Synonyms for menopausal or Related words with menopausal

postmenopausal              menopause              perimenopausal              premenopausal              impotence              climacteric              perimenopause              gynecomastia              andropause              hypogonadism              hypoestrogenism              postmenopause              hypogonadal              pcos              endometriosis              oligomenorrhea              oopherectomized              premenstrual              infertility              menorrhagia              postandropausal              menstruation              vasomotor              postpartum              methodsosteoporosis              anorgasmia              andropausal              hsdd              hirsutism              hypothyroid              hypogonadotropic              lactation              pubertal              metrorrhagia              anovulatory              hyperandrogenic              dysmenorrhea              childbirth              osteoroporotic              hyperandrogenemia              polymenorrhea              partum              hysterectomised              hyperprolactinemia              contraception              amenorrhea              dyspareunia              panhypopituitarism              subfertility              breastfeeding             



Examples of "menopausal"
In a rigorous study, the use of one such source of phytoestrogen, red clover, has been shown to be safe, but ineffective in relieving menopausal symptoms (black cohosh is also used for menopausal symptoms, but does not contain phytoestrogens.) Panax Ginseng contains phytoestrogens and has been used for menopausal symptoms .
By the age of 40, approximately one percent of women have POF. Women suffering from POF usually experience menopausal symptoms that are more severe than the symptoms found in older menopausal women.
The menopausal transition is characterized by marked, and often dramatic, variations in FSH and estradiol levels. Because of this, measurements of these hormones are "not" considered to be reliable guides to a woman's exact menopausal status.
“Post-Menopausal Mothers: a case for the defence”, "Globe and Mail"
Bisphosphonates are recommended as a first line treatments for post-menopausal osteoporosis.
Letrozole is contraindicated in women having a pre-menopausal hormonal status, during pregnancy and lactation.
Progesterone is used in combination with estrogen as a component of HRT for menopausal symptoms.
Hormone therapy also known as estrogen therapy is the most common treatment for menopausal symptoms.
On 2 June 2010, denosumab was approved for post-menopausal osteoporosis by the US FDA.
Evidence shows that they reduce the risk of fracture in post-menopausal women with osteoporosis.
It is typically diagnosed on endometrial biopsy, prompted by post-menopausal bleeding.
Women, especially those who are menopausal, are more likely than men to develop rosacea.
He invented male cankles. They have been compared to 'the legs of a menopausal nurse' and 'sausage stilts'.
Estradiol is also available in the U.S. in combination with progestogens for the treatment of menopausal symptoms:
Vaginally administered estrogen are usually used to treat some menopausal symptoms that are isolated to the vagina, vulva and urethra.
The University of Michigan published "A Menopausal Gentleman", a book that includes many of the scripts from Shaw's solo performances.
Mammary duct ectasia can mimic breast cancer. It is a disorder of peri- or post-menopausal age.
The importance of hormones, particularly estrogen, on cognitive function is underscored by the presence of cognitive impairment in breast cancer patients before chemotherapy is begun, the similarity of the cognitive impairments to several menopausal symptoms, the increased rate of PCCI in pre-menopausal women, and the fact that the symptoms can frequently be reversed by taking estrogen.
Symptoms depend on whether the cervical canal is partially or completely obstructed and on the patient's menopausal status. Pre-menopausal patients may have a build up of blood inside the uterus which may cause infection, sporadic bleeding, or pelvic pain. Patients also have an increased risk of infertility and endometriosis.
Most, but not all, of the participants are post-menopausal women and the older women are the leaders of the most challenging behaviors. Post-menopausal women are of key importance because they are believed not to be vulnerable to witchcraft which may take away their fertility, because they have esteem in their communities, and because they have more time for activities.