Menstruation and Menopause

Menstruation or Periods is normal vaginal bleeding that occurs as part of a woman's menstrual cycle. Every month your body prepares for conception. If pregnancy does not occur, the uterus or the uterus drops the mucous membranes. Menstrual blood is part blood and part uterine tissue. It leaves the body through the vagina. Menopause is the period where the menstruation ceases or stops. Diagnosis is made from 12 consecutive months after no menstrual periods occur further. Menopause can occur between the ages of 40 and 50. It is a natural biological process. However, physical symptoms such as hot flashes and the emotional symptoms of menopause can interfere with sleep, lower your energy, or affect your emotional health. There are many effective treatments from lifestyle changes to hormone therapy to relieve the pain during menopause.

Related Societies/ Associations: Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand | The Endocrine Society of Australia | International Women's Forum | Human Genetics Society of Australasia | Medical Oncology Group of Australia | International Confederation of Midwives

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