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menopause in Medicine topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmenopausemen‧o‧pause /ˈmenəpɔːz $ -pɒːz/ noun [singular, uncountable]  HBHMthe time when a woman stops menstruating, which usually happens around the age of 50male menopause After the menopause a woman cannot bear a child.menopausal /ˌmenəˈpɔːzəl◂ $ -ˈpɒː-/ adjective
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menopauseMy own diagnosis - male menopause with too much of the flesh pots - failed most miserably.Platelet binding falls after the menopause and rises in women using the Pill.In the woman, however, adulthood is punctuated by the menopause, which can have a deep psychological effect.Hormone replacement therapy, the standard treatment for symptoms associated with the menopause, was tried.I am not an expert, but does that question have something to do with the menopause?The menopause is an experience which causes many women considerable anxiety.If one of us goes through menopause, we all suffer a collective hot flash.