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Menopause – Perimenopause and Postmenopause

What is Menopause?

Menopause is a common disorder that all women’s experience at their age. The word “menopause” describes that any of the changes that women goes through either just before or after she stops menstruating, marks the end of her reproductive period. Menopause is a natural biological procedure. Though it also ends the fertility, you can stay healthy, vital and erotic. Some women’s feel reassured because they are no longer need to worry about their pregnancy.
Even so, the physical indications, such as hot flashes, and sensitive symptoms of menopause might disturb your sleep, lower your energy or for some women’s it triggers anxiety or feeling of sadness and loss.

It can be explained as the state of an absence of menstrual stages for 12 months. The menopausal change starts with variable menstrual cycle length and ends with the final menstrual stage. Perimenopause is a term which is frequently used to refer to the menopausal transitional period. It is not formally a medical term, but is occasionally used to explain certain aspects of the menopause transition in lay terms. Postmenopausal is a term that denotes to women who have already reached menopause. Menopause is the time in a woman’s life when the gathering of the ovaries ceases and the women can no longer becomes pregnant. The ovaries are the chief source of female hormones, which controls the growth of female body features such as the shape of the body. The hormones also control the menstrual cycle and pregnancy period.

Symptoms of Menopause

In the months or years that lead up to menopause (perimenopause), you might experiences the types of signs and symptoms:

• Irregular types of period
• Dryness in the vagina
• Sleep problems
• Changes in the mood
• Hot flashes
• slow metabolism and gaining of weight
• Night sweats
• dryness of skin and thinning of hairs

It is possible, but very rare, to menstruate every month right up to your last period. Further likely, you will experience some irregularity in your periods.
Avoiding periods during perimenopause is mutual and probable. Frequently, menstrual periods will occur every two to four months throughout perimenopause, especially one to three years before menopause. Although irregular periods, pregnancy is possible. If you’ve avoided a period but aren’t sure you’ve started the menopausal change, you may want to determine whether you’re pregnant.

Causes of Menopause

A woman is born with a finite quantity of eggs, which are stored in the ovaries. The ovaries also make the hormones like estrogen and progesterone, which controls ovulation and menstruation. Menopause occurs when the ovaries no longer release eggs every month and due to which menstruation stops.

Menopause is known to be a normal part of aging when it occurs after the age of 40. But some of the women’s goes through menopause very early, either as a result of surgery, like hysterectomy, or damage in the ovary, such as from chemotherapy. Menopause that occurs before 40, irrespective of the cause, is called early menopause.

Treatments of Menopause

Capsules Leucosule – an effective remedial solution for the treatment of menopause and also gives relief in type of leucorrhoea, general debility and calcium deficiency.

Evetone Syrup – also an effective remedial solution for menopause which is in the category of syrup works same like as capsules Leucosule.

Capsules Stressel – used in treating stress caused during menopause.