About- Menopause, also known as the climacteric is the time in most women's lives when menstrual periods stop permanently, and they are no longer able to bear children.


Menopause Anxiety disorder
Menopause Chills
Menopause Concentration problem
Menopause Depression
Menopause Dry mouth syndrome
Menopause Dry skin
Menopause Dry eyes
Menopause Flushing
Menopause Hair loss or thinning
Menopause Headaches
Menopause Heavier or lighter periods 
Menopause Increased hair growth on the face, neck, chest, and upper back
Menopause Increased urination
Menopause Insomnia
Menopause Irregular periods
Menopause Loss of breast fullness
Menopause Memory problems
Menopause Mood changes
Menopause Night sweats
Menopause Painful or stiff joints
Menopause Racing heart
Menopause Reduced bone mass
Menopause Reduced libido
Menopause Reduced muscle mass
Menopause Slowed metabolism
Menopause Sore or tender breasts
Menopause Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Menopause Vaginal dryness
Menopause Weight gain

Menopause Chemotherapy and radiation therapy
Menopause Hysterectomy
Menopause Natural decline of reproductive hormones
Menopause Pelvic injuries
Menopause Insufficient production of reproductive hormones by ovaries  

Specialist to visit
Gynecologist Gynecologist and Obstetrician

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