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How to Come to Terms With Post Menopause Periods by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 12 May 2010 4:55pm Post menopause is the period when a woman does not have her monthly periods for more than a year. On the other hand it can also be described as the period when a woman’s ovary stops producing eggs. Suppose if a woman’s ovary is removed by surgery for any reason then she will be considered as post menopause woman. This is because after removing ... Read on »
New Study Finds Removing Ovaries During Hysterectomy Increases Risk of Death, Outweighs Benefits by The Women's Sexual Health Foundation .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Apr 2009 11:57pm We just received the below release on a very important study. Traditionally, ovaries have been removed during a hysterectomy ( removal of the uterus), but this study reveals risks that women need to be aware of before they say yes to having their ovaries removed. You may want to just say "no". But it is important to understand the risks and benefit ... Read on »
The Symptoms Menopause Changes Estrogen And Progesterone Levels by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 5:10pm The symptoms of menopause are caused by changes in estrogen and progesterone levels. When estrogen drops suddenly, as is seen when the ovaries are removed surgically (called surgical menopause), symptoms can be more severe. Perimenopause begins several years before menopause, when the ovaries gradually produce less estrogen. Currently, ... Read on »
Ovary Removal before Menpause Increases Dementia Risk by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:19pm Ovary removal before menopause may put women at an increased risk of dementia, according to a new study. Dementia is a disorder of the brain that can cause emotional disturbances and personality changes.The research, by a team of scientists led by Dr. Walter Rocca from Mayo Clinic, was based on data collected from 1,209 women who had both ovaries ... Read on »
Women with BRCA Mutations Can Take Hormone-Replacement Therapy Safely After Ovary Removal by totalhealth Posted Thu 02 Jun 2011 6:40pm Women with the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutations, which are linked to a very high risk of breast and ovarian cancer, can safely take hormone-replacement therapy (HRT) to mitigate menopausal symptoms after surgical removal of their ovaries, according to new research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania which will be p ... Read on »
Early Ovary Removal May Raise Arthritis, Osteoporosis Risk by HealthFinder Posted Thu 08 Dec 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Study showed nearly half of women under 45 who had procedure developed one or the other condition. ... Read on »
Estrogen After Ovary Removal Safe for Young Women by Medline Plus Posted Wed 11 Jul 2012 1:50pm Women under 40 who use estrogen to ease menopause symptoms after having their ovaries removed do not have an increased risk of breast cancer, according to a new study. Source: Reuters Health Related MedlinePlus Pages: Breast Cancer , Hormone Replacement Therapy , Ovarian Cancer Read on »
Help for Vaginal Dryness by Brenda Coffee Health Maven Posted Mon 12 Dec 2011 12:06am It’s no surprise that Diane Keaton’s and Jack Nicholson’s film, Something’s Gotta Give, resonated with women of a certain age. The movie portrayed a 50-60ish woman who, after having sex for the first time in a while, was ecstatic to discover she wasn’t “closed for business.” Women who are involuntarily closed for business are not having intercour ... Read on »
Menopause Symptoms and Home Remedies for Menopause by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Jan 2014 12:37pm Menopause Symptoms and Home Remedies for Menopause The menopause marks the time in a woman’s life when her menstruation stops and she is no longer fertile (able to become pregnant). In the UK the average age for the menopause is 52 (National Health Service), while in the USA it is 51 (National Institute of Aging). About one fifth of w ... Read on »
Informed Consent andThe H Word: An Interview with Rick Schweikert by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm We take the concept of informed consent very seriously in our practice. Each client has the right and need to know what kind of treatment Dr. Verigin recommends and why, how it may affect them (benefits and risks) and other options at their disposal, including the option of pursuing no treatment at all. Consent alone is not enough, and this i ... Read on »