Research shows that women transitioning through menopause (i.e. from 2 years before the final menstrual period till 2 years after that), are more likely to experience cognitive changes and depressive symptoms compared to pre-menopause days. For example, many women commonly complain of the following cognitive changes around the time of menopause: Brain fog Memory loss

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Menopause represents the end of a woman’s reproductive life. Girls are born with a fixed number of immature egg cells in each ovary. Over the course of the reproductive lifespan the brain, or more accurately pituitary gland, communicates with the ovaries. Hormones are released from the pituitary gland which stimulate egg development. Egg development results

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What is Menopause? Menopause occurs a year after a woman experiences her last menstrual period. Therefore, it is only a term that is used in hindsight. The menopause marks the end of a woman’s reproductive lifespan. A woman is born with a fixed number of eggs in her two ovaries and with each menstrual cycle

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If I see a doctor, does it mean I have to start on Hormone Replacement Therapy? No, seeing a doctor is about understanding your condition and getting accurate information to cope and to ensure you keep healthy as the change in hormones may affect your risk of other diseases such as heart disease, diabetes mellitus

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