Menopause age and related challenges; Early and Late Menopause on Future diseases

Faeze Daghigh

Article ID: 2286
Vol 1, Issue 1, 2023

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Abstract

Most studies on menopause have focused on disorders related to sex hormone deficiency in older women. Few studies have focused on the relationship between the occurrence of diseases and the age of menopause. There is evidence that reports a higher rate of disease in women with early or late menopause.


Keywords

menopause; women; sex hormone

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