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Monday, October 7, 2019

Premature Menopause

Menopause is a stage in a woman’s life, associated with the cessation of menstruation and the lack of the opportunity to become pregnant. Such hormonal changes begin about 45 years, but even before that, a woman may notice some symptoms associated with a decrease in her body hormones estrogen and progesterone.

Many women are afraid of the changes and unpleasant symptoms associated with menopause . In fact, this stage can be easily overcome if you adhere to a healthy lifestyle and take some nutritional supplements that will help ease or even completely remove discomfort.

What is premature menopause?

Premature menopause is the condition of the female body, in which menstruation ceases before the age of 40, the ovaries cease to function and the woman can no longer become pregnant.

In some women, premature menopause occurs naturally , without hormonal changes or genetic factors. Other reasons include:

  • surgical removal of ovaries
  • treatment of cancer, for example, chemotherapy or irradiation of the pelvic area, which can damage the ovaries

Various studies conducted at the Main Hospital of Massachusetts argue that premature menopause can also be a consequence of smoking.

Smoking, including passive smoking, can lead to this problem because of the chemical contained in cigarette smoke. This substance can cause the death of eggs.

Sometimes even 25-year-old women face premature menopause, but this is usually associated with impaired ovarian function. The symptoms are very similar, but the difference is that the ovaries are irregular and unpredictable for many years, so at some point ovulation can occur and a woman can become pregnant.

Women who have experienced premature menopause often suffer from various problems,  as the health of the female body is largely dependent on hormones. Lack of necessary hormones can lead to problems with blood vessels, dyspnea, tachycardia, osteoporosis, insomnia, headache and depression.

Usually women suffering from premature menopause are most concerned about the inability to conceive a child. In this case, you should consult your doctor and consider other options, such as donor search or adoption.

Physical and psychological symptoms of premature menopause

Premature menopause usually occurs at a young age and takes up to five years, that is, the transition from the reproductive period to the unproductive lasts a long time, causing a lot of physical and emotional changes.

The lack of estrogen in the ovaries causes many different symptoms , which is why the most important functions of the female body are violated. Among them the most important: the ability to menstruate and conceive.

One of the earliest symptoms of menopause is irregular menstruation, sometimes delays can last for months. In the end, the female body stops producing estrogen , ovulation stops and the woman can not have children.

In these cases, women are recommended to undergo treatment with medications to avoid the risks associated with irregular production of hormones. Treatment must be under the supervision of a doctor.

During the period of treatment it is very important to observe a healthy lifestyle in order to reduce the negative impact of drugs on the body.

Treatment of premature menopause includes hormone therapy, supplementation with calcium and sometimes other medications to avoid osteoporosis, insomnia, headache, depression, anxiety and other symptoms.

It is also very important not to eat harmful foods and eat more fruits and vegetables. Equally important are physical activity, the absence of stressful situations and abstinence from alcohol and smoking.

Are there any natural resources?

It is important not only to lead a healthy lifestyle, but also to take natural nutritional supplements that will help overcome the unpleasant symptoms of premature menopause.

Soybean: a   natural source of phytoestrogens. The most useful soy products are:

  • tofu
  • pace
  • soy milk
  • Soy Nuts

Several other natural sources of phytoestrogens:

  • Voronets racemose (also known as cymicifuge branched)
  • wild yam
  • English (also known as Angelica Sinensis or female ginseng)
  • root of the shaft

All food supplements should be taken only under medical supervision, as some products may not interact well with medications.

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