Can women cosive after menopause?
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 different 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.
On average, menopause occurs at 51 years of age. This is only an average, and many women go through menopause earlier or later than that. It can occur anywhere between 40 and 60 years of age. If it is earlier than 40, then it is considered early menopause. Some women go through menopause because of surgery or because it's chemically induced. Women who smoke tend to go through menopause a little earlier than others. Menopause…
There is no evidence that shows that women with Asperger's Syndrome start menopause eariler or later than other women. This, however, has not been a highly researched area of Autism Science. 2nd Answer, this one from a perimenopausal woman with Asperger's syndrome: There is not a connection between Asperger's syndrome and onset of menopause. However, women (and men!) with Asperger's often seem cranky and sensitive enough to be on menopause!
Some women also report success in using natural remedies to treat the unpleasant symptoms of menopause. Not all women need estrogen and some women cannot take it. Answer: Menopause symptoms result due to declining estrogen levels. Recently research has shown that symptoms of menopause can be alleviated through herbal supplements and that too without any side effects.