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Archer and his colleagues sought to investigate whether age, time since menopause, or any previous use of hormone replacement therapy influenced prasterone's efficacy in treating dyspareunia.
There are some documentations to highlight that there has been a slight increase in the average age at natural menopause over the past few decades but not well supported.
Females who began menstruating before age 12 or entered menopause after age 55 will have had many ovulations.
Because men do not go through a well-defined period referred to as menopause, some doctors refer to this problem as androgen (testosterone) decline in the aging male - or what some people call low testosterone.
The titles of the three sections in the book, Un/Done, In/Fertile and Un/Known, the editors say, are meant to show the multiplicity of experiences within menopause. As these essays and poems show, there is indeed a lot of life left to live after menopause.
The onset of menopause is usually after the age of 50 (52 to 54 years of age on average).
Unpaired t-test was used to analyze the difference in age at menopause based on the nature of delivery and regularity of periods.
Age at natural menopause is an area of interest for women of reproductive age as both an early or late menopause may have health implications.
Organiser Jane Milne said:"The cafe was buzzing with conversation, and lots of laughter too.The common thread in the comments received after the cafe was that it provided a friendly, welcoming environment to share experiences of the menopause, and many other things too.
This article's main purpose is to provide useful insight into medications used to help women manage menopause. Let's see how they help.