Fast Five Quiz: Do You Know the Conditions Associated With Menopause and How Best to Treat Them?

Michel E. Rivlin, MD


January 20, 2015

Menopause, by definition, is the final menstrual period. It is diagnosed after 12 months of amenorrhea and is characterized by a myriad of symptoms that include, but are not limited to, changes from regular, predictable menses; vasomotor and urogenital symptoms, such as vaginal dryness and dyspareunia; and sleep and mood dysfunction.

Do you know the best practices to help treat menopausal women? Test yourself with our quiz.


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