
lifestyle that includes regular exercise, besides intake of multivitamin
supplements.

We’re here to discuss more on the biological changes that women face
physically and mentally as well as the precautionary measures to be
taken.

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