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Yes, women with Aspergers Syndrome experience menopause differently
Menopause cannot be avoided in a woman's life. Most women in their mid-life experience menopause and some of the early signs of menopause are menstruation irregularity and mood swings.
Yes, a 17 y.o. with her ovaries removed will experience menopause unless provided with hormonal treatment. Menopause is simply the cessation of menstruation.
If you still have your ovaries, you should go through menopause at the normal time for you. With a full hysterectomy, you will experience "surgical menopause."
Usually woman experience perimenopause and menopause (I call it PM&M for short!) beginning in their forties or fifties. Some women experience it earlier than 40. This is what we call premature menopause. Premature menopause can be due to genetic makeup, an illness, or medical procedure. There is a lot of information out there about PM&M.
Yes! This is a typical side effect of menopause... 2.5 years hospital experience
men do not eperience menopause, but do experience a similar condition. This lowering of hormonal output can occur at any time, and is usually a natural result of aging.
In the United States the average age women experience menopause is 51,with 45-55 being the normal age range.
A woman usually goes through menopause between the ages of forty five and fifty five years old. On average, women experience menopause after age 50, or, to be precise, a majority get it at age 51.
This is called menopause (aka: change of life). The age that a woman reaches menopause varies from family to family. Most women experience peri-menopause before reaching full menopause. Peri-menopause can beginin a woman's 40's and involve the same physical symptoms as when a woman is going through "THE change" except on an intermittent or irregular basis. Hope this helps!!
Women begin menopause between the ages of 45-55 with the average age being 51; however, it is not completely unusual for a woman to experience menopause much earlier. According to a London study, 1 in 20 women will experience early menopause (as early as before the age of 30)The reasons for early menopause can vary:premature menopause is also known as premature ovarian failure (POF) and it has been estimated to affect 1% of the population.medically induced menopause happens when a certain medical treatment can damage a woman's ovaries or suppress her estrogen levels. After treatment is over menopause is reversed and the ovaries continue producing eggs.surgically induced menopause occurs when a woman undergoes total hysterectomy and her estrogen levels then drop dramatically.For more information see the related link.