Menopause Symptoms, Diagnosis And Treatment
Women menopause is ovarian function decline, menstrual cessation. It can be divided into natural and artificial menopause depending upon menopause symptoms. Natural menopause refers to the ovarian follicle. It is caused by physiological depletion. Artificial menopause refers to surgical removal of bilateral ovaries or other methods to stop ovarian function, such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Separate the uterus and retain the side or bilateral ovaries, not an artificial menopause. A series of episodes of autonomic nervous system dysfunction, accompanied by neuropsychological symptoms, is called perimenopausal syndrome or menopausal syndrome.
Menopause represents a decline in ovarian function, estrogen depletion, menstrual cessation, termination of reproductive function. Generally, it is divided into three stages: premenopausal, menopause and postmenopausal period. Menopause is based on the time of the last menstrual period of women. Most women naturally face menopause between 45 and 55 years of age.
Postmenopausal is due to sudden and significant estrogen deficiency in the body. It can cause some sort of discomfort. Some people face discomfort in the premenopausal period. Often manifested as mood and emotional changes like irritability, insomnia, anxiety, inner anxiety, depression, paroxysmal facial flushing, hot flashes, sweating, dry skin, and itching. Sometimes the patient has the feeling of ants climbing on the skin. And sometimes skin loss of elasticity increased wrinkles, and muscle gradually relaxed, when there are a pain, fatigue or fatigue, headache, dizziness and blood pressure instability and so on. These symptoms are called menopausal syndrome.
1. Recent Symptoms:
(1) Menstrual disorders.
(2) Vasomotor symptoms.
(3) Symptoms of autonomic disorders.
(4) Mental neurological symptoms.
2. Long-term Menopause Symptoms:
(1) Urogenital symptoms.
(3) Alzheimer’s disease.
(4) Cardiovascular disease.
According to history and inspection, it is not difficult to diagnose.
The diagnosis of natural menopause is based on perimenopausal. With or without perimenopausal symptoms, most do not need to help with the auxiliary examination. Artificial menopause is not difficult to diagnose. It is diagnosed by analyzing the causes of menopause.
For women with shorter menopause, pelvic examination is required to understand the size of the uterus. If necessary then doctors also conduct urine pregnancy test and B-ultrasound, with the exception of early pregnancy. Perimenopausal women will have occasional ovulation and conception, so should not take it for granted.
The purpose of treatment is to alleviate the recent menopause symptoms, early detection, and effective prevention of osteoporosis, atherosclerosis and other senile diseases. In principle, should be to maintain the health of the body as the goal. Such as the prevention of postmenopausal degenerative diseases need long-term medication.
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