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Hyperprolactinemia

Menopause

Menopause

The menopause is a major life event affecting all women in a variety of ways, both short and long term. Menopause is the biological stage when periods stop and the ovaries lose their reproductive function. Usually this occurs between the ages of 45 and 55 but in some cases women may become menopausal in their 30s or even younger. 1

 

Principles of Diagnosing Menopause
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​​​​​​​Learn the fundamental strategies for diagnosing menopausal symptoms before you make a treatment decision​​​​​​​



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Common Symptoms of Menopause
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Discover common symptoms of menopause to help understand the condition and reassure patients​​​​​​

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Principles of Menopause Management


​​​​​​​Learn recommendations to support patients with lifestyle, diet and exercise, core recommendations regarding hormone replacement therapy (HRT), appropriate candidates for HRT, benefit-risk profile of HRT and Bioidentical Hormone Therapy

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Treatment Options
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Discover an overview of options with systemic and local therapies so you can select the most appropriate treatment for your patients

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References 
1. Currie, H., Abernethy, K. and Hamod, H., 2020. Vision for menopause care in the UK. [online] Thebms.org.uk. Available at: <https://thebms.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/BMS-Vision-MAY2021-01C.pdf> [Accessed June 2022].

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