In women with HIV, lower education and hepatitis C co-infection are independently associated with the onset of menopause before age 45 years.
For postmenopausal women, physical activity is associated with reduced risks for total fracture and hip fracture.
Longer use of estrogen hormone therapy is associated with higher cognitive status in late life.
Similar improvement seen in genitourinary syndrome of menopause symptoms, sexual function
Hysterectomy, even with ovarian conservation, is associated with an increased long-term risk for de novo depression.
Researchers sought to determine patient and visit characteristics associated with the discussion of postmenopausal vulvovaginal symptoms at well-woman examinations.
Researchers sought to assess the ability of the Fracture Risk Assessment Tool to discriminate between women who do and do not experience major osteoporotic fractures.
Frequent or persistent vasomotor symptoms during the menopause transition are associated with increased risk for later cardiovascular disease events.
Higher estradiol doses had significant benefits for cardiovascular risk factors in early postmenopausal women, but these effects were attenuated in late postmenopausal women.
The neurokinin 3 receptor antagonist fezolinetant reduces the frequency and severity of vasomotor symptoms in menopause.
The menopausal transition may be a stronger determinant of serum cardiovascular risk factors than chronologic age.