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

Michel E. Rivlin, MD


January 20, 2015

During the menopausal transition, physiologic changes in responsiveness to gonadotropins and their secretions occur, with wide variations in hormone levels. Women often experience a range of symptoms, including the following:

  • Hot flashes or flushes (most common)

  • Insomnia

  • Weight gain and bloating

  • Mood changes

  • Irregular menses

  • Mastodynia

  • Depression

  • Headache

For more on the presentation of menopause, read here.


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