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What You Need To Know About Menopause

2 monthes ago   |   By Bio Hormone Health

What's menopause?
That may seem like an obvious question, but it is not only something that can happen with age, but can also be brought on surgically with a hysterectomy for instance.
Menopause is defined as having no menstrual period for one year and the age you experience it can vary, but it typically occurs in your late 40s or early 50s.
Menopause is also the term that can be applied to women who are actually not in Menopause proper, but in perimenopause when changes can first start to occur.
Menopause can cause many changes in your body. The symptoms are the result of a decreased...
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