Menopause,sticky skin and hair loss
I just left my dermatologists office for skin and hair related issues and she told me that I am menopausal. She says she believes that my skin and hair problems may be due to menopause. Are these symptoms seen in menopause? I have very sticky skin. It started about eight months ago with just my...
Hair texture getting thicker, in menopause. Have panic disorder
i am in menopause. my hair has gotten thicker, but seems to be a bit more corse then before. its always been dry and after i had my children it thinned and stayed that way until i hit menopause 9 months ago. (im 56). Now im noticing this change. its still shiny. and i don t have the energy i had...
I am 40 yrs old with one girl child. I suffered from premature menopause at the age of 32. What are the chances for me to conceive through fertility treatment and also my husband is a heart patient and has two stents and is on medication.
Dear sir, m I am 26 yrs old male. My Frenulum get cut totaly during first intercourse Before 8 month ago. I doesnot get full , Errection also erection time is so small Sensation of glanss is not there .I also experiences Body Pain I am Very worried about it. Pls give suggation for Reattachement...
Red spots on face around hairline. Stress related or menopause related?
Hi i have had red spots on my face , redish raw at times yet dry too around my hair line , i notice only when i become real over stress about something , now it just started about a month now it gets redish raw at the hair line over my eyes brows one spot on my neck a little farther from my hair...
Menstrual irregularities (which includes delayed or frequent periods, intermenstrual bleeds, etc.), hot flahes, change in libido, sleep cycle changes, thinning of hair, night sweats, mood changes, change in breast contour, etc.
Hope this helps.
Does the risk of having a heart attack increase with a histerectomy or menopause?
Hello and welcome to HCM,
The risk of heart attack is not related to hystrectomy.
Menopause is associated with fall in levels of estrogens and progesterone.
Estrogens have a protective effect on the cardiovascular health.
After menopause this protective effect is lost and the female is at similar risk for cardiovascular diseases as their male counterparts.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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