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All you need to know about menopause

What is menopause?

Menopause is a natural process and a signal to end of menstruation and fertility. It is the time to celebrate to every woman who had faced hurdles such as back pain, heavy flow and more than that need not to worry about pregnancy. It can happen in your late 40's or early 50's because the ovaries of women cease to produce the hormones such as progesterone and oestrogen, a sex hormone that stimulates a woman's periods. It can be diagnosed when she does not have periods for over a year.

What are the changes and symptoms of menopause?

Many women may experience some changes and symptoms before they reach menopause. A dramatical change in periods that may be lighter or heavier with long intervals between each periods. Other than that, head ache, night sweats, sleepless nights, Vaginal dryness, loss of hair in head and feel like gain in breast weight. If your symptoms are more critical, the treatment may be recommended. For some minor complications like vaginal dryness, doctors prescribing vaginal lubricants and antidepressants are used to treat for hot flushes.

Is there any possibility of becoming pregnant during menopause?

Yes, there is low possibility of getting pregnant, especially in early months of menopause because ovulation will still be happening and it is less likely to produce an egg and the process comes to an end completely after a year. But there is a high possibility of getting puberty during the stage of perimenopause.It can start eight to ten years before menopause when at the time of ovaries gradually produce less estrogen. At this stage, women face difficulties like heavy blood flow and stomach pain.

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Is it safe to use birth control during menopause?

However getting pregnant is of too little chance around menopause over the age of 40 years, it is still important to use contraception such as birth control pills and condoms to avoid the risk of transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancy. Check out more: High effectives of contraception.

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Modified on 10/12/2018

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