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Generally 47-55 years, some earlier and some later. It is different for each woman and lasts 1-5 years. When a woman runs out of eggs, she no longer needs to menstruate. Then… menapause starts and the hormones readjust because the body no longer needs to prepare for pregnancy.
Becoming "flushed", or red faced, is a normal part of the body's cooling mechanism. When we exercise we produce extra heat (burn calories), and the body has to cool itse…lf. Sweating is one way. The sweat glands are activated to put water on the surface of the skin, and when the water evaporates it cools. Read about "heat of vaporization". It's a basic principle of physics and indirectly describes how we cool ourselves. But sweat is only half of the way that we cool ourselves. When the skin becomes sweaty we also need to put a lot of blood to the surface of the skin so that it can be cooled as the sweat evaporates. The capillaries dilate, allowing more blood to circulate at the surface of the skin and be cooled. Many times people who are getting the most benefit from the exercise, (working hardest, creating the most heat) will sweat the most and more easily "flush". It's normal. Just keep exercising.
Women go through through menopause when their body runs out of eggs to fertilize, and their periods cease. Since everybody has their own biological clock, it happens to differ…ent women at different stages of their life. Usually women go through menopause in their 50s-60s, but there are many exeptions to that. P.S. 'Menopause' is not a verb.
While they still have their period and haven't completed menopause, yes, women can get pregnant.
Sighs* Look it up in your textbook or on the internet but I'll tell you anyway. Yes, woman do.
if they are going through menopause, then they shouldn't be trying to conceive. The woman's body is at the end of her child bearing days. Menopause means your ovaries stopped… producing any eggs and you will not get pregnanat u need estogen therpy
Why am I losing weight during post menopause
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has been used for many menopausal symptoms, including insomnia, hot flashes, and irregular periods. Practitioners believe that acupuncture can facilitate the opening of blocke…d energy channels, allowing the life force energy (chi) to flow freely
a painless technique that helps a person train her mind to control her body. A biofeedback machine provides information about body processes (such as heart rate) as the woman …relaxes her body
yes are you stupid
Technically, you don't actually "hit" menopause until it's been one year since your final menstrual period. In the United States, that happens at about age 51, on average. But… in the months or years leading up to that point, you might experience these signs and symptoms:Irregular periodsDecreased fertilityVaginal drynessHot flashesSleep disturbancesMood swingsIncreased abdominal fatThinning hairLoss of breast fullness
33 would be VERY young, Typicaly we think of early onset perimenopause as mid 40's and menopause is at an average of 51 in the US. If you are having symptoms at 33 you should …reall see a OB/GYN and have some bloos work done with an exam
Yes many do.
They were all female.
Yes, many women face bladder problems during pregnancy, childbirth and the months that follow because your bladder is just below your uterus, which is expanding to hold yo…ur growing baby.