Premenopause

Definition of Premenopause:
The period when women of childbearing age experience relatively normal reproductive function (including regular periods).
Also: Premenopausal

Topics Related to Premenopause

Birth Control Pill Issues
The Condition
“...Premenopausal women using oral contraceptives may have a decreased need for supplemental iron, as the use of OCs can increase iron stores...”
Enlarged Prostate
Recommendation Natural Progesterone
“...Men do NOT need to cycle like premenopausal women and can safely take the progesterone daily...”
Estrogens Low
The Condition
“...Low estrogen levels, however, can be a problem for premenopausal women also and when that is the case, natural estrogen supplementation is often well advised...”

More topics Related to Premenopause

Fibrocystic Breast Disease
The Condition
“...This group of conditions is very common in younger women, occurring in about 20% of premenopausal females...”
Hemochromatosis (Iron overload)
The Condition
“...However, the belief that premenopausal women cannot develop symptomatic or even life-threatening HHC is a misconception...”
Hypopituitarism
The Condition
“...factors are related to the cause and may include previous history of diabetes insipidus, previous history of adrenal insufficiency, previous history of a pituitary tumor, cessation of menses in a premenopausal woman, and short stature...”
Natural Progesterone
As A Treatment
“...Individuals who have had significant premenstrual symptoms while they were premenopausal are more likely to be affected...”
Osteoporosis - Osteopenia
Recommendation Soy Isoflavones
“...It seems that the best chance of receiving any benefit by this means is if you are a Japanese premenopausal woman...”
Recommendation Bone Density Scan
“...In premenopausal women, estrogen produced in the body maintains bone density...”
Perimenopausal Issues
Recommendation Book Reading
“...and in paperback, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Premenopause by John R...”
Progesterone Excess
The Condition
“...Individuals who have had significant premenstrual symptoms while they were premenopausal are more likely to be affected...”