Menopause: A Tragic Problem of Women

Crazzy Paul By Crazzy Paul, 27th Sep 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Menopause is a common disease that almost always women suffer from. But when it is more than general, means severe, physicians consult and medication is necessary.

Menopause: A Tragic Problem of Women

The “end of monthly cycles” is called menopause in medical science. This is an event that most frequently occurs in midlife of women between late 40s or early 50s. And the end of the fertile phase of a woman's life is signaled by it.

In exceptional cases, women who have some sort of functional disorder affecting the reproductive system like, cancer of the reproductive organ, menopause stands as a major problem at a younger age than the normal time frame.

Although the word "menopause" was coined specifically for females of human being, some other animals also experience it, many of which do not have monthly menstruation. That defines the term as, ‘A natural end to fertility that occurs before the end of the natural lifespan’.

Women who have their uterus removed but retain their ovaries do not immediately go into menopause, even though their periods cease. Ovary removed adult women, no matter how young they are, go into full surgical menopause.

It can usually be expected in the age range of 42–58 though has a wide starting range. And menopause before the age of 40 is called premature menopause, which is also called premature ovarian failure.

Factors of an early menopause are smoking, racial and ethnic factors, illnesses, Chemotherapy, surgical removal of ovaries and a many to name. Irregular menstruation, hot flashes, night sweat, breast tenderness, vaginal dryness, increased stress, forgetfulness, mood changes and in certain cases osteoporosis and/or heart disease are the problems and symptoms of menopause women face.

The hormonal changes a woman's body is going through result such problems and each woman is affected in a different extent.

In rare cases, a woman's ovaries stop working at a very early age, and it is called premature menopause, ranging anywhere from the age of puberty to age 40, and also known as premature ovarian failure (POF).  Thyroid disease diabetes mellitus, chemotherapy, radiotherapy are some general causes of it.

Unless your symptoms are severe, some changes in your lifestyle and diet are all you need to get rid of it. Do plenty of exercise, it will keep your body fresh and active. Wearing tight clothing is not good if you are experiencing hot flashes and night sweat. A bedroom of normal temperature is good for you; make sure that the bedroom you are sleeping is not hot enough. And try to reduce your levels of stress. Spicy food, caffeine, smoking, and alcohol are always avoided.


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author avatar Retired
27th Sep 2013 (#)

very informative....

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28th Sep 2013 (#)


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author avatar Peppernina63
30th Sep 2013 (#)

Thanks for this post it'd very informative.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
30th Sep 2013 (#)

Great post

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
1st Oct 2013 (#)

Very informative. I hope not to have to deal with this issue for a long time!

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author avatar joyalariwo
15th Oct 2013 (#)

very Insightful, thanks 4d information

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author avatar vandana7
17th Jun 2014 (#)

Hot flashes...sweating...thank god they are things of past. I searched the net and by god I thought am I to suffer excessive sweating for the rest of my life!!! I stopped wearing synthetics...had to. Its only now almost after 7 years that I am now comfortable with a few of those synthetic clothes. This year I am quite happy. :)

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author avatar Sherri Granato
25th Aug 2014 (#)

Oh yay, I can hardly wait.

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author avatar Vickie Collins
9th Jan 2015 (#)

My mother had early onset, and had had sporadic periods for years. She started reporting as being in menopause in her late 30s and continued for about 25 years. It was not easy for any of us.

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