Monday, 18 November 2013

Post Menopause - The Symptoms

Post menopause is defined as a condition in which women have not had a menstrual period in a minimum of 12 months period as a result of the inactive ovaries, assuming the women are not pregnant and experience the ease of visible symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes and night sweats but not the invisible effects of menopause. During post menopause, any bleeding or spotting should be reported to your doctor immediately, it may be caused by tumors rarely but it is possible.
1. Bleeding or spotting
During post menopause, any bleeding or spotting should be report to your doctor immediately, it may be caused by hormonal change in the stage of post menopause or tumors rarely but it is possible.

2. Vagina itching and dryness
It is one of most common system in the post menopause stage as a result of hormone change that cause the acidic levels to rise from 4.0 to 6.o that can lead to vagina dryness and itching. In some cases, it can be caused by infection, sexual transmitting diseases, etc.

3. Hot flash
It is the symptoms commonly happened to women in the menopause stage, but in post meno
pause, the symptoms can only happen at night, leading to night sweat and heart palpitation as a result of hornomal change.

4. Bone pain and fracture
In the post menopause stage, women a prone to have bone pain and fracture, they are due to the affects of low levels of calcium as a result of diminishing levels of estrogen.

5. Bladder infection
Bladder infection is one of common symptom as a result of Urethritis & Cystitis or bacteria that lead to burning sensation while urinating, lower back pain, stress continence, etc.

6. Skin wrinkle
As a result of aging due less and less production of female hormones.

7. Hypertension
According to the article of "Is there a connection between menopause and high blood pressure?" by doctor Sandhya Pruthi, M.D. in anwsering the about question, the doctor stated Blood pressure generally increases after menopause. Some doctors think this increase suggests that the hormonal changes of menopause may play a role in high blood pressure. Others think an increase in body mass index (BMI) in menopausal women may play a greater role than hormonal changes.

8. Bone density loss and fracture
As a result of less estrogen produced by the body.

9. Etc.
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