climacteric


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Related to climacteric: Male climacteric, climacteric syndrome
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Contemporary evaluation of climacteric complaints: Its impact on quality of life.
[USA], Jan 17 ( ANI ): A Mayo Clinic Study recently published in Climacteric: The Journal of the International Menopause Society now says that mindfulness maybe associated with fewer menopausal symptoms for women.
In this study, we planned to research the correlation between the severity of climacteric symptoms, led by vasomotor symptoms, in the menopausal transition period and postmenopausal period and the correlation of severity of symptoms with the T/ D balance.
This is an analytical epidemiological study with climacteric women who were registered in the Family Health Strategy (ESF) of Montes Claros-MG, during the period from August 2014 to July 2015.
"I was explaining the meaning of the word 'climacteric', a term used by economic historians to describe a period of low productivity growth during the 19th century.
The climacteric is a transitional period between the women reproductive and nonreproductive phase.
Decreased ovarian function precedes menopause in the climacteric or perimenopausal period along with menstrual cycle changes and vasomotor symptoms, typically beginning gradually long before menses cease.
This skill proves that Hill "has his father's eye for those climacteric moments when the ordinary turns into the extraordinary" (Kirkus).
1-Methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) is an ethylene action inhibitor that blocked the ethylene signaling transduction by interacting with ethylene receptors in climacteric fruits and vegetables [7].
Women taking fezolinetant also showed significant improvement, compared with the placebo group, on other quality of life questionnaires, the Greene Climacteric Scale and the Sheehan Disability Scale.