Multiple childbirth reduce the risk of endometrial cancer

According to a University of Queensland study, having more children lowers a woman’s risk of developing endometrial cancer. Endometrial cancer begins in the lining of the womb (uterus). Most cases occur in women after the age of 55. A key sign is abnormal vaginal bleeding, such as bleeding after menopause or bleeding between periods. Other […]

Women’s menopause symptoms worsen when they have a history of abuse

Two decades later, the symptoms of menopause are greater and the quality of life is worse for women who have undergone physical, sexual, or financial abuse. Early-life adversity will probably continue to have an impact on a woman’s physical and mental health for years after the pressures have passed. According to a recent study, past […]

Duration of menstrual cycles may affect menopause timing

The length of your monthly menstrual cycle may provide clues about the severity of symptoms you’ll experience during menopause and when it will start, new research suggests. In a study that involved more than 600 women published online in the journal Menopause, researchers found that women with short menstrual cycles (less than 25 days) during their […]

Why does a woman’s fertility start to diminish in her 30s well before Menopause?

It has been demonstrated that utilising drugs that fight fibrosis and support mitochondrial health, ovarian ageing in mice can be reversed. Australian researchers have shown that when mice age, they develop higher amounts of ovarian fibrosis, which is brought on by mitochondrial failure, inflammation, and excessive collagen buildup. Reduced fertility results from the modifications, stiffening […]

Women may be more susceptible to gout due to genetics and excess weight

According to a sizable prospective study, excessive body fat and genetic susceptibility are both linked to an increased chance of developing gout, especially in US women. The study discovered that the risk is greatest when both factors are present. For instance, past cross-sectional studies have discovered that obesity, a significant modifiable risk factor for gout, […]

Women burn fat even after menopause

A study conducted at the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences of the University of Jyväskylä shows that menopausal state or blood estrogen levels do not determine how middle-aged women can use fat at rest or during exercise. The estrogen deficiency following menopause is thought to impair women’s ability to use fat as an energy […]

Working shifts may impair women’s health by delaying the start of Menopause

In study results published in the article “The association between shift work exposure and the variations in age at natural menopause among adult Canadian workers: results from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA).” Over the past few years, shift work has become more prevalent throughout the world, with an estimated 20 percent of people […]

Osteoporosis in Premenopausal women may be detected by hormone level

The findings were published recently in the peer-reviewed Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. According to recent UCLA study, doctors may be able to tell if bone loss brought on by menopause is already happening or is about to start by checking the level of a hormone that decreases as a woman gets closer to her […]

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