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FAQ047, December 2018

What is menopause? Menopause is the time in your life when you naturally stop having menstrual periods. Menopause happens when the ovaries stop making estrogen. Estrogen is a hormone that helps control the menstrual cycle. Menopause marks the end of the reproductive years. The average age that women go through menopause is 51 years.


TFAQ003, June 2019

important vitamins. Can these problems cause permanent damage? Yes. Low levels of estrogen may affect your future reproductive health. You may have problems getting pregnant later in life. Low levels of estrogen may lead to low bone density and osteoporosis. This may lead to broken bones. Who can I talk to... body for possible pregnancy. A menstrual cycle is defined from the first day of menstrual bleeding of one cycle to the first day of menstrual bleeding of the next cycle. Osteoporosis: A condition of thin bones that could allow them to break more easily. Progesterone: A female hormone that is made in


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