Menstrual Cycles and Menopause

A shorter menstrual cycle (<25 days) is the most common change in menstrual cycle. However, once ovulation occurs, the lateral phase remains fairly constant at 14 days. Consequently, premenopausal and menopause of women are often exposed to unopposed estrogen for long periods, and this exposure can lead to endometrial hyperplasia, Osteoporosis, Insomnia, Schizophrenia, Panic disorders, obsessive- compulsive and bipolar disorders. In United Kingdom, 1.3 million Women reach menopause annually. Although most women transition to menopause without experiencing psychiatric problems, an estimated 20% have depression at some point during menopause.

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