A survey study of Menopausal Syndrome in Western Gujarat Region

Dr.Rujuta Trivedi, Prof. Meera Pandya

Abstract


Background: The prevalence of menopause related symptoms among women in developing countries is not well documented. The concept of the menopause encompasses a number of factors which can vary from country to country according to tradition, culture and socioeconomic conditions.

Material and Methods: . Total 265 women were surveyed for the Evaluation of average Menopausal age,ascertain the most prevailing symptoms of Menopause amonges the popularity, evaluate cultural and economic context of the Menopause,ascertain usages of Hormone Replacement Therapy among popularity, evaluate Risks of HRT among popularity.Menopausal research based on Descriptive observational studies1.

Results: survey study shows that vasomoter symptoms are more likely experienced by Indian women than other.


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